Daguerreotype of Christopher Haywood Dudley and sisters and wife/mother?
Christopher Haywood Dudley (1817-1862) was the son of Governor Edward B. Dudley. He was a planter and a Wilmington Town Commissioner between 1847-1855. His home is at 323 South Front Street. He died in the Yellow Fever Epidemic of 1862, and was reported in the paper to be buried in Oakdale Cemetery, but he is not listed in the cemetery records and has no tombstone.
Eliza Ann Dudley Parnell (1822-1890) was the oldest daughter of Governor Dudley. She married Thomas Parnell in 1842, and is buried in Oakdale Cemetery.
Jane Dudley Johnston was married to Richard Johnston in 1845.
Margaret Dudley McIlhenny (1828- ) was married to Thomas C. McIlhenny, and is also buried at Oakdale Cemetery.
Dudley, Christopher Haywood, 1817-1862; Parnell, Eliza Ann Dudley, 1822-1890; McIlhenny, Margaret Dudley, 1828-1881
Mary Khrone Dudley Roberts Papers, 1915-1958, Sp. Coll. #1220
Donated to the New Hanover County Public Library by William W. Roberts in 2004
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