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Tishomingo Mississppi Hodges

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Boy, William.. are you right!

Crystal (View posts)
Posted: 22 Apr 2000 8:48AM GMT
Lol.. it's just like horsetraining. Everyone has an opinion rumored to be fact:-)

Oh, I just remembered something from ye olde school termpaper on genealogy: Hodges, Rodgers, and (oops, forgot) someone else came from Lower Germany. Hodges is a common name among the middle to upper class folks over there, after the Middle Ages.

Mine are mainly from Alabama, Tennessee, and the grand old south (GEEZ, that explains SO MUCH). They were a backwards bunch, not really getting into plumbing and actual tractors (we picked cotton in Harvest Ala. until the late 60's, I think?) or anything like that until my branch moved "up north", to Chicago. Valley View.

I have SO many CRAZY stories about them. We were like the Clampetts, for REAL. We had an Ashley Hodges in with Lee, then later, a Casey Hodges in with Patton, not to mention quite a few... behind bars, LOL.

Ah, the gene pool that courses through me.
I'm sticking to raising COLTS, not KIDS, LOL
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
JGoodin5504 11 Apr 2000 7:32PM GMT 
JSmid1675 13 Apr 2000 10:21PM GMT 
Crystal Hodges 17 Apr 2000 3:00PM GMT 
Andrea Hodges 17 Apr 2000 7:06PM GMT 
William Sloan 22 Apr 2000 2:27PM GMT 
Crystal 22 Apr 2000 2:48PM GMT 
kbl617 17 Aug 2001 3:29AM GMT 
Julie Smid 23 Aug 2001 10:11PM GMT 
kbl617 24 Aug 2001 12:54AM GMT 
Pineappletea6... 24 Aug 2001 1:08AM GMT 
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