James P. Herring1

M, #3925, b. circa 1847
MARRIAGE* James P. Herring married Harty Floyd, daughter of Shadrick Floyd and Esther Yearty.1 
Birth*circa 1847 He was born circa 1847.1 

Family

Harty Floyd b. 1833
Last Edited2 Mar 2004

Citations

  1. [S550] Rikke Love, "Rikki Love," e-mail to Margot Woodrough, Feb 2004.

Rebecca Hewitt

F, #103
Birth* Rebecca Hewitt was born at Ireland. 

Family

John Richmond
Child
Last Edited3 May 1999

Claude Simpson Hibbard

M, #2516
Father*/Hibbard/ (?)
Mother*Cordelia Ann Ogle
 Claude Simpson Hibbard was the son of /Hibbard/ (?) and Cordelia Ann Ogle
MARRIAGE* He married an unknown person.  
Biography*  This is the genealogist who wrote "The Origin of John Ogle, First of the Name in Delaware". This book was written after many years of research in both the United States as well as in Northumberland, England. 

Family

Child
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Francis Hibbard

M, #2518
Father*Claude Simpson Hibbard
Mother/Kirkley/ (?)
 Francis Hibbard was the son of Claude Simpson Hibbard
Last Edited5 Sep 2012

Francis H. Hibbard

M, #2629
Last Edited3 May 1999

Manson Hicklin

M, #673
MARRIAGE*8 July 1845 Manson Hicklin married Sarah Ann Alexander, daughter of /Alexander/ (?), on 8 July 1845.1 

Family

Sarah Ann Alexander
Last Edited23 Aug 1998

Citations

  1. [S31] Alexander Bible.

John Hicks

M, #4249
MARRIAGE*9 June 1839 John Hicks married Nancy Miller, daughter of William Miller and Nancy Bryant, on 9 June 1839 at Pulaski County, GA. 

Family

Nancy Miller b. 1821
Last Edited17 Dec 2005

Sarah A. Higdon1,2

F, #3191, b. 23 April 1820, d. after 1880
ChartsAnnie Jane Holland
Birth*23 April 1820 Sarah A. Higdon was born on 23 April 1820 at GA.3,2 
MARRIAGE*29 December 1836 She married John Holland, son of James Holland Sr., on 29 December 1836 at Laurens, GA.2 
MARRIAGE*11 November 1857 She married Archibald Harris Odom, son of James Madison Odom and Elizabeth Oden, on 11 November 1857 at Pulaski County, GA, P. 781 states that Archibald Odum married Sarah Holland. Marriage performed by I.C. Donaldson. I suspect this is J.C. Donaldson (a neighbor).4 
Death*after 1880 She died after 1880 She appeared on the 1880 census with son James B. in Cooke County Texas.2 
Name Variation  Sarah A. Higdon was also known as Sarah Holland. 
Married Name11 November 1857  As of 11 November 1857,her married name was Odom. 

Family 1

John Holland b. circa 1795, d. before 1857
Children

Family 2

Archibald Harris Odom b. 16 April 1822
Last Edited4 Aug 2015

Citations

  1. For years I had her as John's wife, but in 9-01 was told by Becky Nagle that she in fact was daughter and that wife was named Mary Little. Have no proof of this. Well in 2010 it turns out I was right all along. We have proof that she is mother of John Jasper Holland our ancestor.
  2. [S497] Becky Nagle, "Holland Correspondence," e-mail to Margot Woodrough, 2001.
  3. [S52] 1850 Census;.
  4. [S2] Harris, History of Pulaski County.

Dollie Bell Hill1

F, #3003, b. 15 December 1900, d. 12 October 1954
Father*Jim R. Hill1
Mother*Mary Jane Davis b. 16 Aug 1840, d. 24 Jun 1911; Doris Dixon gave birth date from "Coody Family History" however something is wrong here as her mother,Mary Jane Davis Hill, is said elsewhere to have married Elisha Barlow in 1881.1
Birth*15 December 1900 Dollie Bell Hill was born on 15 December 1900.1 
 She was the daughter of Jim R. Hill and Mary Jane Davis.1 
MARRIAGE*18 December 1921 She married John Hamilton Coody, son of John Thomas Coody and Ida McDonald, on 18 December 1921 at Bleckley County, GA.1 
Death*12 October 1954 She died on 12 October 1954 at age 53.1 
Married Name18 December 1921  As of 18 December 1921,her married name was Coody. 

Family

John Hamilton Coody b. 3 March 1897, d. 3 March 1925
Last Edited7 Apr 2000

Citations

  1. [S471] Letter, Doris Dixon to MVW, Feb 29 2000.

Jim R. Hill

M, #3000
MARRIAGE*14 November 1872 Jim R. Hill married Mary Jane Davis, daughter of Zenos Davis and Julia Ann Little, on 14 November 1872.1,2 

Family

Mary Jane Davis b. 16 August 1840, d. 24 June 1911
Children
Last Edited23 May 2000

Citations

  1. [S471] Letter, Doris Dixon to MVW, Feb 29 2000.
  2. [S2] Harris, History of Pulaski County.

Jim R. Hill Jr.

M, #3001
Father*Jim R. Hill
Mother*Mary Jane Davis b. 16 Aug 1840, d. 24 Jun 1911
 Jim R. Hill Jr. was the son of Jim R. Hill and Mary Jane Davis
MARRIAGE*25 October 1906 He married Minnie Lee Perkins on 25 October 1906 at Pulaski County, GA.1 

Family

Minnie Lee Perkins
Last Edited7 Apr 2000

Citations

  1. [S471] Letter, Doris Dixon to MVW, Feb 29 2000.

Lillian Hill

F, #3015
Father*Jim R. Hill
Mother*Mary Jane Davis b. 16 Aug 1840, d. 24 Jun 1911
 Lillian Hill was the daughter of Jim R. Hill and Mary Jane Davis
Last Edited7 Apr 2000

Plomer Hill

M, #3016
Father*Jim R. Hill
Mother*Mary Jane Davis b. 16 Aug 1840, d. 24 Jun 1911
 Plomer Hill was the son of Jim R. Hill and Mary Jane Davis
Last Edited7 Apr 2000

Axie Jane Hinson1

F, #3489
MARRIAGE*10 November 1901  On 10 November 1901 This date is a guess based on an E.J. Hinson married to J.D. Pusser.1,2 
Burial*1966 Axie Jane Hinson was buried in 1966 at Union Hill Baptist, Bleckley County, GA..3 
Married Name Her married name was Purser.1 
Married Name1 August 1912  As of 1 August 1912,her married name was Pusser.2 

Family

Joseph Donaldson Purser b. 4 September 1883, d. 31 October 1906
Child
Last Edited2 Aug 2015

Citations

  1. [S504] Kent Pusser, "Kent Pusser," e-mail to MVW, 1-2003.
  2. [S2] Harris, History of Pulaski County.
  3. [S502] June Adams, Betsy Smith Robin Mullis, Bleckley County, Georgia Cemeteries.

Joseph Edward Hinson

M, #4753, b. 27 August 1882, d. 22 January 1954
MARRIAGE* Joseph Edward Hinson married Leila M. Graham, daughter of James Graham and Lucy Clemtine Hobbs
Birth*27 August 1882 He was born on 27 August 1882. 
Death*22 January 1954 He died on 22 January 1954 at age 71. 

Family

Leila M. Graham b. 9 December 1884, d. 3 November 1957
Last Edited20 Sep 2007

Edward Hitchcock

M, #1047
MARRIAGE* Edward Hitchcock married Cecilia Marcella Ennis, daughter of Edward Thomas Ennis and Brigid Ann Egan

Family

Cecilia Marcella Ennis b. 27 June 1875
Last Edited14 Apr 1999

Jesse Lamar Hitchcock

M, #1513
MARRIAGE*16 June 1928 Jesse Lamar Hitchcock married Mary Lou Floyd, daughter of Will (Willie) E. Floyd and Sammie Munn, on 16 June 1928 Mary Lou Floyd, my mother, was born 31 Jul 1906 in Pulaski Co. She married Jesse Lamar Hitchcock. 

Family

Mary Lou Floyd b. 31 July 1906
Last Edited14 Jan 2008

Clayton H. Hixson

M, #236
Last Edited3 May 1999

Abigail Hobbs

F, #536
MARRIAGE* Abigail Hobbs married Charles Herndon Cooper, son of John Rudd Cooper and Mary Herndon
Married Name Her married name was Cooper. 

Family

Charles Herndon Cooper
Last Edited3 May 1999

Augustus Hobbs1

M, #4034
Mother*Elizabeth Odom1 b. 1808
 Augustus Hobbs was the son of Elizabeth Odom.1 
Last Edited28 Jun 2004

Citations

  1. [S52] 1850 Census;, He is shown living with parents and his grandmother Elizabeth abe 60.

Lucy Clemtine Hobbs1

F, #4726, b. October 1861
MARRIAGE* Lucy Clemtine Hobbs married James Graham, son of James Graham and Charlotte Butler.1 
Birth*October 1861 She was born in October 1861.1,2 
Married Name Her married name was Graham.1 

Family

James Graham b. 25 May 1855, d. 23 December 1904
Children
Last Edited21 Sep 2007

Citations

  1. [S579] Ed Harmond, "Harmond," e-mail to MVW, Feb 8 2006.
  2. [S59] 1900 Census;.

Thomas Hobson1

M, #2957, d. before 1654
ChartsWilliam Basse
MARRIAGE*5 September 1616 Thomas Hobson married Hester Basse, daughter of Humphrey Basse and Mary Buscher, on 5 September 1616 at England; Husband's name from Aug 30 1654 deposition. Location of marriage given as Stepney (I take this to be a church name).1,2 
Death*before 1654 He died before 1654 His wife is called Hester Hobson Bromley in the 1654 deposition. 
Employment* He was employed by Haberdasher
Mary (St.) de Coneyhope (Chapel of)

-At the eastern end of Cheapside, in the Poultry, in Coneyhope Lane, now Grocer's Hall Court. In Cheap Ward.

Annexed to the church of St. Mildred, Poultry.

First mention found in records : "St. Mary de Conehop," 1279 (Ct. H.W. I. 41).

Other names and forms : "Chapel of Coneop" (1279, ib. 42). "Capella de Conehop," 31 Ed. I. (Lib. Cust. I. 229). "Chapel of St. Mary de Conynghope," 1312 (Ct. H.W. I. 236). "Chapel of St. Mary del Conynghop," 1323 (ib. 305). "Chapel of St. Mary de Conynghoplane," 1349 (ib. 558). "Chapel in Conynghoplane," 1349 (ib. 576). Guild of Corpus Christi in chapel of "St. Mary de Conynghopelane," 1443 (ib. 501). "Corpus Christi chapell in the Pultry" (1500-21, Arnold's Chron. 254). "Chapell of corpus Christi in the Pultry," 1516 (Fabyan's Chr. 297). "Corpus Christi Chappell," 24 Eliz. (Lond. I. p.m P. 51).

This Fraternity or Guild of Corpus Christi was, Stow says, suppressed by Henry VIII. and purchased by Thomas Hobson, haberdasher (S. 265).

It appears from an Inquisition taken after the death of William Hobson in 24 Eliz that the property then consisted of his messuage newly built in which he dwelt, called Corpus Christi Chappell, with two shops adjoining (Lond. I. p.m. III. 51).

Stow says the chapel was founded by one Ionirunnes, a citizen of London in the time Edward III. (S. 265). But this must be an error, as the chapel is mentioned long before the reign of Edward III. There may also be an error in the name, and it is most likely that "Ionirunnes" is a mistake for John Mymmes, who had property in Coneyhope Lane and the neighbourhood in 1360. Indeed the family seem to have held property there from some time prior to 1279 down to the time of H. VIII., and Thomas de Mymmes bequeathed the residue of his estate in 1279 for the maintenance of a chantry in the chapel (Ct. H.W. I. 41).

Site now covered by Nos. 34 and 35 Poultry (Milbourne, p. 26).

he Poultrie; Parish church of S. Mildred.

Now to begin againe on the banke of the said Walbrooke, at the East end of the high streete, called the Poultrie on the north side thereof, is the proper Parish Church of S. Mildred, which Church was new builded vpon Walbrooke in the yeare 1457. Iohn Saxton then parson gaue 32. pounds towards the building of the new Quire, which now standeth vpon the course of Walbrooke. Louell and Puery, and Richard Keston, haue their arms in the East windowes as benefactors. The roofing of that church is garnished with the armes of Thomas Archehull, one of the Churchwardens, in the yeare 1455. who was there buried. Thomas Morsted Esquire and Chirurgion to king Henrie the fourth, fift, and sixt, one of the shiriffes of London, in the yeare 1436. gaue vnto this Church a parcell of ground, contayning in length from the course of Walbrooke, toward the West, 45. foot, and in bredth from the Church toward the north, 35. foot, beeing within the gate of Scalding wike in the said Parish, to make a Churchyard, wherein to burie their dead, Richard Shore Draper one of the shiriffes, 1505. gaue 15. pound for making a porch to this Church. Salomon Lanuare had a Chauntrie there in the 14. of Edward the second, Hugh Game had one other. Buried here as appeareth by monuments, Iohn Hildye Poulter, 1416. Iohn Kendall, 1468. Iohn Garland, 1476. Robert Bois, 1485. and Simon Lee Poulters, 1487. Thomas Lee of Essex Gentleman, William Hallingridge, Christopher Feliocke, 1494. Robert Draiton Skinner, 1484. Iohn Christopherson Doctor of Phisicke, 1524. William Turner Skinner, 1536. Blase White Grocer, 1558. Thomas Hobson Haberdasher, 1559. William Hobson Haberdasher, 1581. Tho. Tusser, 1580. with this Epitaph.

Here Thomas Tusser clad in earth doth lie,
That sometime made the poynts of husbandrie,
By him then learne thou maist, here learne we must,
When all is done we sleepe and turne to dust,
And yet through Christ to heauen we hope to go:
Who reades his bookes shall find his faith was so.

On the north side of the Churchyard remaine two Tombes of Marble, but not knowne of whom, or otherwise then by tradition, it is saide they were of Thomas Monshampe (fn. 1) , and William Brothers, about 1547. &c.

Counter in the Poultrie;Chappell of corpus Christi.

Some foure houses west from this Parish Church of saint Mildred, is a prison house pertaining to one of the shiriffes of London, and is called the Counter in the Poultrie. This hath beene there kept and continued time out of minde, for I haue not read of the originall thereof. West from this Counter was a proper Chappell, called of Corpus Christi, and saint Marie at Conie hope lane ende, in the Parish of saint Mildred, founded by one named Ionirunnes (fn. 2) a Citizen of London, in the raigne of Edward the third, in which Chappel was a Guild or fraternitie, that might dispend in lands, better then twentie pound by yeare: it was suppressed by Henrie the eight, and purchased by one Thomas Hobson, Haberdasher, he turned this Chappell into a faire Warehouse and shoppes, towardes the streete, with lodgings ouer them.

Conihope lane; Grocers hall purchased and builded.

Then is Conyhope lane, of old time so called of such a signe of three Conies hanging ouer a Poulters stall at the lanes end. With in this Lane standeth the Grocers hall, which companie being of old time called Pepperers, were first incorporated by the name of Grocers, in the yeare 1345. at which time they elected for Custos or Gardian of their fraternitie, Richard Oswin, and Laurence Haliwell and twentic brethren were then taken in, to be of their societie. In the yere 1411. the Custos or Gardian, & the brethren of this companie, purchased of the Lord Ro. Fitzwaters, one plot of ground with the building therevpon in the said Conyhope lane, for 320. markes, and then layd the foundation of their new common hall.

On the west side of the court formerly called Scalding alley, from having a scalding house in it for the use of the Poulterers in the Poultry, stands the church of St. Mildred Poultry; a rectory dedicated to a Sixon princess. This appears to be a very antient foundation: for in the 18 Edward III. we find it with the chapel of Corpus Christi and St. Mary de Coney-hope annexed. Which chapel of Corpus Christi and St. Mary stood at the end of Coney-hopelane, or the rabbet-market, now called Grocer's-alley; and being suppressed by king Henry VIII. on account of a fraternity founded therein, it was purchased by one Thomas Hobson, haberdasher, who turned the chapel into a warehouse. The patronage of St. Mildred's, before the Reformation, was in the convent and prior of St Mary Overies: but from the suppression of that religious house, it is in the crown, and the lord chancellor presents to the living. The old church, which had been rebuilt in 1450, was burnt down in 1666; and when this was rebuilt, the legislature annexed to it the parish of St. Mary Cole-church.

The present church, built at the public charge, but finished by the contributions of the parishioners, is a plain substantial stone building, enlightened by a series of large windows, and strengthened with rustic at the corners. The tower is crowned with a plain course, without pinnacles, turret, or any other ornament; except a clock, whose dial projects over the street. The rivulet called Wallbrook, which flowed through the city above ground until about the middle of the 14th century, when it was arched over, runs with a rapid stream under the steeple of this church, at the depth of about 16 feet. 
Note*1619 He The first English settlement in Isle of Wight County was begun by Capt. Christopher Lawne and his associates. Among the Associates were Nathaniel Basse and John Hobson both listed as gentlemen. I suspect John Hobson was the brother of Thomas Hobson. Here is a strange remark:

1614. July 19–22.     746. Court Minutes of the East India Company. Thos. Hobson, servant to Humphrey Basse, sworn a free brother. in 1619. 

Family

Hester Basse b. 3 July 1597
Last Edited17 Mar 2011

Citations

  1. [S545] Stephaun Paul, Feb 5 2004.
  2. [S1] Bass Family, Book, 1961 State Archives of Georgia.

Andrew J. Hodge1

M, #4420, b. 1841
Father*Elisha Hodge1 b. 1809
Mother*Elizabeth Anne Barefoot1 b. 1813
Birth*1841 Andrew J. Hodge was born in 1841.1 
 He was the son of Elisha Hodge and Elizabeth Anne Barefoot.1 
Last Edited22 Mar 2006

Citations

  1. [S54] 1860 Census;.

Benjamin Hodge1

M, #4421, b. 1844
Father*Elisha Hodge1 b. 1809
Mother*Elizabeth Anne Barefoot1 b. 1813
Birth*1844 Benjamin Hodge was born in 1844.1 
 He was the son of Elisha Hodge and Elizabeth Anne Barefoot.1 
Last Edited22 Mar 2006

Citations

  1. [S54] 1860 Census;.

Elisha Hodge1

M, #4419, b. 1809
Birth*1809 Elisha Hodge was born in 1809 at SC.1 
MARRIAGE*11 November 1833 He married Elizabeth Anne Barefoot, daughter of William "Billy" Barefoot and Elizabeth (?), on 11 November 1833.1,2 
CENSUS1860*1860  In 1860 They lived just a few doors away from Martha Graham who was widow of William Barefoot who was killed by Daniel Dees Graham, her son.3 
CENSUS1880*1880 He appeared on the Census in 1880 at Pulaski County, GA; His wife must be dead as he is shown as a boarder with Elizabeth Rollin. He lives very close to Shade Floyd.4 

Family 1

Elizabeth Anne Barefoot b. 1813
Children

Family 2

Child
Last Edited28 Jan 2009

Citations

  1. [S54] 1860 Census;.
  2. [S2] Harris, History of Pulaski County.
  3. [S454] George Lendrum,, "Essex Co., Va."
  4. [S56] 1880 Census;.
  5. [S52] 1850 Census;.
  6. [S55] 1870 Census;, This couple is too old to have a year old child. Wonder where she came from.

Elizabeth J. Hodge1

F, #4422, b. 1846
Father*Elisha Hodge1 b. 1809
Birth*1846 Elizabeth J. Hodge was born in 1846.1 
 She was the daughter of Elisha Hodge.1 
Last Edited22 Mar 2006

Citations

  1. [S54] 1860 Census;.

George Hodge1

M, #5126, b. 1835
Father*Elisha Hodge1 b. 1809
Mother*Elizabeth Anne Barefoot1 b. 1813
Birth*1835 George Hodge was born in 1835.1 
 He was the son of Elisha Hodge and Elizabeth Anne Barefoot.1 
Last Edited4 Aug 2008

Citations

  1. [S52] 1850 Census;.

James Joseph Hodge1,2

M, #4424, b. 1854
Father*Elisha Hodge1 b. 1809
Mother*Elizabeth Anne Barefoot1 b. 1813
Birth*1854 James Joseph Hodge was born in 1854.1 
 He was the son of Elisha Hodge and Elizabeth Anne Barefoot.1 
Last Edited22 Mar 2006

Citations

  1. [S54] 1860 Census;.
  2. [S55] 1870 Census;.

Mary Hodge1

F, #5128, b. 1839
Father*Elisha Hodge1 b. 1809
Mother*Elizabeth Anne Barefoot1 b. 1813
Birth*1839 Mary Hodge was born in 1839.1 
 She was the daughter of Elisha Hodge and Elizabeth Anne Barefoot.1 
Last Edited4 Aug 2008

Citations

  1. [S52] 1850 Census;.

Miles Hodge1

M, #4423, b. 1849
Father*Elisha Hodge1 b. 1809
Mother*Elizabeth Anne Barefoot1 b. 1813
Birth*1849 Miles Hodge was born in 1849.1 
 He was the son of Elisha Hodge and Elizabeth Anne Barefoot.1 
Last Edited22 Mar 2006

Citations

  1. [S54] 1860 Census;.