Biography of J. A. C. Dodge
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Dodge, J. A. C., Amherst, p. o. Williamsville, is the representative of one of the oldest and most honored names in Williamsville. He was born in this village, April 2, 1871, and was educated in Buffalo, De Veaux College at Suspension Bridge, and Cook Academy at Havana, N. Y. He is a prominent Mason and member of Hiram Lodge No. 105, F. & A. M., Buffalo Chapter No. 71, R. A. M., and Lake Erie Commandery No. 20, Knights Templar. He is also an advanced Odd Fellow, charter member and past grand of the lodge at Williamsville, a member of the Mount Vernon Encampment No 8, and Canton Buffalo No. 5, P. M.; also belongs to the Odd Fellows Club at Buffalo and the Williamsville Hose Company. Mr. Dodge's parents were J. Wayne and Marie A. (Strickler) Dodge. J. Wayne Dodge was a prominent farmer and miller, and the Dodge Roller Mills, which were destroyed by fire June 15, 1894, bore his name. He died November 29, 1889, and Mrs. Dodge is still living.

Our County and its people
A descriptive work on Erie County, New York
Edited by: Truman C. White
The Boston History Company, Publishes 1898


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