Archive for category HUDGINS
Descendants of Samuel Hudgins
Generation No. 1
1. SAMUEL2 HUDGINS (PHILLIP1) was born 08 May 1756 in Brunswick Virginia, and died 1834 in Robertson County Tennessee.
He married ELIZABETH LANIER 1781 in Brunswick County Virginia, daughter of NICHOLAS LANIER and MARY REESE. She was born 1750 in Brunswick Virginia, and died 1830 in Robertson County Tennessee.
Notes for SAMUEL HUDGINS:
Served in Rev.War as Private under Capt.James LUCAS in the 4th Virginia Regiment of Foot Soldiers. Enlisted 9 March 1776 for 2 years.
Between the years of 1818-1820 he moved from North Carolina to Robertson County Tennessee, bought 175 acres from Thomas YATES for $500.00; located on the waters of Red River. Willed 1/2 to wife and 1/2 to son Benjamin
Info By Georgine(Wiebusch)Clayton Danville Illinois 1983
Harold Harrison <firstname.lastname@example.org> Jan 17 1999
Jan Lawson <email@example.com> Apr 19 2001
“Saga of Southern Illinois” 1976
Children of SAMUEL HUDGINS and ELIZABETH LANIER are:
2. i. ELIZABETH “BETSY”3 HUDGINS, b. 1774, Brunswick County Virginia; d. 1810.
3. ii. HARRISON HUDGINS, b. 1784, Brunswick County Virginia; d. 1834.
iii. ANNA HUDGINS, b. 1785, Brunswick County Virginia; d. Robertson County Tennessee; m. MATTHEW DOSS, 15 Aug 1818, Stoles County North Carolina.
iv. SARAH L HUDGINS, b. 1782, Brunswick County Virginia; d. Logan County Kentucky; m. RICHARD GRAHAM, 1803, Stoles County North Carolina.
Notes for RICHARD GRAHAM:
Info By Georgine(Wiebusch)Clayton Danville Illinois 1983
Harold Harrison <firstname.lastname@example.org> Jan 17 1999
v. POLLY HUDGINS, b. 1787, Brunswick County Virginia; m. FNU EVANS.
vi. SAMUEL JR HUDGINS.
4. vii. BENJAMIN HUDGINS, b. 1794, Brunswick County Virginia; d. 1880, Saline County Illinois.
Generation No. 2
2. ELIZABETH “BETSY”3 HUDGINS (SAMUEL2, PHILLIP1) was born 1774 in Brunswick County Virginia, and died 1810.
She married FNU DUER.
Child of ELIZABETH HUDGINS and FNU DUER is:
i. JOHN4 DUER.
3. HARRISON3 HUDGINS (SAMUEL2, PHILLIP1) was born 1784 in Brunswick County Virginia, and died 1834.
He married COLAND BENNETT 1804 in Stoles County North Carolina.
Children of HARRISON HUDGINS and COLAND BENNETT are:
i. SAMUEL4 HUDGINS.
ii. MARY HUDGINS.
iii. ELIZABETH HUDGINS.
4. BENJAMIN3 HUDGINS (SAMUEL2, PHILLIP1) was born 1794 in Brunswick County Virginia, and died 1880 in Saline County Illinois.
He married ELIZABETH BENNETT 03 Sep 1817, daughter of RICHARD BENNETT and MARY CROOK. She was born 1798 in Stokes County North Carolina, and died 1860 in Saline County Illinois.
Children of BENJAMIN HUDGINS and ELIZABETH BENNETT are:
5. i. ASA HARRISON4 HUDGINS, b. 1818, Stokes County North Carolina; d. 1917, Eldorado Illinois.
ii. SAMUEL HUDGINS, b. 1820, Smith County Tennessee; d. Oct 1875; m. NANCY MCCLUSKY, 22 Nov 1839.
iii. JULIANN ELIZABETH HUDGINS, b. 1821, Smith County Tennessee; m. JOHN MCCLUSKY, 1839, Shawneetown Illinois.
6. iv. JAMES R HUDGINS, b. 16 Dec 1822, Smith County Tennessee; d. 11 Oct 1875, Eldorado Illinois.
v. WILLIAM E HUDGINS, b. 1824, Smith County Tennessee; m. ELIZABETH E.
vi. JANE HUDGINS, b. 1825; m. WALTER MCDANIEL.
7. vii. AMBROSE PIE HUDGINS, b. 1826, Robertson County Tennessee.
viii. ELIZABETH HUDGINS, b. 1829, Robertson County Tennessee; d. 1860; m. GEORGE W LOWE.
8. ix. JOHN WESLEY HUDGINS, b. 1830, Robertson County Tennessee; d. 06 Apr 1874, Clear Lake Arkansas.
9. x. MATTHEW DOSS HUDGINS, b. 1832, Robertson County Tennessee; d. 29 Jan 1893, Blytheville Mississippi County Arkansas.
10. xi. THOMAS JEFFERSON HUDGINS, b. 12 Mar 1834, Robertson County Tennessee; d. 05 Aug 1918, Eldorado Illinois.
xii. GEORGE W HUDGINS, b. 1838, Robertson County Tennessee; d. 1899, Gallatin County Illinois.
Generation No. 3
5. ASA HARRISON4 HUDGINS (BENJAMIN3, SAMUEL2, PHILLIP1) was born 1818 in Stokes County North Carolina, and died 1917 in Eldorado Illinois.
He married MARY LOWE 31 Jul 1845 in Gallatin County Illinois, daughter of MARCUS LOWE and SARAH LOWE. She was born 03 Apr 1828 in Tennessee, and died 01 Dec 1887 in Eldorado Illinois.
Children of ASA HUDGINS and MARY LOWE are:
11. i. JAMES R5 HUDGINS, b. 01 Oct 1846, Eldorado Illinois; d. 07 Oct 1890, Eldorado Illinois.
ii. SARAH E HUDGINS, b. 1849, Eldorado Illinois.
iii. MARY JANE HUDGINS, b. 29 Oct 1850, Eldorado Illinois; d. 09 May 1854, Eldorado Illinois.
iv. COLUMBUS M HUDGINS, b. 05 Sep 1852, Eldorado Illinois; d. White County Illinois.
Notes for COLUMBUS M HUDGINS:
Dr Columbus M Hudgins – Practiced Medicine at; Keokuk, Indiana, Evansville, Indiana, New Haven, Illinois & Omaha, Nebraska
v. PHOEBE HUDGINS, b. 1855, Eldorado Illinois.
12. vi. JOHN W HUDGINS, b. 1857, Eldorado Illinois.
vii. MIRIAN HUDGINS, b. 1859, Eldorado Illinois.
13. viii. GEORGE A HUDGINS, b. 03 Apr 1862, Eldorado Illinois; d. 29 Jan 1925, East St Louis Missouri.
ix. COMMODORE HUDGINS, b. 1867, Eldorado Illinois.
14. x. EDWARD S HUDGINS, b. 05 Apr 1868, Eldorado Illinois; d. 21 Feb 1893, Eldorado Illinois.
xi. WILLIAM HARRISON HUDGINS, b. 07 Oct 1869, Eldorado Illinois; d. 23 Oct 1901, Eldorado Illinois.
xii. HARRIET HUDGINS, b. 1874, Eldorado Illinois.
xiii. BENJAMIN HUDGINS.
6. JAMES R4 HUDGINS (BENJAMIN3, SAMUEL2, PHILLIP1) was born 16 Dec 1822 in Smith County Tennessee, and died 11 Oct 1875 in Eldorado Illinois.
He married JULIA ANN ENSMINGER. She was born 15 Jan 1825 in Illinois, and died 28 Jul 1901 in Garden Heights Saline County Illinois.
Child of JAMES HUDGINS and JULIA ENSMINGER is:
15. i. JAMES M5 HUDGINS.
7. AMBROSE PIE4 HUDGINS (BENJAMIN3, SAMUEL2, PHILLIP1) was born 1826 in Robertson County Tennessee.
He married LUCY P. She was born 1826 in Tennessee.
Children of AMBROSE HUDGINS and LUCY P are:
i. JASPER5 HUDGINS, b. 1851, Illinois.
ii. MARGARET HUDGINS, b. 1852, Illinois.
iii. CHARLES HUDGINS, b. 1854, Illinois.
iv. JAMES HUDGINS, b. 1858, Illinois.
v. JULIA HUDGINS, b. 1863, Illinois.
vi. THOMAS HUDGINS, b. 1865, Illinois.
vii. FRED H HUDGINS, b. 1867, Illinois.
viii. MOLLIE HUDGINS, b. 1868, Illinois.
ix. FRANKLIN HUDGINS, b. 1872, Illinois.
8. JOHN WESLEY4 HUDGINS (BENJAMIN3, SAMUEL2, PHILLIP1) was born 1830 in Robertson County Tennessee, and died 06 Apr 1874 in Clear Lake Arkansas.
He married (1) MARTHA 1850.
He married (2) SUSAN E SKELTON 06 Apr 1864 in Illinois.
Notes for JOHN WESLEY HUDGINS:
Company “K” 6th Illinois Calvery
M.O.Hudgins & Mary Ann Hudgins of Mississippi County Arkansas, signed depositions relating to John’s application for a disability pension
Children of JOHN HUDGINS and MARTHA are:
i. ELIZABETH JANE5 HUDGINS, d. 06 Sep 1875, Clear Lake Arkansas.
ii. GEORGE J HUDGINS.
iii. JOHN JR HUDGINS.
9. MATTHEW DOSS4 HUDGINS (BENJAMIN3, SAMUEL2, PHILLIP1) was born 1832 in Robertson County Tennessee, and died 29 Jan 1893 in Blytheville Mississippi County Arkansas.
He married MARY ANN SKELTON 26 Jan 1855 in Illinois. She died 1893 in Blytheville Mississippi County Arkansas.
Notes for MATTHEW DOSS HUDGINS:
Mrs Eula HASSKARL desc of M O Hudgins
Rt 4 Box 268
Ada Oklahoma 74820
Matt was the blacksmith. He and Mary Ann were a devoted couple, and they died within two weeks of each other. They are buried in the northwest corner of the cemetery, but there were no markers. After 1907, the city refrained from burying any more people, and only three large tombstones were left for decoration. Concrete paths were made, and a beautiful fountain erected in the center of the abandoned cemetery. The other remaining graves were embedded in blocks of cement along the south side of the cemetery next to the sidewalk.
Blytheville Cemetery (Old)
Children of MATTHEW HUDGINS and MARY SKELTON are:
i. ELIZABETH5 HUDGINS, b. 1856, Illinois; d. Bef. 1870.
16. ii. JOSEPH G HUDGINS, b. 1857, Illinois.
iii. HENRY H HUDGINS, b. 1859, Illinois; d. Bef. 1870.
iv. PLEASANT A HUDGINS, b. 1864, Eldorado Illinois; d. Bef. 1880.
v. OSCAR HUDGINS, b. 1871, Osceola Arkansas; d. 1904, Blytheville Mississippi County Arkansas; m. SUSIE RICHARDSON, 1892, Arkansas; b. 1874; d. 1931.
vi. PERNOLA PALMER HUDGINS, b. 19 Apr 1875, Osceola Arkansas; d. 29 Jan 1927, Blytheville Mississippi County Arkansas; m. LUKE IDUMEA RICHARDSON, 1891, Arkansas; b. 1868; d. 1951.
vii. MINNIE F HUDGINS, b. 1878, Osceola Arkansas; d. Blytheville Mississippi County Arkansas; m. CHARLEY HART, 10 Oct 1910, Blytheville Arkansas.
10. THOMAS JEFFERSON4 HUDGINS (BENJAMIN3, SAMUEL2, PHILLIP1) was born 12 Mar 1834 in Robertson County Tennessee, and died 05 Aug 1918 in Eldorado Illinois.
He married (1) ARTEMISA ENDICOTT. She was born 1836 in Montgomery County Tennessee, and died 1912 in Eldorado Saline County Illinois. He married (2) ORENE BAIN 1860.
Notes for THOMAS JEFFERSON HUDGINS:
Uncle TOM HUDGINS, one of the oldest residents of this county, died at his home north of Eldorado Monday after a lingering illness of internal cancer. Mr. Hudgins was 84 years old and was a highly respected and well known citizen. He is survived by three sons, Rev. J. L. Hudgins of Nashville, Tenn., Richard of Eldorado and Ben F. of Cairo, and a daughter, Mrs. Ed Burns of Johnston City. Funeral services were held at Wolf Creek cemetery Tuesday morning at 10:00 o’clock.
Children of THOMAS HUDGINS and ARTEMISA ENDICOTT are:
i. RICHARD5 HUDGINS.
ii. BENJAMIN F HUDGINS, d. Cairo Illinois.
iii. FNU HUDGINS, m. ED BURNS, Johnson City Illinois.
Generation No. 4
11. JAMES R5 HUDGINS (ASA HARRISON4, BENJAMIN3, SAMUEL2, PHILLIP1) was born 01 Oct 1846 in Eldorado Illinois, and died 07 Oct 1890 in Eldorado Illinois.
He married ELIZABETH MARGRAVES. She was born 1854 in Saline County Illinois.
Child of JAMES HUDGINS and ELIZABETH MARGRAVES is:
i. MARY JANE6 HUDGINS, b. 21 Jul 1879; d. 11 Dec 1935, Alton Illinois; m. SYLANNES HARRELSON, 12 Jan 1908; b. 05 Nov 1882, Gallatin County Illinois; d. 13 Dec 1966, Daytona Beach Florida.
12. JOHN W5 HUDGINS (ASA HARRISON4, BENJAMIN3, SAMUEL2, PHILLIP1) was born 1857 in Eldorado Illinois.
He married ADA E BOYD, daughter of THOMAS BOYD and MARY YOUNG. She was born 06 Dec 1865, and died 09 May 1896 in Douglas County Illinois.
Children of JOHN HUDGINS and ADA BOYD are:
i. GOLDEN6 HUDGINS.
ii. INFANT HUDGINS, b. 20 May 1888; d. Douglas County Illinois.
iii. GERTIE HUDGINS, b. 22 Oct 1890; d. Douglas County Illinois.
iv. GEORGE GARLAND L. HUDGINS, d. 17 Mar 1962, Edgar County Illinois; m. CORA A.
Notes for GEORGE GARLAND L. HUDGINS:
Lived at Paris Illinois
Adopted 1940 – Denver Dale WAGGONER born 1935
13. GEORGE A5 HUDGINS (ASA HARRISON4, BENJAMIN3, SAMUEL2, PHILLIP1) was born 03 Apr 1862 in Eldorado Illinois, and died 29 Jan 1925 in East St Louis Missouri.
He married (1) CARRIE SIBULSKI.
He married (2) ELLEN OSCO BOYD 1881 in Eldorado Illinois, daughter of THOMAS BOYD and MARY YOUNG. She was born 16 Jul 1861 in Eldorado Illinois, and died 04 May 1897 in Eldorado Illinois.
Notes for GEORGE A HUDGINS:
George Hudgins middle name possibly “Washington”
Children of GEORGE HUDGINS and ELLEN BOYD are:
i. ZELMA6 HUDGINS, b. 24 Mar 1882, Eldorado Illinois; d. 25 Dec 1965, Chester Illinois; m. FRED EGGERS, 1903.
ii. ZADA HUDGINS, b. 21 Jul 1884, Eldorado Illinois; d. 10 Dec 1963, Danville Illinois; m. GEORGE HENRY WIEBUSCH, 21 Jan 1903.
iii. BASIL HUDGINS, b. 05 Jun 1886, Eldorado Illinois; d. 20 Aug 1886, Eldorado Illinois.
iv. VERSA HUDGINS, b. 19 Oct 1888, Eldorado Illinois; d. 05 Feb 1950, Danville Illinois; m. CLAUDE WATSON, 01 Jul 1907.
v. EDITH LILLIAN HUDGINS, b. 29 Jul 1893, Eldorado Illinois; d. 25 Jul 1992, Myrtle Point, Coos Bay County Oregon; m. GEORGE EARNEST SUMMERS, 1916.
vi. INFANT HUDGINS, b. 05 Jan 1897, Eldorado Illinois; d. 26 Jan 1897, Eldorado Illinois.
vii. BURDETT RODERICK HUDGINS, b. 27 Feb 1900, Chester Illinois; d. 1984, Collinsville, Illinois; m. MARY BERNICE BALOJAC.
14. EDWARD S5 HUDGINS (ASA HARRISON4, BENJAMIN3, SAMUEL2, PHILLIP1) was born 05 Apr 1868 in Eldorado Illinois, and died 21 Feb 1893 in Eldorado Illinois.
He married (1) ROSIE. She was born 23 Feb 1873, and died 08 Jan 1959 in Saline County Illinois.
He married (2) FNU SLOAN.
Notes for EDWARD S HUDGINS:
Buried Wesley Chapel
Notes for ROSIE:
Buried Zion M E Church Saline County Illinois
Child of EDWARD HUDGINS and ROSIE is:
i. JAMES EARNEST6 HUDGINS, b. 20 Aug 1891; d. 13 May 1914, Eldorado Illinois.
15. JAMES M5 HUDGINS (JAMES R4, BENJAMIN3, SAMUEL2, PHILLIP1)
He married NANCY E.
Child of JAMES HUDGINS and NANCY E is:
i. CHARLES C6 HUDGINS, b. 1873, Saline County Illinois; d. 1873, Saline County Illinois.
16. JOSEPH G5 HUDGINS (MATTHEW DOSS4, BENJAMIN3, SAMUEL2, PHILLIP1) was born 1857 in Illinois.
He married JENNIE BRANDON 21 Aug 1879. She was born 1868 in Arkansas.
Child of JOSEPH HUDGINS and JENNIE BRANDON is:
i. RILLA6 HUDGINS, b. 1881, Mississippi County Arkansas; m. (1) JOE HILL; b. 1879; m. (2) HENRY SPAIN.
*** OSCAR HUDGINS,(MATTHEW DOSS4, BENJAMIN3, SAMUEL2, PHILLIP1) Was Born 1871, Osceola, Arkansas; Died 1904, Blytheville Mississippi County Arkansas;
Married SUSIE RICHARDSON in 1892, Arkansas; b. 1874; d. 1931.
Children Of Oscar And Susie(RICHARDSON) HUDGINS:
i. EGBERT DORSE HUDGINS born 1894 Blythville Arkasas died 1967 Orange Home Florida Married ARBIE BELL LEMONS born 1905 died 1995 In Wildwood Florida
Egbert And Arbie Bell had 11 children, One died in infancy…
1. RAMONA EFFIE HUDGINS born 1925 married FNU MCLEMORE, She died in Leesburg Florida
2. JOE HUDGINS
3. FRANCIS HUDGINS
4. PERRY HUDGINS
5. BETTY HUDGINS
6. WILL HUDGINS
7. EMMA HUDGINS
8. EARL HUDGINS
9. JAMES HUDGINS
10. MARY HUDGINS
17. REV JOSEPH LANE5 HUDGINS (THOMAS JEFFERSON4, BENJAMIN3, SAMUEL2, PHILLIP1) was born 09 Nov 1857 in Saline County Illinois, and died 11 Jul 1939 in Nashville Danidson CountyTennessee.
He married CYNTHIA A. PINNELL, daughter of WILLIAM PINNELL and MANERVA BROWN. She was born 01 Aug 1862 in Saline County Illinois, and died 13 Sep 1943 in Nashville Danidson CountyTennessee.
Notes for REV JOSEPH LANE HUDGINS:
Rev Joseph Lane Hudgins
Birth: Nov. 9, 1856
Illinois, USADeath: Jul. 11, 1939
“Well Done, Thou Good and Faithful Servant”
REV. J. L. HUDGINS, one of the widest known ministers in the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, passed to his eternal reward from his home in Nashville, Tenn., Tuesday, July 11, at 9 o’clock p.m., aged 82 years. His funeral was conducted at the Marshall Funeral Home, Nashville, Thursday morning, July 13, by Rev. C. M. Zwingle, assisted by Revs. W. H. McLeskey and Geo. W. Sparks. Cumberland Presbyterian ministers from Nashville and other places were the honorary pallbearers. His body was carried to Union City, Tenn., for interment, where a service was held at the grave by Revs. W. B. Cunningham and B. J. Reagin. Accompanying the remains from Nashville were Revs. George W. Sparks, J. W. Stiles, S. O. McAdoo, and Elder C. C. Brock.
Rev. J. L. Hudgins was born near Eldorado, Ill., where he taught school previous to giving his entire time to the gospel ministry of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. His first pastorate was at Mt. Oval, in Ewing-McLin Presbytery, near Norris City, Ill. At one time he was the pastor of the Cumberland Church where Senator Borah at that time held his membership; and was also the pastor of the church where William Jennings Bryan was converted and with which church he united. Brother Hudgins was the pastor at Washington, Ind., Eldorado, Ill., Union City, Tenn., and other places. I remember hearing him tell about conducting a revival for a preacher in another denomination, when the pastor of the church was converted.
In 1910 Brother Hudgins was elected editor of The Cumberland Presbyterian, resigning the pastorate of the Union City Church to wield a powerful editorial pen. He held the editorship for sixteen years, and a part of that time he was also general manager of the publishing house. When the Cumberland Presbyterian Church lost its large publishing building and printing plant in the exodus from the church, Brother Hudgins printed a few issues of the church paper on a mimeograph. Through that medium he appealed to loyal Cumberlands for funds to purchase type and presses to continue the publication of the church paper, and his appeal netted $15,000.00. From that modest start, he added an up-to-date printing plant, and purchased the office building and erected the building we now use as a printing plant. The Cumberland Presbyterian Publishing House is a monument to his loyalty, genius, sacrifice, and faith in the Cumberland Church. Various offers were made to induce him to go with those who went into another denomination, but he declared that as long as J. L. Hudgins lived there would be one Cumberland Presbyterian.
When he retired as editor he was employed by the Woman’s Board in raising the Ashburn-Graf Endowment Fund. After that, the General Assembly appointed him manager of the ministerial Endowment Fund, which position he held to the day of his death. He was known as “the best money raiser in the church,” adding, through his solicitation, something like $500,000.00 to the various enterprises of the church.
Brother Hudgins was one of the most forceful ministers of the church, a great orator and pleasing speaker who attracted crowds and held the interest of hearers.
When Brother Hudgins retired as editor, his interest in the work of publication did not cease, and he remained an active counsellor and personal friend of those in charge of the publishing house. When the present editor was elected, Brother Hudgins was the first person to write his congratulations, and to say, “If there is anything I can do to assist you in any part of the work, command my services.” As long as he was able, he visited regularly the office, and was always gratified over any success that had come to the publication interests.
Besides his wife, he is survived by two sons and one daughter: Paul Hudgins, Eldorado, Ill.; W. E. Hudgins, Union City, Tenn., Mrs. J. W. Riggins, Nashville, Tenn.
Well done, thou good and faithful servant, while thou art dead, yet dost thou speak, and will continue to speak and be loved in the memory of thousands of Cumberland Presbyterians.
“Sleep on, beloved, sleep, and take thy rest;
Lay down thy head upon the Savior’s breast.
We love thee well, but Jesus loves thee best.”
[Source: The Cumberland Presbyterian, July 20, 1939, page 1]
Notes for CYNTHIA A. PINNELL:
Cynthia A. Pinnell Hudgins
Birth: Aug. 1, 1862
Illinois, USADeath: Sep. 12, 1943
Eldorado Journal — Spetember 13, 1943, page 1
Funeral Today for Mrs. Cynthia Hudgins
Mrs. Cynthia Hudgins, 81, died yesterday afternoon at 2 o’clock at the home of her son, Paul Hudgins, on the Broughton Road. She is the widow of Joseph L. Hudgins who has been dead four years. Mrs. Hudgins had lived in this city for four years. Before moving here she lived in Union City, Tenn.
She is survived by two sons, Paul, of Eldorado, and W. E. Hudgins, of Union City, Tenn., one daughter, Mrs. J. W. Riggins, of Nashville, Tenn., five grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
The funeral was held this morning at 10 o’clock at the residence with Rev. I. E. Miller, officiating. The body was taken to the East View cemetery at Union City, Tenn. and there was a short funeral service held at the cemetery at 5 o’clock, where the interment was made.
Children of REV HUDGINS and CYNTHIA PINNELL are:
i. PAUL6 HUDGINS, b. 1880.
ii. WILLIAM EDGAR HUDGINS, b. 25 Aug 1883, Eldorado Illinois; d. 02 Jan 1964, Union City Obion County Tennessee; m. MAMIE HAMBLEN RIPPY, 1909; b. 26 Feb 1888, Sumner County Tennessee; d. 11 Oct 1987, Hendersonville Sumner County Tennessee.
iii. PEARL HUDGINS, b. 1885; m. J W RIGGINS.
Generation No. 5
6. MARY JANE6 HUDGINS (JAMES R5, ASA HARRISON4, BENJAMIN3, SAMUEL2, PHILLIP1) was born 21 Jul 1879, and died 11 Dec 1935 in Alton Illinois.
She married SYLANNES HARRELSON 12 Jan 1908, son of HENRY HARRELSON and TERAH COMPTON. He was born 05 Nov 1882 in Gallatin County Illinois, and died 13 Dec 1966 in Daytona Beach Florida.
Child of MARY HUDGINS and SYLANNES HARRELSON is:
12. i. LANE7 HARRELSON.
7. ZELMA6 HUDGINS (GEORGE A5, ASA HARRISON4, BENJAMIN3, SAMUEL2, PHILLIP1) was born 24 Mar 1882 in Eldorado Illinois, and died 25 Dec 1965 in Chester Illinois.
She married FRED EGGERS 1903.
Children of ZELMA HUDGINS and FRED EGGERS are:
i. MELBA7 EGGERS, m. TOM COSTELLO.
13. ii. MILTON EGGERS, b. 26 Dec 1905; d. 12 Nov 1986.
iii. ETHEL EGGERS, m. ARTHUR ALLEN.
iv. ELLEN EGGERS, b. 1910; d. 29 Jan 1990; m. (1) FNU SPRIELER; m. (2) GEORGE BAILEY.
v. RUTH EGGERS, m. MELVIN MCALLISTER.
vi. ROBERT EGGERS, m. (1) GENEVA NAUSLEY; m. (2) FNU WILSON.
vii. FRED EGGERS, m. EVELYN PENFORD.
8. ZADA6 HUDGINS (GEORGE A5, ASA HARRISON4, BENJAMIN3, SAMUEL2, PHILLIP1) was born 21 Jul 1884 in Eldorado Illinois, and died 10 Dec 1963 in Danville Illinois.
She married GEORGE HENRY WIEBUSCH 21 Jan 1903.
Children of ZADA HUDGINS and GEORGE WIEBUSCH are:
i. SIDNEY GEORGE HERMAN7 WIEBUSCH.
ii. GEORGINE WILHAMINA WIEBUSCH.
iii. BENNETT HUDGINS WIEBUSCH.
iv. DELBERT BURDETT WIEBUSCH.
v. RICHARD ADOLPH WIEBUSCH.
vi. EVERETT LOUIS WIEBUSCH, b. 12 Jul 1906; d. 06 Dec 1986, Oceola, Indiana.
9. VERSA6 HUDGINS (GEORGE A5, ASA HARRISON4, BENJAMIN3, SAMUEL2, PHILLIP1) was born 19 Oct 1888 in Eldorado Illinois, and died 05 Feb 1950 in Danville Illinois.
She married CLAUDE WATSON 01 Jul 1907.
Child of VERSA HUDGINS and CLAUDE WATSON is:
14. i. THELMA7 WATSON.
10. EDITH LILLIAN6 HUDGINS (GEORGE A5, ASA HARRISON4, BENJAMIN3, SAMUEL2, PHILLIP1) was born 29 Jul 1893 in Eldorado Illinois, and died 25 Jul 1992 in Myrtle Point, Coos Bay County Oregon.
She married GEORGE EARNEST SUMMERS 1916, son of JOHN SUMMERS and BERNICE RICHARDSON.
Children of EDITH HUDGINS and GEORGE SUMMERS are:
i. GEORGE EARNEST7 SUMMERS, b. 10 Mar 1923, Del Rio, Val Verde County Texas; d. 30 May 1924, Del Rio, Val Verde County Texas.
ii. LIVING SUMMERS, m. FNU YATES.
iii. LIVING SUMMERS, m. JOHN MARVIN HUFF; b. 25 Mar 1924, Coos Bay Oregon; d. 26 Jan 1994, Roseburg Oregon.
15. iv. LIVING SUMMERS.
11. BURDETT RODERICK6 HUDGINS (GEORGE A5, ASA HARRISON4, BENJAMIN3, SAMUEL2, PHILLIP1) was born 27 Feb 1900 in Chester Illinois, and died 1984 in Collinsville, Illinois.
He married MARY BERNICE BALOJAC.
Children of BURDETT HUDGINS and MARY BALOJAC are:
16. i. DONALD ROY7 HUDGINS, b. 11 Feb 1925, East St Louis Missouri.
17. ii. LOIS JEAN HUDGINS, b. 05 Jul 1926, East St Louis Missouri.
3. WILLIAM EDGAR6 HUDGINS (REV JOSEPH LANE5, THOMAS JEFFERSON4, BENJAMIN3, SAMUEL2, PHILLIP1) was born 25 Aug 1883 in Eldorado Illinois, and died 02 Jan 1964 in Union City Obion County Tennessee.
He married MAMIE HAMBLEN RIPPY 1909, daughter of JAMES RIPPY and LOUELLA ANGLEA. She was born 26 Feb 1888 in Sumner County Tennessee, and died 11 Oct 1987 in Hendersonville Sumner County Tennessee.
Notes for WILLIAM EDGAR HUDGINS:
William Edgar Hudgins
Birth: Aug. 25, 1883
Illinois, USADeath: Jan. 2, 1964
Union City Daily Messenger — Jan 3, 1964
Death Takes UC Attorney W.E.Hudgins
William Edgar Hudgins, 80, one of Union City’s most prominent attorneys and civic and church leaders; died about 11 Thursday night in the Obion County General hospital following a stroke he suffered at his home, 919 Exchange street, Wednesday.
Services will be held at 2 Saturday afternoon in the White-Ranson Funeral home chapel. The Rev. Richard a, Coons, pastor of the Cumberland Presbyterian church will officiate. Burial will be in East View cemetery.
Pallbearers will be Robert McAdoom P.B. Curlin, C. W. Miles III, Jim Rippy, Jr., Hardy M. Graham, James McAdoo, Bedford Dunavant and Wallace Riggins. Honary pallbearers will be members of the Obion County Bar Assn. and elders of the Cumberland Presbyterian church.
The body will remain at the funeral home until the hour of services.
Mr. Hudgins was born Aug. 25, 1883 in Saline county, Ill., son of the late Rev. J. L. Hudgins, former pastor of the Union City Cumberland Presbyterian church, and the late Mrs. Cynthia Pinnell Hudgins. He was graduated from Albion (Illinois) High School in 1901. He attended the Cumberland Law school at Lebanon, Tenn., and moved to Union City in 1907 to form a law partnership with the late Judge Felix W. Moore.
The partnership was dissolved in 1923 and Mr. Hudgins was appointed Union City postmaster by President Warren G. Harding, a post he held until 1936. In that year he formed a law partnership with his son, Paul G. Hudgins.
Mr. Hudgins twice was elected a delegate to national republican conventions to represent the 9th Congressional District.
For more than 50 years, longer than any other man, Mr. Hudgins had been an elder in the Cumberland Presbyterian church. He taught a Sunday school class for many years and for a period of more than 20 years served as superintendent of the Sunday School Dept.
He was one of those instrumental in the establishment of the Obion County General hospital in Union City and made the first plea for the hospital before members of the Obion County Court.
A longtime member of the Obion County Bar Assn., and the Tennessee Bar Assn., Mr. Hudgins participated as a lawyer man years ago in the celebrated “Night Riders” case in Obion county history.
For many years Mr. Hudgins served as county chairman of the local chapter of the American Red Cross. Much of his interest throughout his life was centered around civic and community activities.
He was a charter member of the Union City Rotary club. He was a Mason, a Knight Templar and a Shriner. He was a member of the S. A. E.fraternity. He was a sportsman during earlier periods of his life and was a member of the Union City Hunting club.
He and his wife, Mrs. Mamie Rippy Hudgins, recently observed their 54th wedding anniversity.
Besides his wife, he leaves three sons, Paul Hudgins of Union City, Dr, James Hudgins of Nashville and Joe Lane Hudgins of New Orleans, La.; his daughter, Mrs. P. B. Curlin of Nashville; a sister, Mrs. Pearl Riggin of Nashville; 10 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
Notes for MAMIE HAMBLEN RIPPY:
Mayme Hamblen Rippy Hudgins
Birth: Feb. 26, 1888
Tennessee, USADeath: Oct. 11, 1987
Union City Daily Messenger — Oct. 12, 1987, p 10
Mrs. Maymie Rippy Hudgins, 99, of Hendersonville, formerly of Union City, died 11 p.m. Sunday at a Hendersonville Nursing Home.
Graveside services will be 1 p.m. Tuesday at East VIew cemetery. The Rev. Don Caperton will officiate. White-Ranson Funeral home has charge of arrangements. There will be no visitation.
She was born Feb. 26, 1888, in Sumner County, daughter of the late Dr. James M. and Mrs. Louella Anglea Rippy. She married William Edgar Hudgins in 1909. He died Jan. 2, 1964. She was a member of Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Union City and the Women’s Missionary Society of the church.
Mrs. Hudgins is survived by two sons, Dr. James M. Hudgins of Hendersonville and Joe Lane Hudgins of Montgomery, Ala.; a daughter, Mrs. Mary Hambien Curlin of Nashville; a brother, James L. Rippy of Union City; and nine grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.
She was precedded in death by a son, Paul G. Hudgins, and a granddaughter.
Children of WILLIAM HUDGINS and MAMIE RIPPY are:
4. i. PAUL GRAINGER7 HUDGINS, b. 23 Dec 1910, Union City Obion County Tennessee; d. 26 Jul 1975, Union City Obion County Tennessee.
5. ii. MARY HUDGEINS HUDGINS, b. 15 May 1915, Union City Obion County Tennessee; d. 14 Jun 2006, Nashville Danidson CountyTennessee.
iii. JOE LANE HUDGINS.
iv. JAMES MARTIN HUDGINS.
1. GEORGE GARLAND L.6 HUDGINS (JOHN W5, ASA HARRISON4, BENJAMIN3, SAMUEL2, PHILLIP1) died Mar 1962 in Edgar County Illinois.
He married CORA A in Paris Edgar County Illinois.
Notes for GEORGE GARLAND L. HUDGINS:
Lived at Paris Illinois
Garland L Hudgins Was RailRoad Conductor Decatur Illinois
Adopted 1940 – Denver Dale WAGGONER born 1935
Child of GEORGE HUDGINS and CORA A is:
2. i. DENVER DALE7 HUDGINS, b. 1935, Paris Edgar County Illinois; d. 1957, Christman Edgar County Illinois.
Generation No. 6
4. PAUL GRAINGER7 HUDGINS (WILLIAM EDGAR6, REV JOSEPH LANE5, THOMAS JEFFERSON4, BENJAMIN3, SAMUEL2, PHILLIP1) was born 23 Dec 1910 in Union City Obion County Tennessee, and died 26 Jul 1975 in Union City Obion County Tennessee.
He married BURNITA COOKSEY 25 Mar 1944, daughter of BASCOM COOKSEY and ALICE JOHNSON. She was born 30 Jul 1915 in Lebanon Wilson County Tennessee, and died 16 Oct 2009 in Franklin Williamson County Tennessee.
Notes for PAUL GRAINGER HUDGINS:
Paul Grainger Hudgins
Birth: Dec. 23, 1910
Tennessee, USADeath: Jul. 26, 1975
Union City Daily Messenger — July 26, 1975, page 1
Paul Hudgins Dies Today At Age 64
Paul Grainger Hudgins, prominent Union City church, civic and social leader who had practiced law since the mid 1930’s, died at his home at 1315 East Church this morning at 10:30.
Mr. Hudgins, who was 64, had been in ill health for the past two years.
Services will be conducted Monday morning at 10 at the White-Ranson Funeral Home Memorial Chapel with the Rev. Charles Hughs, pastor of the Cumberland Presbytarian Church officiating assisted by the Rev. Whitesell Harpole, pastor of the First United Methodist Church at Kenton. Burial will be in East View cemetery.
Friends may call at the funeral home after 1 p.m. Sunday.
Only last December, Mr. Hudgins, was honored by the Union City Kiwanis Club for his 25 years of service when he was presented the Kiwanis Legion of Honor, becoming the first Union Citian so honored. He was greeted with a standing ovation and told his fellow Kiwanians “one of the greatest privaledges I have had during my 25 years has been being a Kiwanian and serving with you men.” During his years of service he had held all offices in the Kiwanis club, including its presidency.
In the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, he had served as an elder, as Sunday School superintendent, as a member of the choir and had taught Sunday School classes for 25 years.
Mr. Hudgins was born in Union City Dec. 23, 1910, son of Mrs. Mayme Rippy Hudgins of 911 Exchange and William Edgar Hudgins, who died in 1964.
He attended Union City schools, was graduated from Vanderbilt University in 1933 and the Cumberland Law School in 1934. He began his practice of law with his father in 1934 in the firm of Hudgins and Hudgins and in 1942 entered the Judge Advocate General’s Corps during World War II.
He returned to Union City in 1945 to resume his practice of law. He continued his Army service and was commander of the local National Guard Company. He retired from the Guard in 1968 with the rank of Lieutenant colonel.
Only recently he took Charles Barnett and Steve Brandon as partners and changed the name of his law firm to Hudgins, Barnett and Brandon.
He was a past president of the Union City and Obion County Chamber of Commerce, was a member of the Poplar Meadows Country Club and at the time of his death was serving as city attorney for Union City.
He was also an active member and past commander of th Miltoon Talley Post of the American Legion and had been a Jaycee.
In addition to his mother, he is survived by his wife, Mrs. Burnita Cooksey Hudgins, a Lebanon, Tenn., native, whom he married on March 25, 1944.
He also is survived by a son, Paul Grainger Hudgins Jr. of Nashville; a daughter, Miss Martha Alice Hudgins of Union City; two brothers, Joe Lane Hudgins of Houston, Texas and Dr. James M. Hudgins of Nashville; a sister, Mrs. P. B. Curlin of Nashville, and two grandchildren, Paul Grainger Hudgins III and Tracy Elaine Hudgins of Nashville.
Notes for BURNITA COOKSEY:
Burnita Cooksey Hudgins
Birth: Jul. 30, 1915
Tennessee, USADeath: Oct. 16, 2009
Completed arrangements are being announced for Burnita (Cooksey) Hudgins, 94, of Franklin, formerly of Union City, who died Oct. 16, 2009, at the home of her daughter in Franklin. Graveside services were 1:30 p.m. Sunday at East View Cemetery. Family and friends served as pallbearers, and John Warner officiated. White-Ranson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. The family requests that memorials be made to Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Union City or the Paul G. Hudgins Memorial Scholarship at Vanderbilt University in Nashville.
She was born July 30, 1915, in Lebanon, daughter of the late Bascom and Alice (Johnson) Cooksey.
She was the widow of Paul Grainger Hudgins Sr., whom she married March 25, 1944. He died in 1975. She was a homemaker and a member of Union City Cumberland Presbyterian Church, where she was active in Cumberland Presbyterian Women and served on various committees.
Survivors include her daughter and son-in-law, Martha Alice and Russ Truell of Franklin; her son, Paul Grainger Hudgins Jr. of Nashville; five grandchildren and their spouses, Allison and Antoni Kew of Franklin, Brent and Kerry Truell of Seattle, Kimberly Truell of Washington, D.C.; Tracy and Bernie Korteum of Hermitage and Grainger Hudgins of Old Hickory; and three great-grandchildren, Adam Kew of Franklin, and Trevor Korteum and Jessie Korteum, both of Hermitage.
Condolences may be sent to the family at the funeral home Web site: http://www.white-ranson.com.
Children of PAUL HUDGINS and BURNITA COOKSEY are:
i. PAUL GRAINGER JR8 HUDGINS.
ii. MARTHA ALICE HUDGINS, m. RUSS TRUELL.
5. MARY HUDGEINS7 HUDGINS (WILLIAM EDGAR6, REV JOSEPH LANE5, THOMAS JEFFERSON4, BENJAMIN3, SAMUEL2, PHILLIP1) was born 15 May 1915 in Union City Obion County Tennessee, and died 14 Jun 2006 in Nashville Danidson County Tennessee.
She married PETER BUCHANAN CURLIN. He was born 1915, and died 1982.
Notes for MARY HUDGEINS HUDGINS:
Mary Hudgins Hudgins Curlin
Birth: May 15, 1915
Tennessee, USADeath: Jun. 14, 2006
(May 15, 1915 – June 14, 2006)
Mary (Hudgins) Curlin, 91, of Franklin, formerly of Union City, who died June 14, 2006, at Alive Hospice in Nashville. Graveside services will be 2 p.m. Saturday at East View Cemetery. There will be no visitation. The Rev. Gary Carlton will officiate. The family requests that memorials be made to Alive Hospice of Nashville.
She was born May 15, 1915, in Union City, daughter of the late William Edgar and Mayme (Rippy) Hudgins. She was the widow of Peter Buchanan Curlin, to whom she was married for more than 40 years, and was a member of St. Paul Southern Methodist Church. She had lived in Nashville for many years.
Survivors include three daughters, Mary Suzanne de Josselin de Jong of Markdale in Ontario, Canada, Victoria (Curlin) Roberson of Charlotte, N.C., and Jane (Curlin) Smith of Brentwood; two brothers, Joe Lane Hudgins and Dr. James Martin Hudgins, both of Hendersonville; and eight grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren and six nieces and nephews.
Children of MARY HUDGINS and PETER CURLIN are:
i. MARY SUZANNE8 CURLIN, m. FNU DE JOSSELIN DE JONG.
ii. VICTORIA CURLIN, m. FNU ROBERSON.
iii. JANE CURLIN, m. FNU SMITH.
2. DENVER DALE7 HUDGINS (GEORGE GARLAND L.6, JOHN W5, ASA HARRISON4, BENJAMIN3, SAMUEL2, PHILLIP1) was born 1935 in Paris Edgar County Illinois, and died 1957 in Christman Edgar County Illinois.
He married SHIRLEY ANN. She was born 1942.
Children of DENVER HUDGINS and SHIRLEY ANN are:
i. DENVA LYNN8 HUDGINS.
ii. JOHN ROBERT HUDGINS, d. Bef. 1957.
Generation No. 7