Hi Elizabeth, I believe, but can't be 100% certain, that the "Dolly" you are referring to is actually Dorothy nee WEEKS which was Acherson's 1st wife. I have her birth year at around c1814, so your birth year of 1811 fit very well. Acherson and Dorothy (Dolly) also had a daughter of the same name Dorothy "Dolly" MOODY b.c1834, they had other children, Nathaniel, Alvah, Maria and Mary Ann MOODY. This is that line of MOODY's that has haunted me for years as I still feel they ~MIGHT~ possibly be a contender for my own branch of the MOODY's in that they don't seem to properly fit into the old Clement 1 MOODY line with absolute concrete documentation. Not to mention, one of Acherson's sons Levi I believe it was, links directly to the Ydna MOODY line in Nova Scotia that I share exact Ydna to. I found that to be quite astounding. I posted a great deal of info on this board about the Acherson (Atcherson) MOODY branch a few years back, but could never find anything solid linking my James MOODY to it, but I did find that link to my Ydna cousins line in Nova Scotia which for my case could be the Next Best Thing! Due to the odd names (I don't mean that literally, only in the sense that this branch of Clement Moody and his wife Mary "Polly" nee COOLEY) don't seem to match up to those of the Clement Moody of the 1600's in Exeter, NH. Plus the name of Clement pops up in my own family tree and the use of the middle initial "C." was used quite frequently although I don't know what it stood for as none of the documentation I have on my immediate family reveals it, but I suppose it ~Could~ have stood for "Clement". This is why I also wish that the Edward MOODY line of Corinna, Penobscot Co., ME would have someone who directly descends from it (male born MOODY of that line) would be Ydna tested to see if there is a match to anyone in our growing Ydna Moody Surname Project Group. Oh well...thank you very much for this info. OH and by the way, Acherson MOODY married 2nd after his 1st wife Dorothy Dolly WEEKS (divorced??) to probably her sister or a relative no doubt Lavina WEEKS, on Dec. 24, 1847 so you can see by this date that Dorothy was not deceased yet when Acherson married Lavina.Lavina was the daugh. of John Lang WEEKS and Judith PLUMMER (I think). These folks were all in Carroll Co., NH (Tamworth area) at one time or another. Hope this is somewhat correct and that its helpful to you. Take care.