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This is my family tree:
Thomas Hodges m. Elizabeth Cottrell(1) Nancy Norris(2)
William Hodges, Sr. m. Mary Sarah Mullins
William Hodges, Jr. m. Sarah Jane Morris
Mary Margaret Hodges m. William Sloan
Florence Sloan m. Stephen Paton Smith, Jr.
Hattie Mae Smith m. Jack Schaefer (1) Floyd Arthur Hunter (2)
Fannanell Hunter m. Robert Lee Hatfield, Jr.
Jennifer Ann Hatfield
I am looking for information on my 3 great grandfather, William Hodges, Jr. So many stories are out there about why he stayed in North Carolina and his wife, Sarah Jane Morris, left the state with all of their children which included Mary Margaret and William's brother John Hodges, who married her sister Frances "Fanny" Morris.
I actually have two different Hodges lines. The one on my mother’s side of the family has been traced back to John W. Hodges (Hodges) 1620-1697. The line on my father’s side begins with him, Russell Dee Hodges 1929-1985, and has been traced back to Isham Hodges, 1763-1839. Hopefully, I can find some relatives with more information!
I am descended from Wm. H. "Buck" Hodges b 1799 d 1892/3 who married Dorcas Cunningham b 1789 d 1848. Is anyone working on this line?
My great grandfather is Francis Leroy Hodges born July 22, 1844 at Big
Rick, Ill. He married Mary Margaret deLorimier April 23,1867. Mary was daughter of Sarah Frances Hempstead and Louis Gonzague deLorimier. Mary was born Jan. 12, 1845 at Dubuque, Ia and died Feb 22, 1886 at Clayton, Ia.
Does anyone know of a green hard bound book published on Hodges family. My Mother Wilma Van Brocklin Sukup used to have a copy and loaned it to a family member. It did not get returned. Would be interested in purchasing a copy. It wasn't too thick.
I am working on my husband's family tree and have hit a road block. While there is another relative searching we have started to do the DNA testing and sadly the only names that came back were Crow and her husband and my husband.
But the family story goes that Jessie and his brother and sister where orphaned at Iron City Tenn. The taken to relatives in MO or Ark.
So I am attaching what we have so far and if any of you can help I would greatly appreciate it.
Descendants of E. Hodges
1 E. Hodges 1805 - 1834
.. +(Wife Of ? E. Hodges) Qualls 1810 - 1834
........ 2 Jessie M. Hodges 1830 - 1910
............ +Nancy D. Hensley 1825 - 1898
................... 3 William Presley Hodges 1857 - 1936
....................... +Mary Lucretia Taylor 1867 - 1921
............................. 4 Frank Goldman Hodges 1884 - 1982
................................. +Clara Agnes Arnold 1888 - 1964
........ 2 Emaline Hodges 1832 - Unknown
I m looking for information on the paternal side of my family tree. Ive gotten as far as I can get on Ancestor.com Any help I can get would be greatly appreciated. My Father Gerald Russell Hodges 1939--, Grandfather Fred Hodges 1901-1976,
Great Grandfather John Hardesty(Hardy)Hodges 1875-1959
Great Great Grandfather John Allen Hodges 1846-1920
Great Great Great Grandfather James Hodges ant 1800.
I do know that my family was at various times in Georgia (Dooley county), Florida (Holmes county) and Alabama. Again any help learning more and furthering my education on my paternal family tree will be greatly appreciated.
My grandmother was Laura Ellen Hodges (1873-1931), daughter of Abraham Hodges (1837-1923), son of John Hodges (1776 in England-1856 in Detroit, Michigan)
I would be interested in exchanging messages with anyone else from this particular line.