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Corey Ulch 2015

Genealogy Board - Mon, 07/06/2015 - 06:47
My grandfather's name is frank hodges he served in wwll and he is from hodges N.C named after his 4th great grandfather who fought in the revolutionary war . His name was general George Washington hodges.

Gibb Hodges

Genealogy Board - Fri, 07/03/2015 - 16:23
Looking for information about Gibb Hodges from Warren Township Colleton County South Carolina . He was found in the 1870 Census. Who were his parents and siblings. Where were his
Parents from. Was Abram who was married to Delia his brother'.?

Re: Blankinship/Blankenship in Henry Co.

Henry County - Mon, 06/29/2015 - 03:09
Hello. I am Elisha W. Blankenship and Ely Morgan (Doc) blood related. Elisha was my 3rd great grandfather.

Re: Blankinship/Blankenship in Henry Co.

Henry County - Mon, 06/29/2015 - 03:07
Hello. My name is Emanuel Blankenship. Elisha W. Blankenship was my 3rd great grandfather. Born 1839 near Macon Ga. He moved to Clopton All around 1844. He married Margaret Elivira in 1856 but married again to Charlotte Trawick in 1860. He joined the Confederacy in 1862 with the 33rd Alabama infantry. Company B. Fought bravely in many bloody battles. Luckly lived and amazing he did and I'm greatful he did. Took the Oath of Allegiance after the war to receive pension. He was a farmer of corn and tobacco before the war. He died in 1922. When I'm around a PC I can send you info. Also have info on Ely Morgan Blankenship

Nora Mae Hodges

Genealogy Board - Mon, 06/22/2015 - 01:45
Judy, if you are still working your Nora Mae maybe you will see this posting and contact me. I just can not find you, hope you are Ok.
Gerald Hodges

Re: Looking for parents of Thomas Jenkins

Henry County - Mon, 06/15/2015 - 20:15
I am from Simon Peter, oldest son of Rebecca Pelham and Thomas Jenkins. I have found Jonas Jenkins, first in Edgefield Co SC in 1820 and then in Henry Co 1830. He married Leah Pullen in 1824 and I believe his first 3, maybe 4 children are by her. On the 1850 census he is married to Lucy. I believe he married her in 1849 in Clarke Co AL where he had land. Thomas and Rebecca were married in 1850 by her Dad, Rev. John Wm. Pelham who died in 1852. Their first child was Merina who married Cornelius Waters. They and one of their sons, John Byrd are buried at Panther Creek in Geneva Co. I believe our Thomas was named John Thomas. His younger brother, Richard Hardy Jenkins named his first son, John Thomas. There is more info if you want to call me, Sadie Jenkins 912/631-8822

Re: WILEY PEARCE/PIERCE

Henry County - Sun, 06/14/2015 - 21:59
I am also a direct descendant of Benjamin Wiley Pearce. His daughter married and became a King in Bienville, LA. That is my line through my mother.

I don't know if you are still searching, but I do have some information on Benjamin if you need it.

Re: Oates and Brother Attys

Henry County - Mon, 06/08/2015 - 17:59
Thanks.

HODGES Wesley - Vietnam Wall section 40 East

Genealogy Board - Mon, 06/08/2015 - 17:24
HODGES Wesley - Vietnam Wall section 40 East

Honor our Veterans. This is one of many photographs of the Vietnam Memorial Wall in Parker Co, TX. Feel free to use this picture for your personal records. See this photo, one of the 238,581 photos, free at http://teafor2.com where they are listed in order by state(Texas), county(Parker), cemetery(Vietnam) and Surname.

If you know more about this person please reply here instead of contacting me because this is not my family.

Re: Oates and Brother Attys

Henry County - Sun, 06/07/2015 - 16:36
Hi,

I don't know the answer to your question but they might be filed at a local university and/or college. The local genealogical, historical societies and archives probably didn't exist around 1880 or when he died. Successful Searching!

Henry Coun

Re: Mary Murphy Henry Co. Alabama

Henry County - Tue, 05/19/2015 - 20:26
I am also searching for exact location of the Price Family Cemetery near Lawrenceville, AL. I am looking for burial place of Irvin Price and Ervin Marion Price. Thx gprice1974@yahoo.com

Re: Hodges in Arkansas

Genealogy Board - Sun, 05/17/2015 - 03:40
Dale do you have Lee's mothers name? I know of a lady that left Ok with her very young son after her husband died there.
Gerald

Re: Hodges in CA and came there from OK ?

Genealogy Board - Thu, 05/14/2015 - 01:26
Thanks Julie,
For some reason I am just now seeing your reply. Your Wallace does not ring a bell. He might have known the Thomas I'm trying to find that came to CA about the same time. Thanks for you information.
erald

Re: Seeking info for Glen Hodges

Genealogy Board - Wed, 05/06/2015 - 08:36
Not sure if the Glen Hodges that you are looking for is the same, but there was a Glen Hodges that worked at the DuPont Spruance plant in the Richmond Va area. He is retired now, but if that helps you any.

Re: jesse ward place,lawrenceville,alabama,north of abbieville

Henry County - Thu, 04/30/2015 - 00:31
correction catherine,s maiden name was "swaine"not "boles"oh! the old jessee ward place looked as if it could have been a mill at one time,there is an old mill water wheel next to the old house or mill.

Martha Hodges Katz - b. Ashland, Kentucky

Genealogy Board - Tue, 04/28/2015 - 14:12
MARTHA HODGES KATZ

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - (Mahoning County)

Martha Hodges Katz died Saturday night, April 25, 2015 at her home, surrounded by her family, after a nine-year battle with cancer.

Martha was born Aug. 1, 1941, in Ashland, Kentucky, the third child or Richard Edward Hodges and Marian McQueen Hodges.




After moving to the Youngstown, Ohio area in 1969, Martha graduated summa cum laude from Youngstown State University, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1974, and a Master of Science degree in Education from YSU in 1976. She was both a national certified counselor and a licensed professional clinical counselor (L.P.C.C.).

Martha began her career as a mental health worker in 1976, and worked for several agencies before becoming a counselor in private practice from 1988 to 2009. She served as an instructor in family medicine for the former Northeast Ohio Universities College of Medicine (NEOUCOM, now NEOMED) from 1990 to 1997.
Martha served the community as a member of the Mahoning County Commissioners’ advisory board to the Battered Persons Crisis Center and on the boards of Save Inc. Program for Victims of Domestic Violence, Ryan White Fund AIDS Consortium, Burdman Group and the Sojourner House Domestic Violence Shelter.
Martha was instrumental in founding Sojourner House, gave the shelter its name, and was a Sojourner volunteer for many years.
Martha was a longtime activist for peace with justice in Palestine.

For many years she was a member of the Arab American Community Center of Greater Youngstown (AACC) of the Coalition for Peace in the Middle East (CPME) and the Valley Coalition for Peace and Justice (VCPJ).
Martha established the Youngstown chapter of Women In Black, an international women's peace movement.
In 1993, Martha led a delegation from Youngstown to El-Bireh, Palestine, establishing a sister-city relationship between the cities.
In 1995 and 1996, Martha led CPME delegations from Youngstown to the UN headquarters in New York City to participate in efforts for peace and justice.
In 2002, Martha led Women in Black in silent vigil for a hour each week in front of the Federal buildings, in downtown Youngstown, to protest United States government policy in the region.
In 2004, as a member of VCPJ, Martha initiated a weekly series of public vigils, which still occur, protesting the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.

In 2006, Martha co-led, with Ray Nakley, a media delegation from Youngstown to Palestine-Israel to report on prospects for peace
. Martha served as president of the Interfaith Council for Peace in the Middle East (IFCPME), which, during her tenure in 2008, organized and hosted the first SABEEL international conference for northeast Ohio, in Cleveland, Ohio at the River’s Edge Community of the Sisters of St. Joseph.
Over the years, Martha received special recognitions for her professionalism, community service and peace advocacy. These included the Doris Burdman Service Award, the Clair M. Carlin Award, Sojourner House Special Recognition for service to the victims of domestic violence, three awards from the AACC for working for peace with justice in the Middle East, and Peace advocacy awards from both the Presbyterian and United Methodist churches.
Martha loved sharing good food with family and friends at favorite restaurants and at home, as she was a wonderful cook, in her own right.
She was a treasured and deeply-loved member of the extended Nakley family, which was only really complete at Thanksgiving, when Martha’s son, daughter, son-in-law, and granddaughters traveled faithfully from the east coast, for many years, to make the celebration the highlight of the year.
Martha loved to travel. She was grateful for wonderful trips with her sister to Thailand, Nepal and East Africa, with her sister and brother-in-law to Yellowstone National Park, Caribbean trips with her children and grandchildren, and to the Pantanal of Brazil with her son.

Martha was an avid reader, enjoyed poetry and music of all kinds.
Martha loved the Canfield Fair and worked for many years at the International Building in the Lebanon, Palestine and United Nations booths.



Martha is survived by a son, Stephen Katz of New York City; a daughter, Julia Katz White (William); and three granddaughters, Miranda, Rebecca and Sarah, all of Bala Cynwyd, Pa.

She also leaves two brothers, Richard E. Hodges (Cleo) of Atlanta and Steven Hodges (Sallie) of Abingdon, Va.; a sister, Harriet Mohler (Daniel) of Charlottesville, Virginia; a sister-in-law, Eleanor Katz of Poughkeepsie, N.Y.; and many beloved nieces and nephews.

Finally, Martha leaves her life-partner of 27 years and caregiver, Raymond Nakley Jr.; and two beloved felines.

She was preceded in death by sisters-in-law Barbara Hodges, Betty Burke and Edna Buntman; a brother-in-law, Dr. Bertram Katz; and a nephew, Jon Katz.

Martha and her family are deeply grateful to her physicians, Drs. Nelson, Krishnan, Singh, Labib, Katz, and Ricciardi; their staff members; and the Hospice of the Valley House and crisis nursing staff for their excellent care, kindness and considerations.

Material tributes may be sent to the Interfaith Council for Peace in the Middle East (IFCPME), 112 N. Garland Ave., Youngstown, OH 44506.
Any funds will be used to continue Martha’s work for peace with justice in the Middle East, supporting the victims of domestic violence, and caring for homeless animals. -

Calling hours will be at the Schiavone Funeral Home, 1842 Belmont Ave., Youngstown, on Friday from noon to 4 p.m. and from 6 to 9 p.m., and from 9 to 9:50 a.m. on Saturday, preceding a funeral at 10 a.m


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Oates and Brother Attys

Henry County - Tue, 04/21/2015 - 13:43
Need help in identifying this Oates. Are his law papers from around 1870s located any where?
Thanks for your help.

Leroy H. Hodges

Genealogy Board - Tue, 04/21/2015 - 01:42
It has been a while since I have been on here, Does any one have any knew update on Leroy H. Hodges, From SC to Jefferson Co. Ala.>

Re: Hodges in CA and came there from OK ?

Genealogy Board - Mon, 04/20/2015 - 19:38
Hi Gerald,

My dad (Wallace Dale Hodges) moved to CA from Purcell around 1940 which isn't too far from Henrietta. His parents were Wallace "Lennie" Hodges and Mary Kitchens; and his brother Kenneth Marvin.

Dad is 85 and doing well...and still in Thousand Oaks! Dad has been very interested in Genealogy for many years and has assembled the Hodges/Kitchens information back to the 1700's. Our family history will be falling into my hands and I'm going to be adding everything he's found into Ancestry at some point.

Hope this helps!
Julie



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