Names: Hodlin

 

From: Jan Acker [shadyoaks@frontiernet.net]

Sent: Wednesday, November 29, 2006 8:16 PM

To: 'Jim Stebbings'

Subject: RE: History of Schuyler and Brown Co's - Query

 

Attachments: Hodling.jpg

 

Hi Jim,

 

On Ancestry.com you can share the census page so I sent it to you.  I also sent it to myself to see if I would receive it.  I did not receive it so I was not sure you would either, so I decided to send it to you as an attachment. 

 

As you can see, Ambrose, Eliz and Eliza are siblings.  Eliz must be Elizabeth.  You see this quite often.  Years ago a girl named Elizabeth seldom went by her given name.  My sister-in-laws name is Elizabeth and she goes by Lizzie. 

 

I hope this helps you out.  Please let me know if you received the census that I shared from Ancestry.com.  They need to know if it is not working properly.

 

Good luck in your research.

 

Jan

 

 

Dear Ms. Acker:

 

Since no volunteer to explicate the 1860 census for Brown Co. is noted, perhaps you can answer my question, which is:

 

Were Ambrose Hodlin (Hodling, Hoddlin) and Elizabeth Hodling (Hodlin,

Hoddlin) siblings, both children of William and Deborah Hodling, of Mt.

Sterling township?  There may be a complication in that a younger daughter, only 26 in 1880, was named Eliza, which could be confused.

 

Ambrose Hodling was enlisted in the Civil War as Hodlin and seems to be buried as Hodlin in Brown Co. (he is listed in the 1862 military census incorrectly as "Hoaling.")

 

Elizabeth Hodling was married to my great grandfather Jacob Hagel, apparently as as "Lizzie Hoddlin" in 1870, and moved to Kansas.

 

Thank you in advance,

 

Sincerely,

 

Jim Stebbings

 

James H. Stebbings

24W571 Mallard Ct.

Naperville, IL 60540

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

-----Original Message-----

From: Jim Stebbings [mailto:j.stebbings@worldnet.att.net]

Sent: Tuesday, November 28, 2006 9:08 PM

To: ShadyOaks@frontiernet.net

Subject: History of Schuyler and Brown Co's - Query

 

 

Dear Ms. Acker:

 

Since no volunteer to explicate the 1860 census for Brown Co. is noted,

perhaps you can answer my question, which is:

 

Were Ambrose Hodlin (Hodling, Hoddlin) and Elizabeth Hodling (Hodlin,

Hoddlin) siblings, both children of William and Deborah Hodling, of Mt.

Sterling township?  There may be a complication in that a younger daughter,

only 26 in 1880, was named Eliza, which could be confused.

 

Ambrose Hodling was enlisted in the Civil War as Hodlin and seems to be

buried as Hodlin in Brown Co. (he is listed in the 1862 military census

incorrectly as "Hoaling.")

 

Elizabeth Hodling was married to my great grandfather Jacob Hagel,

apparently as as "Lizzie Hoddlin" in 1870, and moved to Kansas.

 

Thank you in advance,

 

Sincerely,

 

Jim Stebbings

 

James H. Stebbings

24W571 Mallard Ct.

Naperville, IL 60540