Hodge Family History & Genealogy

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  • Charles 1.5%
  • George 1.4%
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  • Richard 0.7%
  • Edward 0.7%
  • Margaret 0.7%
  • David 0.6%
  • Willie 0.6%
  • Dorothy 0.6%
  • Elizabeth 0.5%
  • Walter 0.5%
  • Hodge 0.5%
  • Helen 0.5%

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Linda Davis hi my story is so missed up but here goes.
my dad FRANK CARL HODGE,left home in his teens,the story has it that dad and his father got in to a fight because dad did something to were his father was going to turn dad into the police ,so dad was kicked out and never returned [external link] dad was 10 years older then my mom when they meet while traveling with the fair, when they went to get married dad told mom he better tell her his real name lol
so the name he was using in the fair was walter bronzeola,
im hoping that dad didnt change his last name to hodge if so hodge isnt my real surname
dods dob 1928, philadelphia,pa????
his parents etc may have moved to detroit,mich
all i have are my photos of his parents and twin sisters
see them at
http://.[external link]
then see my first album with 4 pics
thank you linda
Dec 01, 2002 · Reply
Linda Davis i have updated me email for lost hodge twins and my grandparents ect,my old email was hodge at [external link] new email is [contact link] or you can email me at [contact link].
i still havent found my twin aunts ect, i hope some one will look at my lost hodge photos and known them,
thank you linda hodge davis
Mar 31, 2007 · Reply
Heather Hodge I have been searching for years of my family tree...I don't have a lot of information- my fathers name is Vincent Hodge and his fathers name is Raymond Hodge (my grandfather) my great grandfathers name was Austin Frank Hodge- the only thing I really know is that they were originally from Lousiana, and for a time my grandfather was stationed in Germany with the army. He was a sergant there- he faught in both the world war II as well as the korean war. I know that he had a daughter with a woman while stationed there, and never met her. if any of this sound familiar, please get in touch with me! My name is Heather Hodge- I would love to find out my heritage!
Jan 12, 2008 · Reply
Kathi Max looking for info on William M. Hodge bn abt 1817-1818 KY i first found him in McLean Co,KY in 1860, 1870 in Muhlenberg Co,KY, Webster Co,KY in 1880 (where he died after 1880). His wife Margaret Emily Hodge went to Hopkins Co,KY with remaining children untill she died. Their children are as listed.. Nancy Ellen bn 1853/54 McLean Co,KY, Joseph H. bn 30 Mar 1866 McLean Co,KY, Zerilda F. bn 29 Jun 1857 McLean Co,KY, Ann E. bn 7 Mar 1859 McLean Co,KY, William Thomas bn Sept 1862 KY, Sarah "Sallie" M. bn 22 Sept 1864 KY, John Lee bn 31 Jan 1867 McLean Co,KY, Mary "Betty" Elizabeth bn 27 Mar 1871 KY, Lillie B. bn 16 May 1874 KY, Jane G./Jennie J. bn 21 Dec 1875/76 KY
Have been trying to find the parents of William M. Hodge and sibs. Cant find where he is burried when died in Webster Co,KY. If anyone knows any thing in his line please.. please contact me at [contact link] or on this site. have been searching for years. I have info on all children and wife of William M. Hodge till the present. If anyone needs anything let me know. thank you for your time.
Jul 09, 2010 · Reply
Tracie Gonzales I know my grandmother was raised by Lonnie and his wife M.E. Thompson but was born to Eva and a father named R. Hodge. The story is my grandmother ans her sister were rescued from their father who allowed men to take his daughters as a way to pay off his gambling debts (they were under 5 years of age at the time). I'm not convinced of this as few people remember details that happened when 2 years old until 5 years old and believe this was the story my grandmother and her sister were told when they asked about their father as early 1900s family and friends would often just take the children of a young widow or widower believing they were doing this in the childs best interest as widowed men weren't allowed to keep their daughters if they didn't have a woman caring fro the children and potential wife lined up to resume the mother role; widowed women were presumed unable to provide for children and less likely to be chosen for marriage if burdened with children from another man. I've not been able to find a birth record for my grandmother and have found only a death record for who I was told was her mother Mrs Eva Thompson Hodge who died in 1932 as a result of typhoid after childbirth. Yet I can't find this child and the family stories were it was after my grandmothers birth which is another lie as my grandmother was born in 1920 and typhoid killed in under 12 weeks and Eva's headstone has only her married name and child of L.D. and M.E. Thompson which is also strange because if M.E. was Eva's mother that means she gave birth to Eva at only 8 years of age and of Eva's little brother in late 30s and that young or late of a birth and living was not heard of in the early 1900s. My grandmothers name was Thelma Lurline but I'm not sure that was the name she was born with. I did find a birth record for who I was told was her mother on Choctaw (dawes. Roll ) for the exact same date of birth and born to Lonnie Thompson but mother is listed as G.Thompson so I'm lost and in a state of wondering who was telling the truth and why so many lies especially since my great grandmother Eva Thompson isn't even buried with her family according to cemetery records they only sold a headstone and no one is buried in that ploy
Aug 21, 2011 · Reply
Kanisha Gray I am trying to find the family of my Grand father. His name was Mathis Hodge born 06/28/1919. He had one daughter my mother. He died one month after I was born in October 1981. My mother doesn't know much about her father's family. He was married to a woman named Dina or Dena not sure how to spell it. If you are related to Mathis, Please reach out to me
Feb 15 · Reply