Hodgson

Hodgson is a surname. In Britain, the Hodgson surname was the 173rd most common (766 per million) in 1881 and the 206th most common (650 per million) in 1998. In the United States of America, Hodgson was the 3753rd most popular surname (30 per million) in the 1990 census.

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Famous quotes containing the word hodgson:

    Time, you old gipsy man,
    Will you not stay,
    Put up your caravan
    Just for one day?
    —Ralph Hodgson (c. 1871–1962)

    “Eva!” Each syllable
    Light as a flower fell;
    “Eva!” he whispered the
    Wondering maid;
    —Ralph Hodgson (c. 1871–1962)

    See an old unhappy bull,
    Sick in soul and body both,
    Slouching in the undergrowth
    Of the forest beautiful,
    —Ralph Hodgson (c. 1871–1962)