Tennessee, USA

J William Hudgins1863

Name
J William Hudgins
Given names
J William
Surname
Hudgins
Birth about 1863
Publication: Ancestry.com
MarriageSarah Jane SterryView this family
November 22, 1883 (Age 20 years)
Publication: Ancestry.com
Text:
Marriage licence dated 22 Nov 1889 supplies further details: Date of marriage 22 Nov 1883 William Hudgins, age 20, born Tennessee, Residence Tennessee, Occupation Farming and Sarah Jane Sterry, age 19, born Tennessee, Residence Tennessee. Wit: W L Gower, H W Harris, W W Davis - Source Ancestry.com: Tennessee State Marriages 1780-1905] Also 1883 Nov 22 William Hudgins & Sarah J Sterry [Source IGI: Cheatham County Clerk, Marriages 1856-1956]
Birth of a daughter
#1
Lola Hudgins
May 1885 (Age 22 years)
Source: Tracy Robb
Note: The Hudgens website has Lola as Rhea and born Aug 1885.
Birth of a son
#2
Larry Hudgins
May 1890 (Age 27 years)
Source: Tracy Robb
Birth of a daughter
#3
Elizabeth Hudgins
August 1897 (Age 34 years)
Source: Tracy Robb
Note: The Hudgens website has Lizzie born Aug 1899
Occupation
Farmer

Publication: Ancestry.com
Christening of a sonLarry Hudgins

Source: Tracy Robb
Note: The Hudgens website has 'Lonny' as child's name.
Deathyes

BirthTennessee State Marriage Index 1780-2002
Publication: Ancestry.com
MarriageTennessee State Marriage Index 1780-2002
Publication: Ancestry.com
Text:
Marriage licence dated 22 Nov 1889 supplies further details: Date of marriage 22 Nov 1883 William Hudgins, age 20, born Tennessee, Residence Tennessee, Occupation Farming and Sarah Jane Sterry, age 19, born Tennessee, Residence Tennessee. Wit: W L Gower, H W Harris, W W Davis - Source Ancestry.com: Tennessee State Marriages 1780-1905] Also 1883 Nov 22 William Hudgins & Sarah J Sterry [Source IGI: Cheatham County Clerk, Marriages 1856-1956]
OccupationTennessee State Marriage Index 1780-2002
Publication: Ancestry.com
Marriage
William Williston Sterry sold his farm in 1884 of 88 acres in the District of Cheatham, Tennessee to his son-in-law J W Hudgins for the sum of 600 dollars to be paid in instalments over three years. They sold it back again for the same amount to William Sterry in 1888. Unable to locate in any US Census.