Hispanic Dodge Ancestry 
Family history  of Henry Lafayette Dodge and Juana de la Trinidad Sandoval

 If interested in further information on the Hispanic Dodge Family you may contact us at Dodgegto@mchsi.com or call us at 602-400-9799. This site will be updated with information and photos so please check back often.

                                                                                  

  If you are a Hispanic Dodge I would like you to meet your ancestor, Roman Antonio Dodge, the first Hispanic Dodge in the family line. 


     Roman’s baptismal record tells us that he was about 33 days old when he was baptized on July 25, 1853.


    This puts his birthday about June 23, 1853.


 

 Read more about Roman Antonio Dodge on the Biographical Sketches page.

 

Major family names that intertwine with this family include: 

Aragon  Arguello  Baca  Castro  Dodge  Flores  Gonzales  Lopez  Madrid  Marroquin  Martinez   Mirabal  Moya  Nieto 

Ortiz   Otero   Padilla    Rodriquez  Sandoval  Silva

 

 

     The Hispanic Dodge Ancestry site is dedicated to researching and reporting on the history, ancestors and descendants of Henry Lafayette Dodge and Juana Sandoval. Theirs is a true story of mystery, intrigue, love, adultery, survival, and death. 

      While the early 1850s and the settlement of the American West is the national setting, the local setting is the New Mexico Territory with a variety of Native Americans, deeply rooted Spanish Mexicans, and a new “white” government that are all fighting over land, water, religion and the very right to survive.
 

     This site is owned by Brenda Dodge, wife of R. Henry Dodge, the great great grandson of Henry Lafayette Dodge and Juana Sandoval. Over a year ago we embarked on a research journey trying to solve the mystery of  how a Hispanic family in New Mexico got the English name of Dodge.

    Through much hard work, a few discussions with the elders of the family, many miles of travel to various research locations, a subscription to Ancestry.com, and the science of DNA, we found the truth. The information on this site is just a fraction of the information that has been uncovered.
  

Links:

The following links are provided because they were essential in gathering research. 

Dodge Family Association
                                                                           
http://www.dodgefamily.org
This is the home page of the Dodge Family Association with membership worldwide.

Hispanic Genealogical
Research Center
                            
http://www.hgrc-nm.org

Iowa County Historical Society,
Dodgeville, WI
                http://www.iowacountyhistoricalsociety.org

Family Tree DNA                                                                   
http://www.familytreedna.com
  


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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