Throughout the centuries your name, Hodges, occurred in many records, manuscripts and documents but not always with your exact spelling. From time to time the surname was spelt Hodge, Hodges, and these variations in spelling frequently occurred, even between father and son. Scribes and church officials, frequently spelt the names phonetically. As a result the same person would be recorded differently on birth, baptismal, marriage and death certificates.
The Hodges Family Newsletter
In need of a paid subscription to Ancestry.com. Not having one has crippled my research for the past few years. I make do with the few free sites but they just don't compare.
EDIT: Thanks to two kind donations I now have the money to at least make this years server payment.
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This beautiful handwritten document circa 1915 was found in an old trunk, saved and kindly sent to us by Barbara Fairbanks of Woodbury CT. We are attempting to find someone descended from William Hodge to pass it too.
The following is an account of your grandmothers death. I'm sorry to report something so sad. I hate to tell you about it.
Just a reminder to please share whatever info you have on our family. Birth dates, marriage dates, where buried etc. We still have many gaps in our family tree and it is very important that the info be recorded before it is lost.
Also please do upload any old Hodges photos you might have.
Frances Harrison Trawick
Edmund Kennedy Hodges
I have moved the focus of my research to our Louisiana family, should be adding many family members to our tree. Here are a few of them.
Sgt Joseph Jackson Durham Hodges
Killed at the Second Battle of Manassas.
Joseph Lawson Hodges, Jr
Part 3 of my three part DNA test has confirmed that the Robert Hodges Sr line belongs to lineage VII on the Hodges Patriarch page. I would encourage any Hodges with a spare $100 to join the project and get tested too.
Mikael Douglas Hodges, 3
A funeral for Mikael Douglas Hodges of Mountain Home will be 2 p.m. Saturday at Kirby & Family Funeral Home Chapel, with Bro. Jamie McDaniels officiating. Visitation is 5-8 p.m. today at Kirby & Family Funeral Home Chapel. Mikael died Monday, Aug. 17, 2009, in Clinton at age 3.
Mikael Hodges was born Nov. 28, 2005, in Newport, the son of Douglas Leon and Valeory Virginia Cleaver Hodges.
Mikael Hodges is survived by his parents, Douglas and Valeory Hodges of Mountain Home; three brothers, Gary and Daniel Barker of Mountain Home and Alex Hodges of Horseshoe Bend; paternal grandparents, Robert and Joyce Hodges of Viola, and Shirley and Bud Burkhart of Shirley; and maternal grandfather Calvin Cleaver of Mountain Home. He was preceded in death by his maternal grandmother, Minnie Maybelline Cleaver.
Burial will be at Elizabeth Cemetery, with Gary Barker, Daniel Barker, Alex Hodges and Russell Krupp as pallbearers. Memorials may be made to the Mikael Hodges Benefit Fund at First National Bank & Trust Co.
Arrangements are by Kirby & Family Funeral & Cremation Services. Visit an online obituary and guestbook at www.kirbyandfamily.com.
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