Here is an excerpt from "Hudgins, Virginia to Texas" by Edgar H. Hudgins, 1983. ISBN 0-89896-002-9:
Page 158: "That same month, Rachel Ann's bachelor son, Green Clay Hudgins, 35 years of age, married Flora Ella Morris, age 18 years. They had met at Chappell Hill, Texas, and were married on October 2, 1889. Flora Ella had a sister, Corrie Morris, who married one of Rachel Ann's grandsons, Mentor Taylor."
Page 160: "Green C. Hudgins and his wife Flora Ella, became parents for the first time when a son, Taylor Joel Hudgins, was born on October 22, 1890."
Page 162: "On June 12, 1893, the day after the marriage of Humphrey Hudgins of Chappell Hill, the second child of Green and Flora Ella Hudgins was born in Hungerford. He was named Carlton Richey Hudgins."
Page 166: "Green C. and Flora Ella Hudgins became the parents of a third son on October 15, 1895. The baby boy was named High Milton Hudgins."
Page 174: "Only eight days after making and signing the will, Green Clay Hudgins died on February 14, 1897, at his residence in Quinan, Wharton County, Texas, and was buried in the Hudgins Cemetery, near the West Bernard Creek in the A. Jackson League that had been in the Hudgins family since 1850."
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