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HODGES OF Baker County, Georgia

Fri, 09/12/2014 - 23:58
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!

Re: John P Hodges/Rocky Mount, Virginia

Sun, 09/07/2014 - 19:48
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

Re: Oregon Co. Hodges

Fri, 09/05/2014 - 01:17
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.

Re: Oregon Co. Hodges

Tue, 09/02/2014 - 00:45
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

Nancy Hodges Wood Dean

Tue, 08/19/2014 - 20:57
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.

Mark West

Re: James Neal Hodges SR (texas?)

Tue, 08/19/2014 - 16:10
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.

HODGES Sallie and Lunie

Tue, 08/12/2014 - 22:47
HODGES Sallie and Lunie

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HODGES Charles H 1941-2000

Tue, 08/05/2014 - 17:00
HODGES Charles H 1941-2000

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Re: Sarah Hodges Crouch of Viola Arkansas

Fri, 08/01/2014 - 00:00
I have one picture of sarah hodges crouch and her children. She is my great great grandmother

HODGES Helen C 1919-2001

Thu, 07/31/2014 - 15:51
HODGES Helen C 1919-2001

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HODGES Clarence H 1915-1973

Sat, 07/26/2014 - 13:04
HODGES Clarence H 1915-1973

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HODGES R E 1913-1915

Wed, 07/23/2014 - 12:09
HODGES R E 1913-1915

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HODGES Charles Ernest and Nancy Ann

Wed, 07/23/2014 - 12:09
HODGES Charles Ernest and Nancy Ann

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Re: Two Welcome William Hodges of VA - Anyone figured out yet?

Tue, 07/22/2014 - 02:17
If you have not been to World Families give it a shot. Go to the Hodges/Hodge group because there are a lot of DNA findings posted and the Welcome William Hodges descendants have posted their DNA. I have mine there and there are a lot of my markers that match that line too. If you work all you canon the markers and go to the patriarchs sight there and it will show you a lot of the descendants. It is a great place to look at and search. --Gerald

HODGES William Thompson 1907-1989

Sat, 07/19/2014 - 14:47
HODGES William Thompson 1907-1989

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HODGES James Herbert Herbie 1934-1988

Sat, 07/19/2014 - 14:46
HODGES James Herbert Herbie 1934-1988

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Anson L. Hodges (b. TN abt 1824) married to Mary Amanda Dyer abt 1850/1851

Mon, 07/14/2014 - 22:10
Has anyone been able to locate his parent's names or any of his siblings? Thanks for any help

HODGES Clara Ellen 1915-1944

Mon, 07/14/2014 - 14:33
HODGES Clara Ellen 1915-1944

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HODGES James E and Marilyn M

Tue, 07/08/2014 - 10:52
HODGES James E and Marilyn M

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Re: John M. Hodges

Tue, 07/08/2014 - 03:14
Valerie,
I believe that I am a direct male Hodges descendant of John M. Hodges (Va. late 1700's 1790 ?) and Frances "Fannie Triplett. I believe that they had 4 sons William J., Rolland, John B., and Thomas C. I am descendant of John B. and wife Rachell. I am also interested in any info on another Hodges family from the Griggsville, Pike Co., Ill. area. That family would be that of William A. and Rebecca Elledge. I believe that William A.'s parents to be John M. ( The same one you mentioned) and Polly Clanton. I have the military records of William A. Hodges (1826 Ill.). Within those records is a statement from one Thomas C. who stated his relationship to the petitioner ( William A.) was brother. The date of the investigation was 1885. Thomas' age was listed as 58 yrs. That would make Thomas' birth at abt 1828-9. There are many more clues that lead me to this conclusion. I would urge any male descendant to submit their DNA to worldfamilies.net Hodges surname project. I have on file there my DNA profile with 67 markers. A 37 marker test should be more than enough to prove this connection.
Frank L. Hodges II.