Charles Crocker ‎(9)‎ Dodge  ‎(I827)‎
Given Names: Charles Crocker ‎(9)‎
Surname: Dodge

Gender: MaleMale
      

Birth: 13 July 1857 26 18 Peabody, Essex, Massachusetts, USA
Death: Yes
Personal Facts and Details
Birth 13 July 1857 26 18 Peabody, Essex, Massachusetts, USA

DeathYes
Reference Number Charles 9
Globally unique Identifier B2C6D5BA66BF48C0A1D253822F24F3955744
Last Change 20 April 2001 - 17:59
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Parents Family  (F457)
Charles Henry ‎(8)‎ Dodge
1831 -
Mary James Crocker
1838 -
Charles Crocker ‎(9)‎ Dodge
1857 -
Arthur Taylor ‎(9)‎ Dodge
1858 -
Ella Florence ‎(9)‎ Dodge
1863 -


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Charles graduated form Boston University in 1878. He studied two years in Liepsic and Berlin, Germany, devoting himself to classical philosophy. He then became principal of the High School at Hopkinton, MA and a sub-Master at Salem Classical. In 1880 he was appointed to a committee by the town of Peabody to consider the subject of the town owning and building an electric light plant.
In the legislature of 1891, after a long struggle, the municipal lighting act was passed and the committee proceeded with the work, completing it in Mar 1893, at a cost of $48,000. ‎(Dodge Genealogy, Vol.1, Pg. #362)‎.


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Family with Parents
Father
Charles Henry ‎(8)‎ Dodge ‎(I790)‎
Birth 19 February 1831 31 32 Danvers, Essex, Massachusetts, USA
Death Yes
7 years
Mother
 
Mary James Crocker ‎(I826)‎
Birth 18 July 1838
Death Yes

Marriage: 4 December 1856 -- , , Massachusetts, USA
7 months
#1
Charles Crocker ‎(9)‎ Dodge ‎(I827)‎
Birth 13 July 1857 26 18 Peabody, Essex, Massachusetts, USA
Death Yes
17 months
#2
Brother
Arthur Taylor ‎(9)‎ Dodge ‎(I828)‎
Birth 25 December 1858 27 20 Peabody, Essex, Massachusetts, USA
Death Yes
5 years
#3
Sister
Ella Florence ‎(9)‎ Dodge ‎(I829)‎
Birth 30 June 1863 32 24 Peabody, Essex, Massachusetts, USA
Death Yes