- 1776: In history of Frederick Rives of Franklin Ct. This in son Alexander's Revolutionary War service: Virginia Soldiers of 1776 (Burgess), Vol. 3, page 1277. Partial pay roll, apparently from Col. Commandant Holt Richeson. "This is to certify that the within mentioned officers and soldiers are hereby discharged after having performed a Tower of Duty." Signed, In Camp at Malven Hills, 7-26-1781. Part of a letter with the addressee not given, but neighborhood names show it to be the Rives home neighborhood: Jesse Kerbey, Alex. Rives, Abennego Hodges, Hez. Clay.
1779: Abednego Hodges, Franklin County.-From the book Graves Family of Pittsylvania and Franklin
Counties by Mrs. P. W. Hiden; In 1779 David Graves'father sold him 100 acres on the South side of Pigg River in Franklin County, thence along the river to a place called Buffalo Scrape, thence to Field along the river to a place called Buffalo Scrape, thence to Field Jefferson's line, thence to Lewis Hancock's line; witnesses were Jno. Stone, Moses Porter and Abednego Hodges. (Book: Genealogies of Virginia Families (quoting from the Tyler Quarterly Magazine). Volume 2, page 76).
1782 Henry County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List: Abednigo Hodges l-14. Also shown was a Elisha Keen, 1-22, Robert Perryman and a Elijah Blankinship. www.Is.net/va/henr1783.htm. Fothergill's Va Taxpayers lists: Henry Co., Va: Abednigh, Enoch, and Josiah Hodges, Richard Hogg; Goochland Co.: Jesse, Lucy, William Hodges; Caroline Co., : Francis Hodges.
5-23-1782: Henry Co., Va. WB l:61: Will of Isham Hodges of Henry Co. dated March 14, 1782, exhibited; eleven children, sons Wm. Isham, Moses, Robert, Aaron, Asa, Aimijah, Juda, Keziah, Martha, Nance: witnesses. Fred'k Rives, John Prie, Abednegoe Hoddgges, Executors Frederick Rives, John Dickinson,Robert Hoddgges. See March 1784 for estate account of Isham Hodges estate.
1783/84 Petitions signed by heads to create new county of Franklin from Bedford & Henry Ct.: Bed Hodges, shown on Bedford list, as was Isham, William and Josiah Hodges.
3-25-1784, Henry County Will Book 1: 85-87: mentions Ryan, Haskins, Richardson, Stewart, Woodall, Baird, Channell, Wm. Hodges, Cook, Keen, Large, Dickinson, Baxter, Brown, Kirby, Graves, Abednegoe Hodges, Meshech Hodges, Robert Hodges, Kerby, Martin, Jamison, Isham Hodges, Laws, Cox, Stephen Hodges, returned this date.
1788, August session of the first court of Franklin County, Virginia: "On the motion of Jonathan Davis it is ordered that Meshack Hodges and William Dillingham be fined for not attending as witnesses for said Dais Ads Stoner" (Book: An old Virginia court, by Wingfield)
1789, Nov. 9th: Deed Book 2, page 103, Franklin County, Va.: a Deed from Lansford Hall to John Dickenson, a tract of 152 acres on the north side of Pigg River, said Dickenson's line, to a path that leads from his old mill place to Abednego Hodges plantation; no witnesses. The deed was recorded in Court April 5, 1790.
1792 (August Court) Comman Law Order Book 2, p. 328. Shadrach Hodges, Abednego Hodges and William Brooks come into Court and acknowledge-themselves to be indebted to his Excellency John Tylor Esquire, Governor or chief Magistrate of the Commonwealth of Virginia; that is to say the said Shadrach Hodges in the sum of one hundred dollars, and the said Abednego Hodges and William Brooks in the sum of fifty dollars each, of their respective lands and tenements, goods and chattels to be levied and to the said Governor and his successors for the use of the Commonwealth rendered. Yet, upon the condition that the said Shadrack Hodges shall keep the peace, and be of good behaviour towards all the citizens of the Commonwealth, and especially towards a certain George Hamilton for a year and a day then recognizance to be void.
Dec. 5th, 1792 Book 2 p. 314-315, film #31,497, Franklin Co, Va.: This indenture made this fifth day of December and in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety two between William Cowden and Lucy Cowden his Wife of the County of Franklin of the one part and Josiah Hodges of the said County of the other part Witnessed that the said William Cowden & Lucy his Wife hath and doth for and in consideration of the sum of 9 pounds current money of Virginia to them the said William Cowden & Lucy his wife in hand paid by the said Joseph Hodges the receipt whereof they the said William Cowden & Lucy his wife doth acknowledge themselves fully satisfied contented and paid of every part and parcel of one certain tract or parcel of Land and doth by these presents Grant Bargain Sell and confirm unto him the said Joseph Hodges one certain Tract or parcel of land situated lying and being in the county aforesaid on the North side of Pigg River containing fifty acres be the same more or less and bounded as follows: Beginning at the said Joseph Hodges own line where it crosses his Spring Branch thence with that line to the said River thence up the same as it meanders to the mouth of the said spring branch and up it to the beginning: Together with the appurtenances thereunto belonging with all houses orchards woods, ways, waters and water courses thereunto belonging or in any wise pertaining to have and to hold, the above mentioned tract or parcel of land and premises in fee simple and they the said William Cowden & Lucy his wife doth warrant and forever defend the said Tract or parcel of Land and premises from the first and Lawful claim or claims of any person or persons, Whatsoever, to the only proper use and behoof of him the said Joseph Hodges and, his heirs, and assigns for ever, in Witness whereof they the said William Cowden and Lucy his hath hereunto set their hand and affixed their seal the day and year above mentioned. Witness William Cowden, Abednego Hodges, Abm (Abraham or Abner) Lucy Cen, Joel Hodges.
Received of Josiah Hodges this 5th of January 1792 the full and just sum of nine pounds current money of Virginia it being the full of the within considerations. Witness and hands: Test William Cowden, Abednego Hodges, Abm Hodges Lucy Cowden and Joel Hodges. At court held in Franklin County on Monday the 6th day of February 1792 This indenture together with the receipt was acknowledged by the within named William Cowden to be his Act and Deed & the same was ordered to be recorded. Teste.
1795, April 6th: Deed book 3, page 227. William Hall sold to Abednego Hodges for 20 pounds current money of Virginia a tract of 80 acres adjoining William Hall's line and James Marcum's line...up the path to John Keen's mill path...Walton's old line. No witnesses, Note: per DB-3, p. 143 William Hall, John Keen, William Clay, Frederick Rives, James Marcum all lived in one small area along Pigg River.
Jan. 30, 1799-Deed book 3, p. 665, Franklin Ct.: Deed from Arthur Edward to James Marcome (Marcum) 342 Acres, whereon I now live on Mountain Creek of Pigg River. Adjoining Cotneys Boyles, s. Line;...crossing the said creek;...crossing a branch; Heards line:..crossing Mountain Creek;...at the road; Broyles Line. Signed Arthur Edwards, witnesses William Clay his mark, Abednego Hodges, (mark) and John Clay. Anna the wife relinquished her right of dower, Recorded 2-1799.
Order Book No. 4-1800-1805: p. 122, November:1802, Abednego Hodges was called to jury duty.
Page 12, 1803: Abednego Hodges and John Keen each posted security of $150.00 to keep James Markham from going to jail for disturbing the peace. Also in 1803, Abednego was surety for the marriage of Lewis Hodges & Elizabeth Doss.-----(Abner Hodges put up bond for someone else, get whole story)
Pages 237-263: November 1803:.,* Abednego Hodges v. Jno. Bird; dismissed.
April 4, 1804: Deed Book 4, p. 628, Franklin Ct., Va. film#31,497: This indenture made this 2d day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and four between William Cowden Sen and Abednego Hodges of Franklin County of the one part, and Josiah Cowden of Franklin of the other.Witnesseth that the said William Cowdon for and in considerations of Twenty pounds current money of Virginia in hand paid or secured to be paid hath bargained, sold, aliened, released, and confirmed, and by these Presents for himself and his heirs doth grant, bargain, sell, confirm unto the said Abednego Hodges his heirs and assigns for ever, one, certain tract or parcel of Land containing by estimation ninety acres, more or less, and founded as follows Beginning at Wm Bancocks corner white oak on Slash Bacon Branch, N69 E80 less Po to Painters N 48 Po to a white oak, N35 poles to a white oak, N35P West 60 poles to a white oak, on the Branch, thence down the same to a Beech, thence new line nearly South across Pig River to the mouth of Slash Bacon Branch to a beach thence up the same to the Beginning with all houses, gardens, orchards, Woods, & ce To have and to the said Tract of Land and premises with their and every of their appurtenances unto the said Josiah Cowdon, and to his heirs and assigns forever and the Wm Cowdon for himself, his heirs and Vce doth covenant and agree to and with the said Abednego Hodges, his heirs, Vce that he and they may at all times hereafter peaceably and quietly hold and enjoy the above granted Lines and premises free from all former Sales, Gifts, Mortgages, rights of Dower, or any other encumbrance whatsoever and he the said William Cowden his heirs and ce gill for ever warrant & defend the said Land to the said Cowdon, against all persons that shall claim thereunto. In Witness whereof the aforesaid Wm Cowdon hath set his hand & seal, the day, moth and year of God above written. William Cowdon LS.
Page 331: September 1804: A deed from Cowden to Abednego Hodges was recorded in Court.
1805, Nov. 18th: Some Purchases at estate sale of John Dickenson (widow was Isabella Dickenson), returned to Franklin Court Aug. 7, 1810, Will Bk 1, p. 407: Isham Belcher Robert Bird Welcome Hodges, James Bird, Abednego Hodges, Isham Hodges, Rowland Hodges.
Order Book 1806-1811, 8 February, 1806: Ordered that Abednego Hodges, William Hall, Burwell Rives, John Woodall, Sanford Brizendine or any three of them, after being first sworn to view the nearest and best way for a public road from near Robert Prunty's through Jacks Glade into the Lynchburg Road nearly opposite to James Bells, and report to the court the conveniences and inconveniences resulting therefrom as well to the public, as to individuals.
1806: December session.Common Law Order Book 1806-1811, p.86, Franklin Ct. District Court: Daniel Brown versus James Patterson and Rivers Hodges...Defendants called and not appearing, judged for the Plaintiff according to specifics and costs.
1806, Dec. 17th: Franklin Ct. Va. (Deed book 5, page 317) A deed, Abednego Hodges to Joel Ashworth, 75 acres in Franklin County on Pigg River adjoining William Brizendine and William Hall Sr., witnesses: Fleming Spalden, William Brizendine and "Frde" Hodges.
4-18-1807: Common Law Order Book 1801-1807 A, page 299: A deed from Abednego Hodges and he's wife (unnamed) to Joel Shrewsbury was recorded; Dower relinquished.
Order Book: August 1807: Franklin County Common Law Court, August Session. Order Book 1806-1811, page. 142. Abednego Hodges versus Daniel Brown. On the motion of Abednego Hodges, plf. a commission is awarded him to examine and take the deposition of --Rivers Hodges of the State of Tennessee, the same to be executed by Alexander McCullock, Abrahm Murray, James Cowden, John Keen, William Cowden Jr..
11-2-1807 - Deed Book 6, page794. Franklin Ct. Va.: Zachariah & Agness Warren sells 400 acres for 190 pounds land to (Ebednego) Abednego Hodges on Chestnut Creek. Beginning at a red oak on the north fork of said Creek, thence running south 20 Degrees West 44 poles to a white oak, South 18 east 100 poled to a white oak. S. 26 w 58 poles to a red oak on branchS15 E48 poles to a red oak on Branch, S 15 degrees w 320 poles to a white oak, north 50 west 134 poles to a white oak thence turning and leaving this order line and running nearly north to the head of branch to a marked Dogwood thence down to said branch to the mouth, thence the creek ? as the creek meanders to the beginning ? to him the said Ebednego Hodges his heirs forever as a part of his estate in fee simple and the aforesaid Zachariah Warren and Agnes Warren do covenant and agree to warrant and forever defend the aforesaid land a ? (very dim) witness Edmond Richards, Elijah Hodges & John Hodges.
By 1809: from court order books Rivers Hodges is back in Franklin Ct., by Aug. Session. Rivers Hodges versus Samuel M. Carroll.--see Rivers Hodges notes.
1811, January 2nd: Deed Book 6, page 162, Franklin Ct.: A deed, William Hall and Anney, his wife, and Abednego Hodges and Salley, his wife, on the one part, sell to James Petterson a tract containing three parcels containing 100 acres total: One Parcel William Hall bought from John Dickenson in his lifetime: One Parcel William Hall bought from Lance Hall in his lifetime; One Parcel Archelaus Gilliam previously bought from Abednego Hodges but the land was not formally conveyed to Gilliam. The total 100 acres now being conveyed to James Patterson adjoins Lanchford Brizendine, Joel Ashworth and Jonah Dickenson and "the river" (Deed Book 6, page 162. Note: this land would be on Pigg River.)
1811 August 5th: Franklin County District Court, a deed from William Hall (or Hale) and Abednego Hodges to James Patterson is proven in court and acknowledged. (Common Law Order Book #4, page 447.
Page 33: May 1811: Commonwealth against Michael Crawl, for selling whiskey without a license. A jury composed of Philip Realey, William Wingfield, Thomas Hale Jr., William Campbell, Thomas Williams, William Brooks, Isham Belcher, Lewis Wingfield, Abraham Jones, Richard Stockton, Abednego Hodges, Christopher Wingfield found the defendant guilty
August 1811: Ordered the overseers of the poor bind Sally Paisley, a bastard child alleged to be begotten by Rivers Hodges on the body of Polly Paisley to Abenigo Hodges, according to law.
May 22, 1812, Patrick County, Virginia, Deed Book 3,page 622. Abednego Hodges, John Hodges, Robert Hodges, shown as witnesses for a deed from Rivers Hodges of Franklin County, Virginia, being in debt to Dickenson and Shrewsbury of said county, places in trust to Fleming Saunders of Franklin County a tract of land in Patrick County on the waters of Mayo River adjoining Gabriel Penn (Parr?) consisting of 209 1/2 acres, it being the same land Rivers Hodges had purchased from Noah Parr of Patrick County. If Rivers Hodges debt is not paid by 22 May 1812 the land is to be sold.
December 7th, 1812 : Franklin Ct. Va. Deed Book 6, page 340. A deed Abednego Hodges to Rivers Hodges for 90 pounds(sterling), a tract of 100 acres on the north fork of Chestnut creek. Witness John Hodges, Ashford Hodges & William Stegall.
December 23, 1812: Franklin Ct. Va.? Rivers Hodges to Caleb Tate.....land conveyed to me by my father, Abednego. Signed Ashford, Abednego, and John. ? per Ken Hodges posting.----find deed book or documents support this. (CI)
July 16, 1813: Franklin County Va. Deed Book 6, page 402 : Deed: Abednego Hodges, being indebted to Dickenson and Shrewsbury for 65 pounds, 15/5 CMV with interest from 29 March 1812, and agreeable to a judgment and execution in the office of Franklin County Court,.. now accepts from Benjamin Cook the sum of one dollar and conveys to him a tract of land lying on the waters of Chestnut Creek and adjoining Rivers Hodges and the heirs of Edward Richards and others, the land being that which Abednego purchased from Zachariah Warren, except 100 acres deed by Abednego Hodges to Rivers Hodges containing about 300 acres. Benjamin Cook is to hold this land in trust and it is to be sold at auction if Abednego fails to pay his debts before 25 December 1814. Witnesses: J. Patterson, John Brown & Smith Webb.
August 14, 1813: Patrick County Virginia, Deed Book 4, page 28: A Deed. Solomon Keaton of Patrick County, Virginia sells to Abednego Hodges of Franklin County on Spoon River. Witnesses: Jesse Reynolds and George Reynolds. In the Patrick County General Index to Deeds the listing is Solomon Keaton to "Obediah" Hodges. In the deed itself, however, it is Abednego Hodges. The location of the land is spelled out in greater detail in the deed but the writing is too faint to read.---see 1-13-1817 (CI)
August 6, 1815: Deed Book 7, p. 285, Franklin Ct., Va.: A deed. Abednego Hodges and Salley his wife sell to Charles Stockton for $600.00 a track of 300 acres adjoining James Patterson, William Terry's heirs and Rivers Hodges, it being the tract which Abednego bought from Zachariah Warren, minus 100 acres deed to Rivers Hodges. Abednego Hodges and Salley his wife appeared in Court to convey the deed.
1815: page 137: October 1815; Commonwealth against George Saunders Jr.. for selling Brandy without a license. A jury consisting of Miles B. Elam, John Stewart, Abednego Hodges, Pleasant Dickenson, Charles Stockton, Jesse Prunty, James C. Early, John Martin, William Crum Jr. Burwell Law, Jr. John Richeson and Pleasant M. Goggin found the defendant guilty and fined him $30.
Page 137: October 1815: Superior Court Order Book 1810-1823, page 137: Abednego Hodges who sues for the benefit of Dickinson Shrewsbury, against Charles Stockton... On the motion of the plaintiff by his attorney it is ordered that the judgement entered in the office in this suit be set aside and the suit dismissed.
In 1817: The following was found in 9 Franklin County Deeds 77. A " Robert N. Dickenson in 1817 made an assignment of his property for the benefit of his creditors as a result of reverses in the mercantile trade. Among those accounts he assigned were notes of the following members of the Hodges family.
The Dickenson's had a local store, where many of the Hodges traded. This was the beginning of the loss of lands for 4 of Abednego's children and himself. Those listed were Abednego Hodges, Rivers Hodges, Ashford Hodges, Elisha Hodges, and John Hodges. Other assignments were Josiah Hodges, Reuben Hodges, Peyton Hodges, Ephraim Hodges, Lewis Hodges, (Joel's son) Josiah Hodges, (Josiah's son, Polly and Joel Hodges, and Elizabeth Hodges, daughter of Isham.
This began a domino effect on several of the families, as various properties were put up for either Abednego, or Abednego for siblings. In the end they all lost their lands.
1-13-1817, (Patrick County Deed Book 4, page 327: A Deed. Abednego Hodges of Franklin County, Virginia sells to William Clark of Patrick County, Virginia for $50.00 a tract of land on Spoon Creek in Patrick County, Virginia. The land adjoining Lundefer, James Booze, William Keaton and James Nowline, containing 100 acres. Witnesses: M. Landefur, John Clark and James Clark.
1-15-1818: A deed from Rivers Hodges and Nancy, his wife, convey to Ashford Hodges a tract of 130 acres on Chestnut Creek adjoining Jake Smith, from the Creek to the top of the mountain. Deed Book 8, page 96. Note: This indenture was worded as a sale, with the amount of money left blank.
1818 : Franklin County Superior Court Order Book 1810-1823, page 214/215. Robert Campbell, Executor of the will of William Terry, filed suit against Rivers Hodges and Abednego Hodges, claiming they owed money to the deceased William Terry. John Doughten "undertakes for the defendant Rivers Hodges, while Ashford Hodges does the same for Abednego Hodges. The plaintiff filed suit against the defendants to recover a sum of money (amount not stated), that he claims the defendants owed William Terry. The defendants said that they had paid to the plaintiff the debt claimed in the latter's declaration. Both John Doughten and Ashford Hodges undertakes for the two defendants that in case he should be cast in this suit they will satisfy and pay the condemnation of the Court or render their bodies to prison in execution of the same.
1-3-1819: Deed Book 8, page 323, Franklin County: A Deed. Charles and Polly Stockton sell to Abednego Hodges for $600.00 a tract of 300 acres bounded by the lands of James Patterson, William Terry's heirs, Rivers Hodges and others, it being the same land that Abednego deeded to the said Stockton on Aug.6, 1815. Witnesses; P. Dickinson, John Pinchard, W. Wingfield.
May 22, 1820,Superior Court Order Book 1810-1823, pages 286 and 298: Pleasant Dickenson filed suit against Ashford Hodges, charges not stated in the court record. John Hodges enters for Ashford Hodges. The case was heard on on 5-22-1,820 pg. 298. Ashford Hodges acknowledged the debt as charged whereupon the court ordered Ashford to pay Pleasant Dickenson the sum of $119.34 plus 6% interest per annum from 2-19-1819.
April 16 1821: Franklin County Deed Book 10, p. 55. Ashford Hodges conveyed to George Menefee a tract of land on Chestnut Creek (where Ashford then lived) for the benefit of Elisha Hodges . Note: Ashford Hodges put his land up as security for money owed to Menefee by Elisha Hodges; the land was returned to Ashford after debt was paid on 6-17-1823.
March 9, 1822: Franklin Cty Deed Book 10, page 55: Abednego Hodges and (his son) Elizha Hodges placed into trust of Thomas Keen and Robert Innes, upon payment of one dollar, a 278 acres tract of land "where Abednego now lives "on Chestnut Creek" adjoining the lands of Parsley P.Burwell, Henry Heazlip, Rubin Tinsley and others." and also another tract of land adjoining above, estimated 100 acres (Ashford & Anna's, where they lived)adjoining William Tinsley and Ruben Tinsley, also six head of cattle, twenty eight head of hogs, eight sheep, one shot gun, five feather beds and furniture, one set of knives and forks, all our household and kitchen furniture, one bay mare and all our plantation utensils, also bay horse and sorrel mare, 13 hogs, 5 barrels of tobacco as collateral for a debt of $134.67 on 25 December 1822 and another $67.33 on 25 December 1823 or the land and all its possessions would be sold to pay the debt. Witness: Thomas Wingfield, John Cook, Benjamin Cook. Abednego Hodges and (his son) Elisha Hodges both signed with an "x".
1822: District Court. Rivers Hodges, Abednego Hodges and Bouth Napier bind themselves in the amount of $50, $25, and $25 respectively, "if the said Rivers Hodges shall make his personal appearance before the Justices of the County on the first Monday in October next to give security for the maintenance of a bastard child alledged to have been begotten by him on the body of Polly Pasley..... same page: Rivers Hodges who was bound in recognizance to appear here today to give security for the maintenance of a bastard child alledged to be begotten by him on the body of Polly Pasley, appeared in discharge of his recognizance. Common Law Order Book, page 461.
June 17, 1823-Deed; Franklin Cty Deed Book 10, page 294: George Menefee and Elisha Hodges convey to Ashford Hodges (all of Franklin County, Virginia) a tract of land (acreage not stated) on the waters of Chestnut Creek where Ashford Hodges now lives...for the benefit of Elisha Hodges.
Also on June 17 1823, Franklin Cty Deed Book 10, page 295: Ashford Hodges and Anna his wife sold to David Wagoner for $100.00 a tract of land containing 200 acres on Chestnut Creek adjoining Tinsley's line.
August 18, 1823: Deed Book 10, page 340: Josiah W. Dickinson (a Justice of the Peace) acting as Trustee for Robert N. Dickinson, had Abednego Hodges arrested by Franklin County Sheriff John Forbes for a debt of $50.38 plus interest owed Robert N. Dickinson since December 1819, plus $18.45 costs and Abednego Hodges was committed to the Franklin County Jail. Abednego's 278 acres homestead,(check this also, thought it was 200 acres, per suryey after trial) which he had placed into trust of Thomas Keen and Robert Innes March 9 1822 for a debt owed Pleasant Dickinson was ordered to be sold and the proceeds used to pay off Pleasant Dickinson and Robert N. Dickinson.
During the trial of Abednego, the attorney asked him if he had filed for a pension for service in Rev war. Get this full record. ------ Note: When attorney asked Abednego where was John, he said he had been gone for over a year.
Note to me; Order record, shown as Book 10, p. 340: Ashford Hodges to John Forbes, Sheriff (1823?)
Deed book 13, p. 161---Abednego & Ashford Hodges to Michael Scott. & Deed Book 13, p. 429, Abednego Hodges to Michael Scott: -----don't know if Senior or Junior.----- sounds as if Ashford living with Abed. Sr. or close by.
Application filed in 1828 by Attorney for remaining debt owed to Pleasant Dickinson. In time, he received $8.00 a month. When asked why he never filed, by Dickinson's attorney, Abednego replied, I didn't join to fight the war against the British because the government owed me anything, and as long as my health was good and I could raise my family and take care of my land didn't feel it was the government's job to pay me for going to war. Get the date it was finally approved, as there was considerable time before approved.
1836, surety for grand daughter Harriet Richards and Henry Williard. (Mary Polly's daughter)
1838, posted bond for grand daughter Chloe Hodges (Rivers daughter) to John Ulman.
1840 census: Rev. War pensioners are made special note of in the 1840 census. Who the head of house is , most are themselves, however "Bednego Hodge" age 81, head of house is listed with William L. Stegall,( son in law.) Franklin Ct., Virginia. (Dan Cookerly)
1843, the children either still alive or living in Franklin Ct., applied for the balance of Abednego's pension. Children listed as Elisha Hodges, Mary Richards and Chloe Steagall. (note, these three only children living in Franklin Ct. Virginia at this time period.