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a. Note:   DYER, SUSAN HART (chron.) * A Song, (pm) Everybody�s Magazine Apr 1910 * Zamboanga, (pm) Everybody�s Magazine Aug 1912 DESCRIPTION: George Leland Dyer (Aug. 26, 1849-Apr. 2, 1914), son of George Washington and Mary Kelley Dyer, was born and reared in Calais, Maine. Appointed to the United States Naval Academy in 1866, he was graduated with honors in 1870. He was made an ensign in July, 1871. Dyer was promoted through grades to the rank of captain in Sept., 1905, and commodore in 1908, when he retired. He served aboard various sail and steam vessels and performed a variety of administrative duties. In 1875 Dyer married Susan Hart Palmer (Sept. 22, 1853-1921), one of five children of Oliver Hazzard and Susan Augusta Hart Palmer of New York. They had three children: George Palmer (b. Feb. 7, 1876), Susan Hart [Daisy] (b. Dec. 20, 1879), and Dorothy (b. May 7, 1886). Commodore and Mrs. Dyer retired to their home, The Anchorage, at Winter Park, Florida, in 1908, where they lived until they died. For further information concerning the family, see genealogical notes in folder #340.25.c.
  21....Dyer Music Memorial Building This was erected in 1939 in memory of Susan Hart Dyer, creator and director of the Rollins Conservatory of Music, to be used for student recitals. is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.