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1891 items, death of Mrs. Lenora Haynie Fogg Hodges, church campmeeting
Posted by: Nita (ID *****6995) Date: October 10, 2010 at 08:18:41
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Our Brother in Red
Muskogee, Oklahoma
July 11, 1891
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Ardmore District Campmeeting
Ardmore District campmeeting will begin at Mt. Springs, about ten miles west of Marietta, Thursday night, Aug. 20, to continue for 10 to 15 days... We will need a large arbor and I take the liberty to appoint Rev. J. R. HOLLAND, L. H. STUCKY, J. D. HODGE, and D. K. GLASCOW a committee to see to having an arbor built. ...
Written by J. N. MOORE, P. C.

Obituaries
Hodges
Mrs. LENORA E. HODGES departed this life June 1, 1891. Her maiden name was HAYNIE and she was born May 23, 1842 near Jackson in Madison County, Tennessee. She was married to JOHN L. FOGG, Sept. 5, 1860. He lived only two years and died July 8, 1863, and the result of this marraige was that one child was born to them which lived only a few months and died...She lived a widow four years and was married to MARK A. HODGES and in about two years thereafter moved to Arkansas where they lived happily together 18 year, when the husband died February 22, 1881. Sister Hodges remained in Arkansas until Nov. 1, 1888 when she removed to the Chickasaw Nation, I. T. She was converted when young and joined the M. E. Church South. She was ever a consistent and lived Godly, but was more consecrated after the death of her second than ever before.


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