Kenneth G Hodge

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Kenneth G Hodge was born [[Aug 9]], 1914 in [[San Bernardino County, California]] to [[#Harry Hallam Hodge|Harry Hallam Hodge]] (1886-1956) and his wife [[#Frances E Bedford|Frances E Bedford]].  Harry was a bookkeper and cashier for Globe Grain and Milling Company in Colton.
 
Kenneth G Hodge was born [[Aug 9]], 1914 in [[San Bernardino County, California]] to [[#Harry Hallam Hodge|Harry Hallam Hodge]] (1886-1956) and his wife [[#Frances E Bedford|Frances E Bedford]].  Harry was a bookkeper and cashier for Globe Grain and Milling Company in Colton.
  
Frances died on [[Dec 7]], 1916 at Colton when Kenneth was only 2.  His father who had been promoted by this time to assistant manager, remarried by 1923 to Anna Barbara Breitling and had two more children: Harry H Hodge Jr in 1923 and Richard Breitling Hodge in 1926, both born in San Bernardino County.
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Frances died on [[Dec 7]], 1916 at Colton when Kenneth was only 2.  His father who had been promoted by this time to assistant manager, remarried by 1923 to Anna Barbara Breitling, daughter of George Breitling, also residents of Colton.  Harry and Anna had two children: Harry H Hodge Jr in 1923 and Richard Breitling Hodge in 1926, both born in San Bernardino County.
  
 
Rock Hudson, at that time still going by his name Roy Fitzgerald, was discharged from the U.S. Navy in 1946 and decided to go to California because his father, was living in Long Beach.  He found a job driving for Budget Pack.  In Long Beach, for the first time, he met men who were open about being gay.  One of these was Kenneth G Hodge.  "...Ken Hodge had worked in radio for many years, producing [[Lux Radio Theatre]].  Ken was thirty-six and Roy was twenty-one...he lived in a penthouse...in the [[Chateau Marmont]], a building owned by his Aunt Bernadette." (''My Story'', p 43)
 
Rock Hudson, at that time still going by his name Roy Fitzgerald, was discharged from the U.S. Navy in 1946 and decided to go to California because his father, was living in Long Beach.  He found a job driving for Budget Pack.  In Long Beach, for the first time, he met men who were open about being gay.  One of these was Kenneth G Hodge.  "...Ken Hodge had worked in radio for many years, producing [[Lux Radio Theatre]].  Ken was thirty-six and Roy was twenty-one...he lived in a penthouse...in the [[Chateau Marmont]], a building owned by his Aunt Bernadette." (''My Story'', p 43)

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