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Sorry for any inconvenience, but I'm in a terrible situation. I came down here to Manila, Philippines for a program, last night on my way back to my hotel room I was robbed at gunpoint, my wallet and other valuables were stolen off me, leaving my passport and life safe. My luggage is still in custody of the hotel management pending when I make payment on outstanding bills I owe. I called my bank for a wire transfer but it has proven almost Impossible to operate my account from here as they made me understand international transactions take 7 working days to be effective which i can't wait. I need you to help me with a loan to pay my hotel bills and get my self home. I will reimburse you soon as I get back Home. I will appreciate whatever you can assist me with.
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Hi, I am the great grand daughter of J.W. (James William) McCoy via his daughter Virginia Janie. You are correct Aunt Lina is Mary Emmaline (1879-1958). My grandmother additionally listed Lula Francis (1875 -1940), Docia Camille (1883 - 1972), Mittie Alice (1887 - 1904), William John (Uncle Bill) 1881 - 1955) and Evie Estelle (1885 -1890), I have J. W.'s Sacred Harp book the fifth revision of the Cooper book if you study Sacred Harp. W.R. McCoy (my great great grandfather 1856 -1928) was married to Virginia Antoinette Chapman (1856 - 1928) and was on the Cooper Revision Committee endorsing the book. All of the McCoys I name above along with my great grandmother and her children (to include my grandmother) were "strong voiced" sacred harp singers...my first attendance was at the McCoy Annual Singing which was once held at a place called Little Vine near Dothan. I could rattle on with stories, I saw and spoke with Aunt Docia at this singing in 1963...tiny little frail woman. I was surprised to find there is Indian heritage but I'm not sure if it is McCoy or Chapman in origin. Alabama has it's wills online and W.R. McCoy's will was probated. One of the public ancestry trees has pictures of W.R.'s children, I could not tell beyond that where the Indian Heritage came from but since they are all within the old Creek, Muscogee, and Seminole areas...I've been looking along those lines. They are a fascinating family and I was inspired to revisit my shape note heritage. Most any McCoy you see in a Sacred Harp book, will be related. Sorry if all of this is old news....I've only been doing this hit and miss until recently.
My great grandmother was Janie Cynthia Money, father Bryant and Stewart A his father. I am looking to get confirmed citations to go with my findings. Can anyone be of assistance to me?
I think I can answer your questions on who Inez Carter, who married Costie K. Carter is - although by this time you may already know. She was the daughter of Isaac "Matt" Griffin who was married to Eldis Watford Griffin. I would love to obtain a copy of the newspaper article on Inez' automobile accident as not living in Alabama but Illinois I don"t have access to copies of local newspapers except that I do have an account with Newspapers.com but their files only are filmed up until the 1940's.
Matt Griffin is the son of Charles W. and Missouri (mnu) Griffin who married in Barbour county ca 1869. Charles W. Griffin was the son of Charles S. and Evaline Smith who came from GA in the 1855-1859 period to Russell co. Al. I have a niece-in-law who loves genealogy as much as I do and we have been working on the Griffin family for several years now.
I am trying to help her locate her 3rd great grandparents the Griffins who also came to Al from GA ca the 1855-1859 period. I have lots of info on them and if you are interested or related to them somehow would be glad to share what we found on this particular line of Griffins. They have certainly been our brick wall but we have discovered lots about them along the way.
Please feel free to contact me anytime.
The Alabama Genealogical Society Fall Seminar will be held on Saturday, October 11, 2014, at the Alabama Department of Archives and History in Montgomery. C. Ann Staley will present the program on "Searching, Solving and Sharing".
Lecture titles are “Overlooked Research Sources”; “Organizing, Analyzing, and Sharing: Using Technology to Your Advantage”; “Scratching for the Elusive Ancestor” and “Online Sources – for Free”. For more information and the registration form go to http://algensoc.org/main/seminarFlyer.pdf
. We look forward to seeing you in Montgomery.
I am searching for the descendants of Lou and Sylus Hodges of Baker County. They lived in Baker County in the early 1800's and were enslaved on a plantation. After Freedom, the family disintegrated. Their children were Lillie Hodges, Eugene (Louvenia) Hodges, Bush Hodges, Lewis Hodges, Fannie Hodges, Sallie Hodges (1879), and Jim Hodges. Sallie Hodges eventually married Solomon Moses of Elmore, Alabama sometime in 1900 after their family relocated to Glynn County, Brunswick, Georgia. If anyone should have any additional history on the rest of the Hodges family of Baker County/Alma, Georgia, please leave me a message. Thanks!
My name is Laura Hodges Muncy, I am the daughter of Bob Hodges and Esther Mehaffey Hodges and Jason's cousin. I remember when visited our house when u was a teenager and somewhere have a picture of his father and him at the kitchen table which is where family and guest gathered. I was exploring this ancestry site and ran across the string. Very nice...brought up lots of memories
I thought I had sent a private email, but I guess you didn't get it. My 3rd-great grandfather William "Uncle Billy" Hodges was Angeline's father. William and his first wife (unknown) had 5 sons and 2 daughters. I am descended from the son James G. Hodges. After William's first wife died, he married Mrs. Nancy Seets/Seats on Aug. 26, 1849. Wm. and Nancy had the following children: Lucinda, Susan, Nancy, and Angeline. (Susan and Nancy were twins.) Uncle Billy was a prominent citizen of Alton, MO. He donated the land for the courthouse. Wm. was a farmer and a breeder of race horse. He often conducted business in Arkansas.
This has got to be the hardest family to find. Angline (Angeline, Angoling) Hodges was my great-grandmother. Married to Thomas M. Stewart. One of their sons, Val Stewart (b. 6 June 1866) was my grandfather, and his youngest son, Billy (actually spelled Billie) Val Stewart (b. 28 Jan 1926 d. 18 Dec 1990) was my father. I've been going NUTS trying to find anything on her!
Harriette Stewart White-Hartsfield
The W.A. Lock you are referring to was William Albert Lock the son of Joseph Idion "Hidion" Lock and Sarah Kirkland.
Yes, its the James who married Martha Ann Creamer. A note on the Whitehead and Lock connection, Matthew Whitehead married Polly Lock 28 Sep 1836 in Henry Alabama.
need much more info than this -
need 1st & last names for all family members + their DOB's + birthplaces [state].
I have some information on the following Pickles:
Jacob Pickle husband of Sarah Hayes- they are my 3rd great grandparents. Then their 4 children: Elizabeth; Blount; Sarah; and Mumyfred. If you want to exchange information please contact me direct at: email@example.com
or call me at 808 551-3207.
Lamar Miller originally from SW Georgia.
My mother's family Erline Long was mostly from Memphis TN 1860-1950.
Surname Long.....Nancy Ward married Mat/Mathew Long..they had several children Fannie Mae Long was my Grand mother. Mariah ,Chester, Silas ........any info would be great..
Thanks for your reply I hope you're still on this website lebateman.
Looking for information on Nancy Hodges b. 1789 probably in Massachusetts. Married 1st Thomas Wood. Married 2nd, about 1824, Lazel Dean in Rhode Island. A Hodges genealogy gives the names of two children (Eliza Ann and Thomas N) to Nancy by Thomas Wood. I believe Nancy may also have had at least two children (William Henry and Charles Hodges) by Lazel Dean, but have been unable to verify this. William Henry Dean is my wife's 3rd great grandfather, born in December of 1824 in what is now Cranston, RI. Any information on Nancy and Lazel Dean would help.
Hi there. I went to high school in Milford, Delaware from 1962 - 1967. I knew this family well. Dad was James Neal Hodges, Sr. He was associated with Lockheed - an engineer on the C5 Starlifter team at Dover Air Force base. Mom was Gloria Hodges. I do not know her maiden name but she had ties to Chicago. Very beautiful, very glamorous. Their only child was their son, James Neal Hodges, Jr. He was my boyfriend and then fiance. They had connections to North Carolina. Jim, Jr went to military college in Booneville, Missouri - would have been late 1960s through 1970 or 71. Jim, Jr broke our engagement and married a minister's daughter from around the Booneville area in 1969 or 1970. This family had ties to the military school there. They lived in Chicago a while with Gloria. Then I lost track of them. Good luck with your search.
I would greatly appreciate anyone in this thread sharing information on Samuel Ludwig Solomon with me. He is my 3x's Great Grandfather. His son Marcus J Solomon is my 2x's Great and Marcus's daughter Maude Eva Solomon Day is my Great Grandmother. Her daughter Annis Morene Day Allinder is my Grandmother. You may contact me through Ancestry or my email. firstname.lastname@example.org
HODGES Sallie and Lunie
I photographed this tombstone in the Shady Grove Cemetery, Dallas County, Texas. Feel free to use the picture for your records.
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If you know more about this person please reply here,instead of contacting me because this is most likely not my family.
Middle date on tombstone is marriage date: E. C. Glover married D. C. Godfrey on 24 February 1898. Her name was Dolie Clee Godfrey.