USS Constitution (Old Ironsides) and HMS Guerriere
Dodges Who Fought For Their Country
War of 1812
The 2nd war of Independence

USS United States and HMS Macedonia
Songs of the War of 1812
American Uniform for the war of 1812:
Uniform Coatee, white linen shirt, black neck stock, straight bottom trousers, half gaitors, low quarter shoes, shako, cartridge box with white buff sling, white buff baldric for bayonet scabbard, haversack, knapsack, tin canteen
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John Dodge of Middle Chinnock, Somerset, England, was the father of William and Richard who came to America in 1629 and 1638, respectively. They settled in what is now, Salem, Massachusetts.
Tristram Dodge came to Block Island, Rhode Island in 1660/61. He came from England, via Newfoundland, via Taunton, Massachusetts. We believe that his ancestors were came from Northern England

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Phineas Dodge, Johnson, Lamoille County, Vermont. Volunteered to go to Plattsburgh, New York, September, 1814, and served in Capt. Thomas Waterman's Company, Dixon's Regiment.
Ref: Book 51, AGO Page 208. Source: State of Vermont ROSTER OF SOLDIERS IN THE WAR OF 1812-14, prepared and published under the direction of Herbert T. Johnson, The Adjutant General, 1933, page 136. Transcribed by Jan Jordan
The Battle of Plattsburg, New York, was fought by The Green Mountain Boys from Vermont and was a turning point in the War of 1812.
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Pickering Dodge, 1st Regiment (White, Jr.'s) Massachusetts Militia; Rank Induction: Private; Rank Discharge: Private;
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Porter Dodge, 4th Regiment (Comings') Massachusetts Militia; Rank Induction: Private; Rank Discharge: Private;