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Mary Evelyn Hodges Watford Obit

Robert Hodges Sr b. 1643 in Virginia d. 1687 in Virginia m. Frances Norworthy
 Robert Hodges Jr b. 1669 d. 1742 m. Anne Branch in 1690
  John Hodges b. 1693 d. 1761 m. Patience Joyner in 1725
   Howell Hodges b. 1740 d. 1799 m. Elizabeth Cherry in 1765
    Lemuel Hodges b. 1770 in Pitt Co. NC d. 1830 in Lee, GA m. Rebecca in 1793 in Pitt, North Carolina
     Lemuel Mathew Hodges b. 4 Oct 1810 WashingtCo, Ga, d. 14 Aug 1883 Henry Co, Al m. Vincy Martin
      Jordan H Hodges b. 1840 Ga, d. 1916 m. Sarah Camellia Locke 29 Dec 1868
       Curtis A Hodges b. 1871 d 1946 m. Cordelia Davis
        Arnton Andrew Hodges b. 1890 d. 1966 m. Ozie Register
         Mary Evelyn Hodges b. 1915 d. 2009

 

War Honors

 Hodges, A. F., USN - Awarded: NX - World War I
 Hodges, Addison J., (POW), USA - Awarded: MOH - Civil War
 Hodges, Aron P., USAF - Awarded: SS - Vietnam War
 Hodges, Arthur W., USA - Awarded: SS - World War II
 Hodges, Ashley R., USN(R) - Awarded: NX - World War II
 Hodges, Bernard, (KIA), USA - Awarded: SS - Vietnam War
 Hodges, Campbell B., USA - Awarded: DSM-A - World War I
 Hodges, Charles E., USA - Awarded: SS - Korean War
 Hodges, Charles E., USA - Awarded: SS - World War II
 Hodges, Charles E., USN(RF) - Awarded: NX - World War I
 Hodges, Charles Wayne, USAAF - Awarded: DSC - World War II
 Hodges, Clyde T., USA - Awarded: SS - World War II
 Hodges, Courtney H., USA - Awarded: DSC - World War I
 Hodges, Courtney H., USA - Awarded: DSM-A, 1st Award - World War II
 Hodges, Courtney H., USA - Awarded: DSM-A, 2d Award - World War II
 Hodges, Courtney H., USA - Awarded: DSM-A, 3d Award -
 Hodges, Don E., USA - Awarded: SS - World War II
 Hodges, Duane, (KIA), USN - Awarded: SS - U.S.S. Pueblo Incident
 Hodges, Earl E., USA - Awarded: SS - World War II
 Hodges, Everett M., USA - Awarded: SS - World War II
 Hodges, Flourenoy Glen, (MIA-KIA), USN(R) - Awarded: NX - World War II
 Hodges, Frank A., USA - Awarded: SS - World War II
 Hodges, G. S., USN(RF) - Awarded: DSM-N - World War I
 Hodges, George H., USA - Awarded: SS - World War II
 Hodges, George W., USA - Awarded: SS - World War II
 Hodges, Gerald L., USN - Awarded: SS - Korean War
 Hodges, Harry F., USA - Awarded: DSM-A - World War I
 Hodges, Harry L., USA - Awarded: DSM-A - World War I
 Hodges, Herbert J., USMC - Awarded: NX - World War II
 Hodges, Homer L., Jr., (KIA), USMC - Awarded: SS - Vietnam War

Irene McClard and Betty Hodges circa 1950

Irene and Betty

Old Pics

Old pics.

Henry Dale and Wilma Irene McClard Hodges (C. 1955)

Robert Hodges Sr b. 1643 in Virginia d. 1687 in Virginia m. Frances Norworthy
 Robert Hodges Jr b. 1669 d. 1742 m. Anne Branch in 1690
  John Hodges b. 1693 d. 1761 m. Patience Joyner in 1725
   Howell Hodges b. 1740 d. 1799 m. Elizabeth Cherry in 1765
    Lemuel Hodges b. 1770 in Pitt Co. NC d. 1830 in Lee, GA m. Rebecca in 1793 in Pitt, North Carolina
     Henry Hodges b. 1802 in North Carolina d. 4 May 1864 in Henry Co, Alabama m. Mosley (Martsy) Kennedy
      Brantley Hodges b. 18 Nov 1835 Sumpter Co. Ga d. 22 Mar 1898 m. Martha Ann Falford
       William Allen Hodges b. 12 Jun 1876 Macon Co Ga d. 4 Sep 1942 Antioch Ar m. Addie Adaline Bray
        William Dale Hodges b. 11 Jul 1904 Ar d. 1 Nov 1973 Malvern, Hot Spring, Ar m. Ruby Williams
         Henry Dale Hodges Sr b. 23 Feb 1930, d. 8 Nov 1978 Arkadelphia, Clark, Ar m. Wilma Irene McClard

 

Henry and Irene Hodges

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We think this is William Dale and Catherine Ruby Williams Hodges circa 1945. Do you know who it is?

 

Dale and Ruby

Dr William G. Hodges (1878-1947)

Dr. William G. Hodges, who since 1912 has devoted his time and energies to
the practice of medicine in Malvern, was born in Hot Spring county, Arkansas,
October 21, 1878. His youth was spent on the home farm, seven miles from
Malvern, and in his boyhood days he became familiar with the work of the fields
from the time of early spring planting until crops were harvested in the late
fall. He acquired a common school education and attended high school at
Friendship, after which he took up the profession of teaching, which he followed
from 1900 until 1905. In this way he earned the money with which he met the
expenses of an advanced course. He taught the Gifford high school and eventually
qualified for the practice of medicine as a student in the Barnes Medical
College of St. Louis, Missouri. There he was graduated on the 17th of June,
1912. He had become a resident of Fallsville, Arkansas, in 1907, and through the
vacation periods in his college course he practiced to some extent at that place
and at Magnet. Following his graduation he opened an office in Malvern and
through the intervening years he has successfully engaged in the practice of
medicine and surgery. He pursued a postgraduate course in surgery in the
Illinois Postgraduate Medical School of Chicago, in 1919 and afterward attended
the Mayo Brothers' clinics at Rochester, Minnesota, in May, 1920. He also
specialized in surgery in the Illinois Postgraduate School, and in January,
1921, he took postgraduate work in the St. Louis clinics. He has thus at
intervals promoted his efficiency through wide study and experience under some
of the ablest physicians and surgeons of the country He has constantly advanced
in his profession and in large measure enjoys the confidence and good will of
his colleagues and contemporaries. Broad reading has also kept him in touch with

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