|Birth: ||Sep. 10, 1832|
New York, USA
|Death: ||Aug. 24, 1882|
DEATH OF FRANKLIN R. HODGE
ENS. TRIBUNE- An article in The Daily Tribune gave an account of a visit of my brother, Franklin R. Hodge, to Salt Lake City, under the care of Dr. Pike , for the purpose of holding a consultation in reference to his hand, then in a bad condition from blood poisoning. He died on this evening of the 24th of August at 9 o'clock. I would be very grateful if you would publish the account of his death in the hope that his oldest son, Abram Hodge, who has been absent from home more than 15 years, may receive intelligence of it. When last heard from he was at Mineral Park, Arizona, but we have no means of knowing his present address.
Franklin R. Hodge would have been fifty years old, the 10th of September next. Though not a member of the Utah church, he lived quietly and peaceably with his neighbors, and I believe died an earnest Christian.
The funeral services were held at his home in Lehi, and were attended by a few of his relatives and friends, who loved and respected him. He leaves a wife and four children to mourn his lose.
JACOB S. HODGE
AMERICAN FORK, Aug. 28
-The Salt Lake Tribune, August 29, 1882.
Abraham Close Hodge (1806 - 1879)
Rebecca Rhoads Hodge (1806 - 1887)
Olive Morgan Hodge (1840 - 1922)*
Mary Ann McMichael Hodge (1838 - 1861)*
Abraham Robert Hodge (1858 - 1921)*
Franklin Horace Hodge (1860 - 1923)*
John Hodge (1872 - 1872)*
Amanda Hodge Rhodes (1873 - 1916)*
Mary Hodge (1876 - 1876)*
David Hodge (1877 - 1935)*
Franklin Rhoads Hodge (1832 - 1882)
Sarah Catherine Hodge Burdick (1834 - 1903)*
Helen A. Hodge Stebbins (1837 - 1903)*
Lyman L. Hodge (1840 - 1879)*
Jacob S. Hodge (1844 - 1918)*
James Hodge (1850 - 1905)**
Rebecca Ann Hodge Thomas (1855 - 1928)**
Lehi City Cemetery
Maintained by: M Hodge
Originally Created by: Utah State Historical So...
Record added: Feb 02, 2000
Find A Grave Memorial# 95374
Blacksmith. Son of Abraham "Abram" Close Hodge & Rebecca Rhoads. Husband of Mary Ann McMichael and Olive Morgan. He crossed the plains in 1852 with the Allen Weeks' Company. Blessed, honored pioneer.|
Added: Mar. 19, 2008