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JOHN DANDO & SUSANNA ?


Image The monument commemorating John and Susanna Dando<br>hangs on the wall to the left of the pulpit inside the current Dursley Tabernacle
The monument commemorating John and Susanna Dando
hangs on the wall to the left of the pulpit inside the current Dursley Tabernacle

Husband: JOHN DANDO 1
 6 x Great-grandfather
Born: ABT 1715 2
Married: 
Died: 10 OCT 1775 3
Father: 
Mother: 
Spouses: 
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Wife: SUSANNA ? 13
 6 x Great-grandmother
Born: ABT 1721 14
Died: 13 FEB 1791 15 16
Buried:
 15 FEB 1791
 in Dursley Tabernacle, Dursley, Gloucestershire 17
Father: 
Mother: 
Spouses: 
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Children
01> (M): JOHN DANDO - [+BIOGRAPHY+] 20 21 22 23 24
 5 x Great-grandfather
Born:
 ABT 1743
 in Dursley, Gloucestershire 25 26
Died:
 23 NOV 1809
 in Bristol 27 28 29
Spouses: ANN BROTHERS; Esther ?
02  (M): Stephen DANDO 30
Born: 
Died: 4 MAY 1759 31
Buried:
 1759
 in St James The Great Churchyard, Dursley, Gloucestershire 32
Spouses: 
03  (F): Elizabeth DANDO 33 34
Born:
 ABT 1746
 in Dursley, Gloucestershire 35
Died: 
Spouses: Solomon BARNES
04  (F): Sarah DANDO 36
Born:
 ABT 1748
 in Dursley, Gloucestershire 37
Baptized:
 3 OCT 1748
 in St James the Great Church, Dursley, Gloucestershire 38
Died: 
Spouses: 
05  (F): Ann DANDO 39 40
Born:
 ABT 1750
 in Dursley, Gloucestershire 41
Died: 
Spouses: Thomas GETHEN
06  (F): Mary DANDO - [+BIOGRAPHY+] 42 43 44 45
Born:
 30 DEC 1752
 in Dursley, Gloucester 46 47 48 49
Baptized:
 8 JAN 1753
 in St James The Great Church, Dursley, Gloucestershire 54
Died:
 18 APR 1825
 in New York, USA 50 51 52
Spouses: 
07  (F): Susannah DANDO 80
Born:
 ABT 1754
 in Dursley, Gloucester 81 82
Died: 
Spouses: John HARDING
08  (F): Martha DANDO 83 84
Born:
 ABT 1757
 in Dursley, Gloucestershire 85 86
Died:
 12 MAR 1759
 in Dursley, Gloucestershire 87 88
Buried:
 1759
 in St James The Great Churchyard, Dursley, Gloucestershire 89
Spouses: 
09  (M): Stephen DANDO - [+BIOGRAPHY+] 90 91
Born:
 18 MAR 1760
 in Dursley, Gloucestershire 92 93
Died: 30 OCT 1834 94
Spouses: Elizabeth JONES

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John Dando, abt. 1715 - 1775John Dando's biography is ready for immediate download in the E-Shop.
My Ancestor's Religious LegacyMy Ancestor's Religious Legacy - an article about John Dando, exploring his Non-Conformist connections, is also available in the E-Shop.

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Additional Information

JOHN DANDO:
Personal Information: Offered hospitality to George Whitefield, one of the famous pioneers of Methodism, and others when they were visiting the area. 4 5 6
Personal Information: Established the first Tabernacle at Dursley, being instrumental in moving a group of Calvinistic Methodists from Stancombe to Dursley. 7 8
Occupation: Hat Maker in Dursley 9 10
Correspondence: 17 NOV 1771, Letter written by John Dando to the Countess of Huntingdon, partly about the price of hats but also discussing a preacher she had sent to Dursley. 11
Correspondence: 19 NOV 1771, Letter written by Rev. Rowland Hill to the Countess of Huntingdon in which he recommends to her a hatter, presumably John Dando. 12

SUSANNA ?:
Alternative Name: SUSANA DANDO 18
Personal Information: AFT 1775, Susanna, with the help of her youngest son, Stephen, continued the hat making business and to offer hospitality to various Christian ministers after the death of her husband. 19

(06) Mary DANDO:
Alternative Name: Mary DANDOE 53
Residence: New York, United States of America 55 56 57 58
Residence: 1783, Village of Brooklyn, Long Island, USA 59
Residence: 1794, 166 William Street, New York, USA 60
Residence: 1798, 3 Maiden lane, New York, USA 61
Occupation: 1794, China store keeper 62
Occupation: Housekeeper in her nephew, Stephen Dando's, home 63 64 65
Occupation: Took care in raising orphan children 66 67 68
Religion: Originally a member of the Calvinistic Methodists 69
Religion: Attended the ministry of the Methodists in John Street, New York 70 71 72 73 74
Emigration: 1783, to the Unites States of America 75 76 77
Physical Appearance: 'Extremely corpulent' (ie. fat) 78
Health: BET 1811 AND 1825, Suffered with asthma and rheumatism and could hardly walk without help. 79

FAMILY NOTES:
There is a monument commemorating John and Susanna Dando on the wall to the left of the pulpit inside Dursley Tabernacle. (See John Dando's biography in the E-Shop for a full transcript of the memorial inscription.)


Footnotes

  1. Memorial Inscription, Monument commemorating John and Susanna Dando inside Dursley Tabernacle, Dursley, Gloucestershire.
    (See John Dando's biography in the E-Shop for the full inscription).
    IN MEMORY of John Dando Hattmaker...
  2. Ibid., Monument commemorating John and Susanna Dando inside Dursley Tabernacle, Dursley, Gloucestershire.
    (See John Dando's biography in the E-Shop for the full inscription).
    ...Resigned his Spirit into the Hands of his Redeemer Oct.br y 10th. 1775 Aged 60 Years...
  3. Ibid., Monument commemorating John and Susanna Dando inside Dursley Tabernacle, Dursley, Gloucestershire.
    (See John Dando's biography in the E-Shop for the full inscription).
  4. Newspaper/Magazine cutting - unknown source.
    (See Mary Dando's biography page for a full transcript of the article).
    MRS DANDO, [referring to daughter, Mary, Mrs. being an honorific title] was born in Dursley, Gloucestershire, in 1752. Her father's house was the home of MR. WHITEFIELD, when he visited that part of the country in his ministerial work...
  5. Evangelical Magazine - Obituary, May 1835 - Obituary of John's son, Stephen.
    ...Their house was ever open to the ministers of Christ ; and might with propriety be called the preacher's home. Amongst others whom they had the pleasure to entertain, we have to mention the names of the Rev. George Whitfield, the Rev. Cornelius Winter, the Rev. Messrs. Pentycross, Glasscott, Grove, Adams, Joss, Wilks, Rowland Hill, and Sir Richard Hill, whose praise is in all the churches...
  6. The Methodist Review, Volume 8, Pages 327-328. Published in 1825.
    (See Mary Dando's biography page for a full transcript).
    ...Her parents [of Mary Dando], from whom she received a pious education, were members of the society of Whitfieldian Methodists. Her father's house was a home for the ministers of that denomination...
  7. Evangelical Magazine - Obituary, April 1810 - Obituary of John's son, John Dando, the younger.
    (See John Dando, the younger's, biography for a full transcript of the obituary).
    MR. JOHN DANDO was the eldest son of the late Mr. John Dando, of Dursley, in Gloucestershire, who was the principal instrument in introducing the gospel into that town...
  8. Ibid., May 1835 - Obituary of John's son, Stephen.
    ...His parents were eminent for piety ; they had the honour and the happiness of introducing the Gospel into Dursley ; and, under God, of establishing an interest which has been continued to the present day....
  9. Memorial Inscription, Monument commemorating John and Susanna Dando inside Dursley Tabernacle, Dursley, Gloucestershire.
    (See John Dando's biography in the E-Shop for the full inscription).
    IN MEMORY of John Dando Hattmaker of this Town...
  10. Letter, Written by John Dando to the Countess of Huntingdon - 17th Nov 1771. The Countess of Huntingdon's Archives, The Cheshunt Foundation, Westminster College, Madingley Road, Cambridge, CB3 0AA. F1 Serie.
    (See John Dando's biography in the E-Shop for a full transcript of the letter).
    ...I have sent you the prises of Hatts both Retaile and wholesale...
  11. Ibid., Written by John Dando to the Countess of Huntingdon - 17th Nov 1771. The Countess of Huntingdon's Archives, The Cheshunt Foundation, Westminster College, Madingley Road, Cambridge, CB3 0AA. F1 Serie.
    (See John Dando's biography in the E-Shop for a full transcript of the letter).
  12. Ibid., Written by Rev'd Rowland Hill to the Countess of Huntingdon - 19 Nov 1771. The Countess of Huntingdon's Archives, The Cheshunt Foundation, Westminster College, Madingley Road, Cambridge, CB3 0AA. F/12.
    (See John Dando's biography in the E-Shop for a full transcript of the letter).
  13. Memorial Inscription, Monument commemorating John and Susanna Dando inside Dursley Tabernacle, Dursley, Gloucestershire.
    (See John Dando's biography in the E-Shop for the full inscription).
    ...Susanna his Relict...
    [John Dando's name and memorial inscription appear above that of Susanna's].
  14. Ibid., Monument commemorating John and Susanna Dando inside Dursley Tabernacle, Dursley, Gloucestershire.
    (See John Dando's biography in the E-Shop for the full inscription).
    ...Susanna...resigned up her Soul...Feby. 13th 1791...AEt. 70.
  15. Ibid., Monument commemorating John and Susanna Dando inside Dursley Tabernacle, Dursley, Gloucestershire.
    (See John Dando's biography in the E-Shop for the full inscription).
  16. National Burial Index, Burial.
    Date: 15 Feb 1791.
  17. Ibid., Burial.
    Date: 15 Feb 1791
    Name: Susana DANDO
    County: Gloucestershire
    Place: Dursley
    Details: Tabernacle (Independent).
  18. Ibid., Burial.
    Name: Susana DANDO.
  19. Evangelical Magazine - Obituary, May 1835 - Obituary of Susanna's son, Stephen.
    ...He [Susanna's son, Stephen] became at once as a husband, as well as a son, to his bereaved mother ; he assisted her in carrying on the business, and they kept the house open still for the accommodation of the servants of Jesus Christ...
  20. Index to the Avon Marriage Registers Volume 9 (Bristol Diocese Parishes 1754 - 1812) - Transcribed by Bristol & Avon Family History Society, Marriage to Esther Shipway.
    Groom: John Dando.
  21. Memorial Inscription, Grave and plaque located in the cemetery at Rodborough Tabernacle, Gloucestershire.
    (See the Family Notes above for the full inscription).
    IN MEMORY OF JOHN DANDO who departed this life the 23rd day of November 1809 in the 66th year of his age....
  22. Evangelical Magazine - Obituary, April 1810.
    (See John Dando's biography page for a full transcript of the obituary).
    MR. JOHN DANDO was the eldest son of the late Mr. John Dando, of Dursley, in Gloucestershire...
  23. FamilySearch International Genealogical Index (R), Marriage to Ann Brothers.
    Name: John Dando.
  24. National Archives, Catalogue RG4/1829 - Non-conformist Registers. Broad Mead Baptist Church (Bristol, Gloucestershire).
    1809 Novr 30th John Dando Interr'd in Mr. Shipway's Grave 10s 6d.
  25. Memorial Inscription, Grave and plaque located in the cemetery at Rodborough Tabernacle, Gloucestershire.
    (See the Family Notes above for the full inscription).
    IN MEMORY OF JOHN DANDO who departed this life the 23rd day of November 1809 in the 66th year of his age....
  26. Evangelical Magazine - Obituary, April 1810.
    (See John Dando's biography page for a full transcript of the obituary).
    MR. JOHN DANDO was the eldest son of the late Mr. John Dando, of Dursley, in Gloucestershire...After a short illness, his happy spirit was released from the earthly tabernacle, on the 23rd of November 1809, in the 67th year of his age...
  27. Memorial Inscription, Grave and plaque located in the cemetery at Rodborough Tabernacle, Gloucestershire.
    (See the Family Notes above for the full inscription).
    IN MEMORY OF JOHN DANDO who departed this life the 23rd day of November 1809 in the 66th year of his age....
  28. Evangelical Magazine - Obituary, April 1810.
    (See John Dando's biography page for a full transcript of the obituary).
    ...After a short illness, his happy spirit was released from the earthly tabernacle, on the 23rd of November 1809, in the 67th year of his age...
  29. Prerogative Court of Canterbury Wills (1384 - 1858), John Dando's will dated 13th October 1809. Proved on 10th February 1810.
    (See John Dando's biography page for a full transcript of the will).
    ...This is the last Will and Testament of Mr John Dando of the City of Bristol hatmaker...
  30. Historical Monumental & Genealogical Collections by Ralph Bigland, St James the Great Church, Dursley.
    Stephen, Son of the said John and Susanna
    [This entry appears directly below Stephen's sister, Martha, hence we know it is John & Susanna Dando's son].
  31. Ibid., St James the Great Church, Dursley.
    Died: 4 May, 1759.
  32. Ibid., St James the Great Church, Dursley.
    Stephen, Son of the said John and Susanna
    Died: 4 May, 1759
    Aged: -
    [This entry appears directly below Stephen's sister, Martha, hence we know it is John & Susanna Dando's son].
  33. FamilySearch International Genealogical Index (R), Baptisms.
    Name: ELIZABETH DANDO.
  34. Ibid., Marriages.
    Wife: ELIZABETH DANDO.
  35. Ibid., Baptisms.
    Christening: 18 AUG 1746 Dursley, Gloucester, England.
  36. Ibid., Baptisms.
    Name: SARAH DANDO.
  37. Ibid., Baptisms.
    Christening: 03 OCT 1748 Dursley, Gloucester.
  38. Ibid., Baptisms.
    Name: SARAH DANDO
    Christening: 03 OCT 1748 Dursley, Gloucester, England
    Father: JOHN DANDO
    Mother: SUSANA.
  39. Ibid., Baptisms.
    Name: ANN DANDO.
  40. Ibid., Marriages.
    Bride: ANN DANDO.
  41. Ibid., Baptisms.
    Christening: 26 NOV 1750 Dursley, Gloucester, England.
  42. Lost Chapters Recovered from the Early History of American Methodism by J B Wakeley, Pages 566-567. Published in 1858.
    (See Mary Dando's biography page for a full transcript of the article).
    MARY DANDO.
  43. The Methodists and Revolutionary America, 1760-1800: The Shaping of an Evangelical Culture by Dee Andrews, Page 117. Published in 2000.
    (See Mary Dando's biography page for a full transcript of the article).
    Mary Dando.
  44. A history of the rise of Methodism in America: Containing sketches of Methodist itinerant preachers from 1736 to 1785 by John Lednum, Page 425. Published in 1859.
    (See Mary Dando's biography page for a full transcript of the article).
    Mary Dando.
  45. The Methodist Review, Volume 8, Pages 327-328. Published in 1825.
    (See Mary Dando's biography page for a full transcript).
    MEMOIR OF MRS. MARY DANDO...Though never married, she charged herself with the care of orphan children...
  46. Lost Chapters Recovered from the Early History of American Methodism by J B Wakeley, Pages 566-567. Published in 1858.
    (See Mary Dando's biography page for a full transcript of the article).
    ...She was born in England in 1752...
  47. A history of the rise of Methodism in America: Containing sketches of Methodist itinerant preachers from 1736 to 1785 by John Lednum, Page 425. Published in 1859.
    (See Mary Dando's biography page for a full transcript of the article).
    Mary Dando was born in England, in 1752...
  48. Newspaper/Magazine cutting - unknown source.
    (See Mary Dando's biography page for a full transcript of the article).
    ...MRS [an honorific title] DANDO, was born in Dursley, Gloucestershire, in 1752...
  49. The Methodist Review, Volume 8, Pages 327-328. Published in 1825.
    (See Mary Dando's biography page for a full transcript).
    ...She was born December 30, 1752, in Dursly, county of Gloucester, England...
  50. Lost Chapters Recovered from the Early History of American Methodism by J B Wakeley, Pages 566-567. Published in 1858.
    (See Mary Dando's biography page for a full transcript of the article).
    ...She died in great triumph, April 18, 1825, aged seventy-three years.
  51. A history of the rise of Methodism in America: Containing sketches of Methodist itinerant preachers from 1736 to 1785 by John Lednum, Page 425. Published in 1859.
    (See Mary Dando's biography page for a full transcript of the article).
    ...At the age of seventy-three years, she went to receive her reward from her Lord, in 1825...
  52. The Methodist Review, Volume 8, Pages 327-328. Published in 1825.
    (See Mary Dando's biography page for a full transcript).
    DIED, April 18, 1825, MRS. MARY DANDO...
  53. FamilySearch International Genealogical Index (R), Baptisms.
    Name: MARY DANDOE.
  54. Ibid., Baptisms.
    Name: MARY DANDOE
    Christening: 08 JAN 1753 Dursley, Gloucester, England
    Father: JNO DANDOE
    Mother: SUSANNA.
  55. Lost Chapters Recovered from the Early History of American Methodism by J B Wakeley, Pages 566-567. Published in 1858.
    (See Mary Dando's biography page for a full transcript of the article).
    MARY DANDO was an old member of John-street...
  56. Newspaper/Magazine cutting - unknown source.
    (See Mary Dando's biography page for a full transcript of the article).
    ...In 1783, she removed to New York...
  57. The Methodists and Revolutionary America, 1760-1800: The Shaping of an Evangelical Culture by Dee Andrews, Page 117. Published in 2000.
    (See Mary Dando's biography page for a full transcript of the article).
    New York Methodist, Mary Dando, an English immigrant...
  58. The Methodist Review, Volume 8, Pages 327-328. Published in 1825.
    (See Mary Dando's biography page for a full transcript.)
    ...After her removal to this city, New-York, she attended the numerous means of grace as enjoyed among the Methodists...
  59. Ibid., Pages 327-328. Published in 1825.
    (See Mary Dando's biography page for a full transcript.)
    ...In 1783 she emigrated to this country, and settled, in company with some of her relations with whom she came over, in the village of Brooklyn, Long-Island...After her removal to this city, New-York, she attended the numerous means of grace as enjoyed among the Methodists...
  60. The Old Merchants of New York City - Vol 5 by Walter Barrett, clerk - published in 1885, Page 205.
    (See Mary Dando's biography page for a full transcript).
    ...When he [Mr Norsworthy, a New York Merchant] arrived here [in 1794] he found Mary Dando...living at 166 William street...
  61. Ibid., Page 205.
    (See Mary Dando's biography page for a full transcript).
    ... In 1798, Stephen Dando started a hat store at 3 Maiden lane, where his mother resided [should actually be aunt rather than mother]...
  62. Ibid., Page 205.
    (See Mary Dando's biography page for a full transcript).
    ...When he [Mr Norsworthy, a New York Merchant] arrived here [in 1794] he found Mary Dando...living at 166 William street where she kept a china store...
  63. Lost Chapters Recovered from the Early History of American Methodism by J B Wakeley, Pages 566-567. Published in 1858.
    (See Mary Dando's biography page for a full transcript of the article).
    ...while she took the oversight of the household of her nephew, Stephen Dando...
  64. The Methodists and Revolutionary America, 1760-1800: The Shaping of an Evangelical Culture by Dee Andrews, Page 117. Published in 2000.
    (See Mary Dando's biography page for a full transcript of the article).
    ...despite being unmarried adopted the honorific title "Mrs" and earned her keep by managing her nephew's household...
  65. The Methodist Review, Volume 8, Pages 327-328. Published in 1825.
    (See Mary Dando's biography page for a full transcript).
    ...while she took the oversight of the household of her nephew, Mr. Stephen Dando. In this department of her duty, she economized to the best advantage; but her piety was conspicuous on all occasions...
  66. Lost Chapters Recovered from the Early History of American Methodism by J B Wakeley, Pages 566-567. Published in 1858.
    (See Mary Dando's biography page for a full transcript of the article).
    ...Though never married, she voluntarily assumed the care of a number of orphan children, performing for them the duties of a mother as well as she could...Those children who were intrusted to her care she endeavored to train up in the fear of the Lord, as well as to prepare them to become useful and industrious housekeepers...
  67. A history of the rise of Methodism in America: Containing sketches of Methodist itinerant preachers from 1736 to 1785 by John Lednum, Page 425. Published in 1859.
    (See Mary Dando's biography page for a full transcript of the article).
    Mary Dando...never married, but made herself useful by taking care of orphan children, and raising them to piety and usefulness...
  68. The Methodist Review, Volume 8, Pages 327-328. Published in 1825.
    (See Mary Dando's biography page for a full transcript).
    ...she charged herself with the care of orphan children, whom she took under her care, performed the duties of a mother as far as she could...Those children which were entrusted to her care, she endeavoured to train up in the fear of the Lord, as well as to prepare them to become useful and industrious housekeepers...
  69. Ibid., Pages 327-328. Published in 1825.
    (See Mary Dando's biography page for a full transcript).
    ...Her parents, from whom she received a pious education, were members of the society of Whitfieldian Methodists. Her father's house was a home for the ministers of that denomination, and from their pious conversation she was much benefited. At the age of sixteen she joined that society and gave evidence of a true conversion to God...In 1783 she emigrated to this country...and connected herself with a Calvinistic church in that place...
  70. Lost Chapters Recovered from the Early History of American Methodism by J B Wakeley, Pages 566-567. Published in 1858.
    (See Mary Dando's biography page for a full transcript of the article).
    MARY DANDO was an old member of John-street...She...came to this country in 1783, and joined the Methodists in 1786. She delighted to attend the means of grace, and especially the preaching at 5 o'clock in the morning. At an early hour she could be seen wending her way to old John-street preaching-house to hear the word...
  71. A history of the rise of Methodism in America: Containing sketches of Methodist itinerant preachers from 1736 to 1785 by John Lednum, Page 425. Published in 1859.
    (See Mary Dando's biography page for a full transcript of the article).
    Mary Dando...came to this country in 1783, and joined the Methodists in 1786... In the days of five o'clock morning preaching, she quitted her bed to attend at Wesley Chapel to early morning means of grace...
  72. Newspaper/Magazine cutting - unknown source.
    (See Mary Dando's biography page for a full transcript of the article).
    ...In 1783, she removed to New York, where she attended the ministry of the Methodists, and most cordially embraced the doctrines which they taught. She sought and obtained the salvation of GOD, and lived and died a witness of that perfect love which casteth out fear. For more than forty years she was an intelligent, zealous, and consistent Member of our Society...
  73. The Methodists and Revolutionary America, 1760-1800: The Shaping of an Evangelical Culture by Dee Andrews, Page 117. Published in 2000.
    (See Mary Dando's biography page for a full transcript of the article).
    New York Methodist, Mary Dando...
  74. The Methodist Review, Volume 8, Pages 327-328. Published in 1825.
    (See Mary Dando's biography page for a full transcript).
    ...she heard Methodist preaching, was convinced of the truth of their doctrine, and in 1786 she joined their society...
  75. A history of the rise of Methodism in America: Containing sketches of Methodist itinerant preachers from 1736 to 1785 by John Lednum, Page 425. Published in 1859.
    (See Mary Dando's biography page for a full transcript of the article).
    Mary Dando was born in England, in 1752, came to this country in 1783...
  76. Newspaper/Magazine cutting - unknown source.
    (See Mary Dando's biography page for a full transcript of the article).
    ...In 1783, she removed to New York...
  77. The Methodist Review, Volume 8, Pages 327-328. Published in 1825.
    (See Mary Dando's biography page for a full transcript.)
    ...In 1783 she emigrated to this country...
  78. Ibid., Pages 327-328. Published in 1825.
    (See Mary Dando's biography page for a full transcript).
    ...She was extremely corpulent...
  79. Ibid., Pages 327-328. Published in 1825.
    (See Mary Dando's biography page for a full transcript).
    ...For about fourteen years before her death, she was deprived of the use of the public means of grace, by bodily afflictions. She was extremely corpulent, and much afflicted with the asthma and rheumatism, so much so, that she was scarcely able to walk without help...
  80. FamilySearch International Genealogical Index (R), Marriages.
    Bride: SUSANNAH DANDO.
  81. Ibid., Baptism in Anglican Church in Dursley.
    Christening: 19 AUG 1754 Dursley, Gloucester, England.
  82. Ibid., Baptism in Non-Conformist Tabernacle in Dursley.
    Christening: 05 AUG 1754 Indepenent-Nc, Dursley, Gloucester, England.
  83. FamilySearch International Genealogical Index (R) - Member Submitted, Birth & Death Record.
    Birth: About 1751 Of, Dursley, Gloucester, England
    Death: 12 MAR 1759
    Father: John Dando
    Mother: Susanna Hughes [caution: the source divulging Susanna's surname is unknown as this entry in the IGI is a member submitted entry].
  84. Historical Monumental & Genealogical Collections by Ralph Bigland, St James the Great Church, Dursley.
    Martha, Daughter of John and Susanna Dando.
  85. FamilySearch International Genealogical Index (R) - Member Submitted, Birth & Death Record.
    Birth: About 1751 Of, Dursley, Gloucester, England
    [caution: this entry in the IGI is a member submitted entry. The book by Bigland infers Martha's date of birth was about 1757].
  86. Historical Monumental & Genealogical Collections by Ralph Bigland, St James the Great Church, Dursley.
    Died: 12 Mar. 1759
    Aged: 2.
  87. FamilySearch International Genealogical Index (R) - Member Submitted, Birth & Death Record.
    Death: 12 MAR 1759.
  88. Historical Monumental & Genealogical Collections by Ralph Bigland, St James the Great Church, Dursley.
    Died: 12 Mar. 1759.
  89. Ibid., St James the Great Church, Dursley.
    Martha, Daughter of John and Susanna Dando
    Died: 12 Mar. 1759
    Aged: 2.
  90. FamilySearch International Genealogical Index (R), Baptisms.
    Name: STEPHEN DANDO.
  91. FamilySearch International Genealogical Index (R) - Member Submitted, Marriages.
    Husband: Stephen Dando.
  92. FamilySearch International Genealogical Index (R), Baptisms.
    Birth: 18 MAR 1760.
  93. Evangelical Magazine - Obituary, May 1834.
    (See Stephen Dando's biography page for a full transcript of the obituary).
    ...THE subject of this memoir was born at Dursley in the county of Gloucester, on the 18th March, 1760...
  94. Ibid., May 1835.
    (See Stephen Dando's biography page for a full transcript of the obituary).
    ...he calmly waited for his dismission from earth, and died in the Lord on Thursday morning, 30th October, 1834, in the seventy-fifth year of his age..


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