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Re: Thomas Miller Hodge-Oklahoma - Texas
Posted by: Jeannine Hodge (ID *****9173) Date: May 10, 2007 at 16:02:34
In Reply to: Thomas Miller Hodge-Oklahoma - Texas by Martin Weeks of 3505

I have some data on a Hardin County Tennessee Hodge family that includes some of the same names that you have. The family I have data for: William F. Hodge. He was married in Mecklenburg Co. N.C. migrated to Hardin Co. TN. You will find him in the 1850 Census-Hardin Co. TN.. He was married 3 times and I do have some of his children names. One of his sons was Robert LeRoy Hodge born 24 June 1844 N.C. You can find him in the 1880 census (Familysearch.org) listed as Lee Hodge in Hardin Co. TN.. His wife was Everena. He has three children listed as: Lucy 9, Joseph 4, and Addie 3. Another of his chidlren was Henry. Lucy did marry a Wilson. Robert Leroy Hodge was in the civil war, is found in the 1890 war census living in Hunt County Texas. He died there in 1910, buried Mt Carmel Cemetery, Wolfe City, Texas. Lucy Hodge Wilson b 17 May 1871 and d 25 Dec 1912 is also buried in the same cemetery. Henry is buried in a cemetery near Sulphur Springs, Texas. Addie is a male. I met and talked with some members of this family some years ago. At that time I was told that there were descendents in Oklahoma City. I do not have any information about Thomas Miller or Wallace Millard to help you. If you find a relationship I would appreciate any additional data, especially if mine is wrong. Thanks, Jeannine Hodge


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