|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.
Samuel Hodge, born, 1792, New York, husband of Amy Bump.
Please visit http://www.hodges-hodge-society.org/ for more information.
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|Sandy ||re: jodie fortner wilkerson|
Hi, i am interested in finding out about my maternal grandmother, i saw your post as i am looking for clues to find out about my mothers side of the family.. strange, huh? i saw that you had posted my grandmothers headstone and am hoping you can provide info.. i would like to know more and possibly find relatives.. i know nothing about my grandmothers family.. i think it will help with my research
thank you, sandy
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|LisaJo||Info added to Pvt Richard G Williams|
Thank you for the Information for Pvt Richard G Williams, I have added it to his Memorial page
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|Pat Harmatuk Baker||RE: Matthew Schenck|
You are very welcome...those ranges are a sad place but I LOVE the challenge of finding those that don't have a marker. And those babies.....breaks my heart.
|Lee Toniolo||Maude Eva Ridout Hodge|
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|Gene Wilt||W M Hodge|
Milledgeville Plymouth Cemetery
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Thanks for the information.
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Fayette County, Ohio 43160
|Eric Hodge||Minor Crayton Hodge|
Spoke with my family today, Minor Crayton is not the "Uncle Minner" my dad was referring to, that was Joseph Hodge (his actual uncle). I would be interested in finding out if there are any connections with Minor Crayton though, since he is buried in Tranquility.
That is me on Family Search, thanks for the added information. Almost all of my family is from southern Ohio, and I know that a lot are buried in Tranquility (perfect name), a lot are also buried at Roads Cemetery (a mile from where I grew up). Thanks again for all of the information on Garrett, it appears that his life isn't very well documented, but it's great to be able to fill in a few blanks at a time. I'll try to figure out where Minor Crayton fits in to my tree and I'll let you know what I unearth.
|Eric Hodge||RE: Help in Ohio|
Thank you so much for the help, I need to get my DNA tested to see where my branch of the Hodge tree comes from. I will do some investigating (talking to my grandmother and father) about Minor and where he fits (or if it's an entirely different Minor, or a nickname for someone else). It's frustrating getting stalled out at Garrett F Hodge, it appears he lived in a group home, when he died, I'm unsure of the situation that resulted in him and Margaret Tysor (Ticer/Tyser) not living together. Also, I wonder how common the interchange from Hodge/Hodges is? I've also seen Hodg for Garrett. Thanks again for the resources and if you need anything from Ohio let me know.
|Eric Hodge||Help in Ohio|
I am in need of help in Ohio, my great great grandfather is appearing to be a dead end. My dad's grandfather was Gilbert R Hodge (1874) and my dad talked about an "uncle Minor (pronounced it Minner)" that would be Minor Crayton Hodge (1883). But looking at everything on him, I can't find the relationship between Minor Crayton and Gilbert R. Any help would be greatly appreciated as it looks like our lines are intwined. Thanks!
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