Is anyone related to Frederick Dudgeon married to Mary Clark, both immigrated to U.S.A. In 1854 and 1858?

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Can you say about what year Frederick or Mary were born and in what country, city and or county?

Do you have an idea of where they lived in the USA after arrival? Is there a marriage year and location that you can share?

Thank you.
by Frank Gill G2G Astronaut (2.1m points)
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I am a 5th generation descendant Of Frederic and Mary. Most all of their lineage ended up in Kansas and then California. If you want more info, I will be glad to reply.  My mother was born Dudgeon. My name is Rod Fairlee in California. Hope to hear from you. I came across your query, which is my same question. I  have been surfing for it and there you were.. I responded to Frank Gill, also. Thanks
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Frederic ( no k) Dudgeon and Mary Clark came from Ireland. They lived then in Brooklyn, NY. Even though the date of birth of their first child, Frederic C. Dudgeon is listed as March 12, 1855, is probably correct, it conflicts with the 1854  and 1858 arrival dates. There may have been a sister, but I cannot find her. I believe ( know) that Frederic Dudgeon died early in their marriage. Mary then married Samuel Bromagen and went Illinois where Frederic C.  attended college. From there the Bromagens moved to Kansas. Frederic C. died 1898 He was the father of  my grandfather, Byron Dudgeon. Mary died Clay County, Nebraska, June, 1903. I think they had a daughter, Rachel. Samuel died about 10 years later, and buried veterans cemetery, Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas. I have found no immigration, naturalization, marriage,death or obituaries for Frederic or Mary. If this leads you to our (your) original question, please contact. I do not know how this gets answered and transmitted through this site

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