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Christian Hodges (Woodson)

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Henrico County, Province of Virginia
Death: 1774 (84-85)
Cumberland County, Province of Virginia, Colonial America
Place of Burial: Raines Tavern, Cumberland County, Virginia, United States
Immediate Family:

Daughter of John Woodson, III; John Woodson; Mary Woodson and Mary Woodson
Wife of Thomas Hodges and Thomas Hodges
Mother of Mary Hodges; Delany Hodges; Robert Hodges; Drury Hodges; Welcome William Hodges and 6 others
Sister of Joseph Woodson; Samuel Tucker Woodson; Mary Jane Woodson; Elizabeth Cox and Benjamin Woodson

Managed by: Denise Celeste Frederick
Last Updated:

About Christian Hodges

Christian Hodges (born 1689 in Henrico County VA, died 1774) was the daughter of John & Mary Tucker Woodson. She was buried on a trace of land just off Willis' Creek, Cumberland County, Virginia

She married 1704 Henrico County, Virginia to Thomas Hodges (son of Thomas Hodge b 1651 Kent, England & Christian Monkton)

Children of this Union are:

  1. Robert Hodges, b 1705 ~ d Dec 1771
  2. Welcome William Hodges, b 1706 ~ d 1772
  3. John Hodges, b 1708 ~ d 11 Oct 1805
  4. Edmund Hodges, b 17 Dec 1709 ~ d 17 Feb 1782
  5. Drury Hodges, b 1711 ~ d 25 Nov 1771
  6. Thomas Jr. Hodges, b 1714 ~ d 25 Nov 1771
  7. Delany Hodges, b 1719 ~ d 1798
  8. Elinore Hodges, b ? ~ d ?
  9. Mary Hodges, b ? ~ d ?

Thomas Hodges Last WILL dated Nov 1749 in Cumberland County, Virginia


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Christian Hodges's Timeline

1689
1689
Henrico County, Province of Virginia
1702
1702
Cumberland, Cumberland County, VA, United States
1704
1704
1704
Henrico County, Province of Virginia, Colonial America
1705
1705
Cumberland, Cumberland County, VA, United States
1706
1706
Cumberland, VA, United States
1709
December 17, 1709
Pittsylvania County, Virginia, Colonial America