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   William Earl Dodge successor in the Phelps Dodge dynasty  

William Earl Dodge (1805-1883) was the first of the future Phelps Dodge partners to marry a Phelps daughter. She was Melissa Phelps (1809-1903), the second daughter of Anson Greene Phelps and Olivia Egleston. He was the second son of David Low Dodge and Sarah Cleveland, a couple of churchgoers who were closely acquainted to the Phelpses, ever since their days in Hartford

 

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