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Re: Hudgins/Holifield/Robertson Family
Posted by: Eric Poe Date: June 25, 2001 at 15:29:13
In Reply to: Re: Hudgins/Holifield/Robertson Family by KWatts of 691

I was so excited to hear from you, and that you had information on that line of the Hudgins family, that I didn't even tell you about my interest in them.

Andrew Daniel "Dan" Hudgins is a brother to Mary Melissa. He's my great-great-grandfather. He remained in Alabama, but moved from Clay County to St. Clair County.

Their brother, Lisco, also moved to St. Clair County. By 1900, all of the Hudgins relatives were living there.

Here's a website I made for a Hudgins Reunion that is held every June in Alabama:

I've put a little information on there about the Hudgins history. (I've included some of the things about Mary Melissa that you sent me. I hope that's okay.)

Anyway, we've had a hard time finding information on the father/s of these three. It seems that their mother's maiden name may have been Hudgins (I've heard this, but don't have any proof.) The three children each got the surname Hudgins.

Margaret Delilah "Lila", their mother went on to marry a man named James Henry Holderfield. They had at least six more children.

So, which of William Robertson's children is your ancestor?



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