Reunion time in the ’30s

The descendants of Joshua Hodson long held annual family reunions after World War II. I was too young to understand, much less appreciate, their function. My first cousins lived diagonally across the state or off in California, so we barely knew one another. This one was in 1937 or 1938, before we were on the scene.
The descendants of Joshua Hodson held family reunions in the summertime — something that became an annual event, in some versions, after World War II. I was too young to understand, much less appreciate, their function. My first cousins lived diagonally across the state or off in California, so we barely knew one another. This one was in 1937 or 1938, long before we were on the scene.
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