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[HODGES] Seeking origins of ancestor James Hodges (and wife Charlotte Hanny/Hannie) - Hodges was apparently born in 1817 in Bristol, UK - they immigrated to Victoria, Australia in 1852 on PRIAM

Rootsweb - Sun, 09/18/2016 - 13:36
Hello


I am seeking the origins / connections to ancestor James Hodges (and
wife Charlotte Hannay/Hannie)

*James Hodges* was born in 1817 in Bristol, England. He died on 6 May 1895
in Daylesford, Victoria, Australia at age 78


James married *Charlotte Hannay/Hannie* on 17 Jun 1839 in Trevethin, near
Pontypool, Wales.


Charlotte was born in 1818 in England, died on 30 Oct 1906 in Daylesford,
Victoria at age 88


Both are buried in Daylesford Cemetery.


James Hodges and Charlotte (nee Hannay or Hannie) (Charlotte was aged 34
years old, James 35) immigrated aboard the *Priam* on 26 Aug 1852 to
Portland, Victoria, Australia, with their children:
John 8, Phoebe 14, Elizabeth 12, Anne 10, Caroline 6, Albert 4

Thanks for any further information

Julie

Re: hodges in oregon

Genealogy Board - Sat, 09/17/2016 - 00:31
Hi Amber,
You wrote on 07/09/2000 about Hodges' in Oregon, and I recognize several of the names you mentioned. My grandfather David Hodges migrated from Alabama in 1912, along with his wife Julia and daughters, Inez and Minnie, and Son David, Jr. (my dad).
His brother William remained in Alabama. They are all deceased, but I have information as I knew them all except Minnie (my aunt) who died before I was born. Hope this note reaches, and maybe we can fill in some blanks for each other.
David R. Hodges III - my email address is dgold26760@aol.com

Kentucky Hodgeses and Fergusons

Genealogy Board - Thu, 09/01/2016 - 06:43
I have two Hodges branches: 2nd Great grandfather William T. Hodges b.1814 in Virginia d. 1844 in Hardin Co. Kentucky AND Eppie Hodges 1814-1854 in Kentucky, who married my 2nd Great Grand-aunt Martha Ferguson (1818-1900). I can not find a previous generation for either one. The connection is: William T. Hodges' daughter Mary Ellen marries Martha and Eppie's nephew Colgan Ferguson.

Re: Hodges origins

Genealogy Board - Tue, 08/30/2016 - 05:42
Trust me on this , definitely NOT JEWISH,and be thankful its not.! I was married to a jewish girl for 30 years , I am a Hodges and my grandmother would have rolled over in her grave, had she known!
Robert Harry Hodges III
Of Georgia

Re: [HODGES] ALEXANDER - HODGES Family Photograph

Rootsweb - Sun, 08/28/2016 - 01:44
Hello Shelley,
There were Alexander's married into the Parker family which will come out in my Brown Descendancy Chart on 01 Nov 2016.  There was a David Alexander who died in 1773.  I don't know if he had a family, but the Alexander family had descendants which I have not fully explored yet.I won't be surprised if this David W. Alexander is not a descendant of that Old American family.
Elijah Hodges

From: Shelley Cardiel
To: hodges@rootsweb.com
Sent: Saturday, August 27, 2016 7:07 PM
Subject: [HODGES] ALEXANDER - HODGES Family Photograph

I've "rescued" an old photograph of David W. ALEXANDER who was the 3rd
(1856) and 12th (1876-1877) Sheriff of Los Angeles County, CA. The
photograph appears to be a copy of a photograph likely taken when he was in
his 50's or 60's. Based on limited research I was able to locate the
following information regarding David and his family:



David Watt ALEXANDER was b. 23 Jun 1810 in Ireland.  David had two brothers,
George C. ALEXANDER (b. 1816); and Henry N. ALEXANDER.  David married
Adelaida JOHNSON (1830-1922).  Together they had 6 children including,
Martha ALEXANDER LAMB (1865-1932); Joseph Workman ALEXANDER (1870-1965);
Samuel Temple ALEXANDER (1872-1944); Agnes or Agnus Wiley or Wylie ALEXANDER
HODGES (1875-1967); Elizabeth ALEXANDER (1887-1928) and Lalla S. ALEXANDER
(b. 1881).  David died in Wilmington, CA on 29 April 1886 and was buried in
the Evergreen Cemetery in Los Angeles, CA.



Census records provide the following information:



1870 census of Wilmington, CA:



David W. ALEXANDER, age 60, a Merchant, born Ireland

Adelaida ALEXANDER, age 35, Keeping House, born CA

Martha ALEXANDER, age 5, at Home, born CA

Elizabeth ALEXANDER, age 3, at Home, born CA

Joseph W. ALEXANDER, age 3 months, at Home, born CA

Mark MILLER, age 21, a Carpenter, born CA

James J. MILLER, age 19, at Home, born CA

Emalina MILLER, age 13, at Home, born CA

Edward MILLER, age 11, at Home, born CA

Josephina MILLER, age 9, at Home, born CA

Charles William STONE, age 7, at Home, born AZ

+ 1 Servant



1880 census of Tustin, CA:



David W. ALEXANDER, age 69, a Retired Sheriff, born Ireland, parents born
Ireland

Adelaide ALEXANDER, wife, age 48, Keeping House, born Mexico, parents born
Mexico

Martha ALEXANDER, dau, age 14, at School, born CA

Elizabeth ALEXANDER, dau, age 12, at School, born CA

Joseph W. ALEXANDER, son, age 9, born CA

Samuel T. ALEXANDER, son, age 7, born CA

Agnes W. ALEXANDER, dau, age 5, born CA

+ 1 Gardner + 1 Cook



I am hoping to be able to return the photograph to family.  If you are a
member of this family, or you know someone who might be, please contact me.



Thanks,

Shelley


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[HODGES] ALEXANDER - HODGES Family Photograph

Rootsweb - Sun, 08/28/2016 - 01:07
I've "rescued" an old photograph of David W. ALEXANDER who was the 3rd
(1856) and 12th (1876-1877) Sheriff of Los Angeles County, CA. The
photograph appears to be a copy of a photograph likely taken when he was in
his 50's or 60's. Based on limited research I was able to locate the
following information regarding David and his family:



David Watt ALEXANDER was b. 23 Jun 1810 in Ireland. David had two brothers,
George C. ALEXANDER (b. 1816); and Henry N. ALEXANDER. David married
Adelaida JOHNSON (1830-1922). Together they had 6 children including,
Martha ALEXANDER LAMB (1865-1932); Joseph Workman ALEXANDER (1870-1965);
Samuel Temple ALEXANDER (1872-1944); Agnes or Agnus Wiley or Wylie ALEXANDER
HODGES (1875-1967); Elizabeth ALEXANDER (1887-1928) and Lalla S. ALEXANDER
(b. 1881). David died in Wilmington, CA on 29 April 1886 and was buried in
the Evergreen Cemetery in Los Angeles, CA.



Census records provide the following information:



1870 census of Wilmington, CA:



David W. ALEXANDER, age 60, a Merchant, born Ireland

Adelaida ALEXANDER, age 35, Keeping House, born CA

Martha ALEXANDER, age 5, at Home, born CA

Elizabeth ALEXANDER, age 3, at Home, born CA

Joseph W. ALEXANDER, age 3 months, at Home, born CA

Mark MILLER, age 21, a Carpenter, born CA

James J. MILLER, age 19, at Home, born CA

Emalina MILLER, age 13, at Home, born CA

Edward MILLER, age 11, at Home, born CA

Josephina MILLER, age 9, at Home, born CA

Charles William STONE, age 7, at Home, born AZ

+ 1 Servant



1880 census of Tustin, CA:



David W. ALEXANDER, age 69, a Retired Sheriff, born Ireland, parents born
Ireland

Adelaide ALEXANDER, wife, age 48, Keeping House, born Mexico, parents born
Mexico

Martha ALEXANDER, dau, age 14, at School, born CA

Elizabeth ALEXANDER, dau, age 12, at School, born CA

Joseph W. ALEXANDER, son, age 9, born CA

Samuel T. ALEXANDER, son, age 7, born CA

Agnes W. ALEXANDER, dau, age 5, born CA

+ 1 Gardner + 1 Cook



I am hoping to be able to return the photograph to family. If you are a
member of this family, or you know someone who might be, please contact me.



Thanks,

Shelley

Re: Hodges origins

Genealogy Board - Sat, 08/27/2016 - 14:28
NOT Jewish in any shape form or fashion not at all, strictly protestant!
Robert Harry Hodges III

Re: Dees/Deese-Merritt Connection

Henry County - Tue, 08/09/2016 - 18:53
Hi Ginny,
I just saw this 2006 post from you and I am a Dees descendant. I would love to share info on the Dees family. My gggg-grandmother Sallie Dees married Simon Smith in Burke Co, GA. They migrated from GA to north of the town of Gordon in today what is Houston County, AL. It was Henry County during their lives. Sallie died in the 1820's and Simon in the 1830's and both are buried on the old Simon Smith plantation lands along the Chattahoochee River east of hwy 95, area between Columbia and Gordon, and south of the power plant. I have not been able to determine if my Sallie was the daughter of DeWitt Dees but we think this is her father. Do you have any info on the Dees that came from GA to the Henry/Houston county areas of AL in the early 1820's? I know I am definitely a descendant of Emanual Dees (1700-1770) and wife Elizabeth. They had the following children: Drury 1725, DeWitt 1738, Daniel 1740, Hannah 1742, Priscilla 1744, Susannah 1746. I have a DNA match to several descendants of Priscilla Dees Hatcher (wife of Robert Hatcher). I am assuming I descend from DeWitt because Daniel and Drury didn't make it to GA. Per his Will, Daniel had no daughters. Any info that you can share with me would be greatly appreciated.
Gail Walsh
Orlando, FL
gail_walsh18@yahoo.com

Re: Seeking info on Stovall family from Kerens, Texas

Henry County - Thu, 08/04/2016 - 22:47
Hi Joe Ella,
I hope this message reaches you. My great, great grandfather was named Benjamin Franklin Stovall (born 1824; died 1910). He lived most of his life in Louisiana. I was thinking after reading your post, that there may still be some relationship. I have traced many of Benjamin's descendents to Texas. Benjamin's wife was Emerline and she was 15 years younger. I am sure there is a reason both of these men were named Benjamin Franklin Stovall.
Audrey Lawrence
audlaw07@verizon.net
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