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Carter G. Woodson connection

A family member has requested that I investigate a possible connection that her family might have to Carter G. Woodson's mother. The claim is that her grandmother, Mary Riddle, is the sister of Ann Eliza Riddle. Let me say that I am extremely skeptical of the connection mainly because of her age, anything is possible. The information I have is pretty sketchy right now. I found a family tree on the web and I am wondering what these reference and ID numbers mean. I don't understand the reference to slaveowner Thomas Henry Hudgins. How does he fit in to all of this? I do not know what sources were used to put this family group together. I know that Woodson referenced his parents and some of his uncles in his writings but I'm sure if he what sources were used for all of this information.

 

ID: I107915
Name: Henry RIDDLE
Sex: M
Reference Number: 107915
Note:
Thomas Henry
Hudgins
A struggling small
farmer in Buckingham
County, Virginiia with
two female slaves

Henry and Susan
Riddle
Although owned by
two different farmers,
the two managed to
develop their families
even though Henry
was sold out as a
laborer.


Marriage 1 Susan RIDDLE
Children
John Morton RIDDLE
Nelson RIDDLE b: 1843
Ann Eliza RIDDLE b: 1848 in New Canton, Buckingham Va
RIDDLE b: 1852
James Buchanan RIDDLE b: BET 1855 AND 1859
Robert Henry RIDDLE b: BET 1855 AND 1859



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