Thank you for taking the time to respond to my question. The Dodge family is taking some time to sort out!
Tristrum Dodge, born about 1607 in England, and his wife Ann Mansfield had a son named William born about 1650. William married Sarah George about 1679. They had 6 children; the 3 sons were
1-William born about 1680
2-Samuel born about 1691
3-Jeremiah born about 1699
Samuel, born about 1691, had 3 sons - Wilkie, Jeremiah (b. 1716, d. 1800) and Samuel. Jeremiah, born 1716 and died in New York City in 1800, was the Baptist mentioned in the information you pointed out.
Jeremiah (born about 1699) married Elizabeth Sutton about 1734. Their children were Phebe who married Samuel Underhill; a daughter--name unknown--who married a SANDS and had a son named Stephen; Mary who married a Davenport; Jeremiah who moved to Pawlings and died in 1785; William; Robert. I think this Robert is the one listed in the Quaker marriage records; since he would have been about 40 years old, it was probably his second marriage. I know I've seen two Quaker marriage listings for Robert Dodge. Otherwise, the Quaker Robert Dodge could be the son of Jeremiah who died in 1785 (his son Robert is named in his 1785 will).
The fact that the Quaker Robert Dodge lived in North Castle is interesting. William Underhill, brother of Samuel who married Phebe Dodge, recruited a lot of North Castle young men for the Queen's Rangers (soure: the book "North Castle in the American Revolution"). William Underhill recruited 162 men altogether.
I am currently trying to learn more about North Castle because I'm wondering if Stephen Sands was living there when he enlisted in 1776. Peter Wood, of North Castle, is on all the Queen's Ranger muster rolls that Stephen is on. A couple other North Castle men were also in Robert McCrea's company of Queen's Rangers. (Please excuse my repition if I've told you this all before; I forget!)
Thanks again for your help.
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