|Cindy Hodgdon (#47890094)|
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Hodgdon/Hodsdon/Hodgden (and any other way you can spell the name!)
and many not listed! Let me know if you want to connect/something to share; something that I can share!
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Beverly Burnett, Daniel Scully, Donald Tucker, Donna (Strout) ..., Donna Goodwin, DWalt & Patti, In Memory, James Butzke, janet donner, Janice Gower, Kenneth Oliver, MerridyJ, Richard Bailey, Robert Hodsdon, Stone Finders, StorybehindtheS...
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|Risa Dennison||Adelbert A Hodgdon|
I am doing research on the family of Hilda Mae Dennison from Cutler. I found the name Adelbert A Hodgdon but am unable to make the connection between him and Hida Mae Dennison. Hilda had a sister Helena who married Loring Griffin, who was listed in the 1940 census as being a member of the Adelbert A Hodgdon household.
Another name I have is Ida A Cosseboom born 10-21-1886. Another name I am unable to connect.
If anyone has any information I would be most grateful.
|Jesse Lykken||RE: Donald Hodgdon|
No, but my great-great grandfather Ebenezer Hodgdon was, and then he moved to Minneapolis before the Civil War. One of his sons, Hannibal (who can be googled) died in a Union uniform. Ebenezer had 11 kids with his wife Jane, the youngest of which was Julia, my great-grandmother. Her daughter Gladys was the mother of my mom Harriet. My mother Harriet had a "cousin" named Donald Hodgdon (not a first cousin) who was a few years older than she. Donald had some serious trouble with the law and was taken in by my grand parents. Donald Hodgdon married a girl named Kathleen and they had two kids born in the late 50's, Leslie and Cindy. I'm not sure what happened to Cindy, but Donald and Les lived with my grandmother until she died. The quite interesting story of my branch of the family's move to Minnesota from Maine was written about in The Restless Ones, available on Amazon. It was written by my great aunt Beatrice, a Broadway actress who lived to be 104. Anyway, sorry to bug you. Cindy was certainly a popular name at one point. I just hope the one I knew in my childhood had a happy life and is thriving and happy. Thanks for getting back to me so quick, Jesse
Hi, Cindy. Are you Donald's daughter? If so, I remember you well. Harriet was my mother and Gladys my grandmother. I remember Kathleen as well, and Les, of course. Hope all is well with you. Jesse Lykken
|Jim||RE: Mary Pinette|
Thank you for your kind remarks but you give me too much credit.
I didn't "hunt" for your Mary as I take ALL the internments in a given cemetery. Plus, my wife's maiden name is Pinette.
Added by Jim on Nov 03, 2014 6:01 PM
|Tia Howe||RE: Mary Young|
You are SO VERY welcome :)
Added by Tia Howe on Oct 16, 2014 6:09 AM
|Patti Leland||RE: Alexander Hodgdon|
You're welcome. I added pictures to Lydia and William Hodgdon.
|Joyce Gaddis||RE: Samuel B Hutchinson|
You are welcome. I am glad I could help.
|Patti Leland||RE: Stephen Hodgdon|
You're welcome. If there is anything else in the Trenton area that I can do for you please let me know.
|David Hamilton||RE: Dr. Alexander L. Hodgdon|
No problem. I actually took Alexander's picture when I took Alpheus' but it wouldn't upload so I went back and retook it.
|Bobby||RE: William R Arno|
Thanks for the compliment. There is already a William Yarno listed. I walked the whole cemetery but did not find any Arno`s...tho there is alot of them with no markers. I didnt add Yarno as there is already one listed. but hey I found 33 requests today so it was good
Added by Bobby on Sep 06, 2014 9:02 PM
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