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James Gregory Hodges

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The Hodges Family Collection contains correspondence, legal records, genealogical material, photographs, and other documentation of generations of the Hodges family from 1754 to 1979. Although the Hodges line of male descendants ended in 1893, marriages of female descendants have brought the Ainsworth, Armistead, Lindsay, Hook, and Korty families into direct line with the Hodges. Consequently, some of the material contains references to these other families. Most of the collection, however, centers on General John Hodges and two of his sons, Colonel James Gregory Hodges and William Henry Harrison Hodges.

 

Some of the highlights of the collection include Portsmouth during the Civil War, a bill of sale for slaves owned by the family, the list of Confederate prisoners at Camp Hamilton, and copies of photographs of family members.

 

Read more about the Hodges Family Collection in the finding aid.

 
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