Throughout the centuries your name, Hodges, occurred in many records, manuscripts and documents but not always with your exact spelling. From time to time the surname was spelt Hodge, Hodges, and these variations in spelling frequently occurred, even between father and son. Scribes and church officials, frequently spelt the names phonetically. As a result the same person would be recorded differently on birth, baptismal, marriage and death certificates.
My name is Larry Lee Hodges.I lived in Hodgesville, Al from1946-1953. I attended first grade in Cottonwood, Al. My father was Beauford Lee Hodges and his father was Arthur Lee Hodges.I grew up in Ozark, AL. Upon graduating high school I joined the Air Force and left Alabama. Been living in Florida ever since. I found this site by accident, and looking forward to researching my family genealogy.
Johnson Hodges, Sr. b. abt. 1734, d. abt. 1771
Any information on my great-grandfather, Charles Albert Hodges of Henry County, Alabama? (1885-1967)
I will start with my linage:
Capt. Roger Hodges sp. Mary Maning
I would like to know if anyone knows who is buried around Abner and Sarah Brock Hodge. They are buried in Hodges Cemetery, in VanBuren, Tennessee.
Myra Hazel Hodges, 90, of Cottonwood, AL, died Thursday, December 29, 2011 at her residence surrounded by her loving family.
Elon Nell Hodges, a resident of Headland, died late Wednesday afternoon, October 5, 2011, at her home. She was 77.
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