|M Hodge (#46977898)|
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I am a descendant of Abraham Close Hodge (1806, New York) and his wife Rebecca Rhoads (1806, Pennsylvania) and have done extensive research on their descendants.|
Recent DNA testing shows that Abraham Hodge is related to the following men:
Solomon G. Hodge, born 1787, New York
Allen Clark Hodge, born abt. 1831, New York
Isaac Hodges, born abt. 1750, New York, husband of Mary Babbitt
David Hodges, born abt. 1795, New York, husband of Roby Archer
Isaac Hodges, born abt. 1750, New York, husband of Freelove _____.
John Hodge, born 1810, of New York, husband of Betsey Blodgett.
Please visit http://www.hodges-hodge-society.org/ for more information.
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|Suzanne Mead||RE: Adelaida Boehme's Headstone Page|
Adelaida's father was Juan Antonio Nandino. I am now needing help to find another member! Info. below
Her name is Manuele Renteria Rodriguez. renteria was her maiden name and Rodriguez was her married name.
|RJ||DePasquale photo request|
Hi, I fulfilled your two photo request for Maria and Bernadino DePasquale, in Mt. Calvary Cemetery in Salt Lake City. I have a few more photos that I'd be happy to email to you, if you want. I also took a picture of the back of the headstone, which simply has DePasquale.
Added by RJ on Mar 31, 2013 3:05 PM
|Suzanne Mead||Adelaida Boehme's Headstone Page|
It is Suzy. I was wondering if you could edit the info. on your Find A Grave page for her.
It was printed that Francisca was her mother. Francisca was her sister not her mother. Isabelle Sevilla was Adelaida's mother.
Thought you would like to know as she is my mother's grandmother.
Thanks so much. Hope you are well. Cold here in new York. Snow coming upstate, not to me, yeh!
|Nancy||RE: John & Katherine Hodge|
Sorry I couldn't find John and Katherine. There are several small cemeteries in the town of Lincoln (where Clockville is located). I've checked their online listings and didn't find your Hodges. You could try contacting the Madison County Historical Society. They may be able to determine if they are in Clockville. If so then there is probably no stone. I'll keep my eyes open for John and Katherine.
Added by Nancy on Nov 17, 2012 6:44 AM
|Irene ||Eugenia DuBois/Woods Blanchette|
Just wanted to thank you for such nice entries from St. Michael's Cemetery in Spfd. MA. You really 'fleshed out' a very nice family profile. I had been recently contacted by a previously unknown relative with info about unknown gr.gr.aunt. I checked Findagrave.com and found all this great information since last I'd checked. You did a great job!
Added by Irene on Oct 06, 2012 8:29 AM
|ReliSearcher||Sarah Thorn Mathews Hodge|
Thanks for the info, I was able to find the biography on Joseph Mathews on google and download it.
Are you related to my Hodge's, or just researching all of them?
I've only been able to go back to John Hodge born 1770 Ireland (conflicting info says, Pennsylvania) died 1851 Ohio, he married Rachel Seeds.
I'd be interested if you have any information.
|Debbie J||RE: Charles A. Hodge|
Yes, I sent you a suggestion. You personally will not be able to delete the memorial, you will have to ask findagrave to. Didn't catch it while I was flying through the transfers. Sorry about that.
Added by Debbie J on Sep 23, 2012 8:27 PM
|clevelandpole||RE: John Hodge in Baker Cemetery|
Thomas J Hodge (b 1832) and Thomas J Hodge (b 1877) appear in federal census as "J"; unfortunately, the middle name is never listed. I don't know if you are familiar with this link http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~nyononda/MAPS/MAPS.HTM
If you look at the maps of Pompey/Fabius from 1860 and 1874, you will find a number of Hodges, including TJ in the 1874 Fabius map, lot 38. As to whether or not these are related to Jacob, or another group entirely, it's an interesting mystery to solve!
|clevelandpole||John Hodge in Baker Cemetery|
I have been to the Baker cemetery in Pompey a couple of times, and there is no headstone for John. There is, however, a stone for a John M Horton, D May 30 1842, aged 58 (i.e. b 1794) Now either this is an amazing coincidence, or someone made a transcription error in the past. Eliza Hodges (wife of TJ per her stone) is buried in a plot surrounded by the remnants of the Hibbard family. I'm assuming she was a Hibbard daughter--died young and was "returned to her family". I have found records of a Thomas J. Hodges, (b 1832) living in Fabius (s of Pompey) in the 1880 census, with a younger wife "Maryette", b 1850. I'm going to make a big leap and guess this is "TJ" (probably a grandson of Jacob) with his second wife and that there never was a John Hodges in Baker cemetery. The person to contact would be the Pompey town historian. It would be interesting to find out if "TJ" is related to Jacob, and where is Jacob buried? Sorry for long note!
|Debbie J||Roger Hodge Obit|
Roger J "Butch" Hodge, Sr., 58 of Manchester, Ohio died at his home Tuesday, June 5, 2012. He was born July 1, 1953 in Avon, Kentucky to the late Roby and Merlee (Brooks) Hodge, Sr.
He was a construction worker.
He is survived by his wife, Rebecca Curry Hodge of Manchester; two sons, Roger Hodge, Jr. and Jody Hodge of Maysville, Ky.; a stepson, Shannon (Bonnie) Boldman of Blue Creek; two daughters, Angie (Neil) Shivener of Blue Creek, and Cassie Hodge of Ky., two stepdaughters, Rebecca (Robert) Carver of Quincy, Ky. and Rhonda (Eric) Grooms of West Union; four brothers, Lloyd Buck Nesbitt, Tony Hodge, and Roby (Vonda) Hodge, Jr., all of Manchester, and Richard Nesbitt of Clintonville, Ky.; four sisters, Sandra (Fred) Owens and Mary (George) Griffith of Manchester, Dorothy (Gary) Urban of Florida, and Mildred Bennet of Cynthiana, Ky.; and 20 grandchildren.
Memorial services will be held at the convenience of the family.
Added by Debbie J on Aug 24, 2012 5:21 PM
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