I have a Richard Wesley Hodnett ancester from Georgia. He moved to Arkansas for a while and then settled in California. He had at least nineteen children and was married four times. Two of his marriages were in Georgia. I don't know what part. His father's name was Warren. One of the problems that I am having is that family members often were called by their middle names. I thought my Richard Wesley was Wes for several decades before I learned of his ful real name. Also, there seems to be a custom of naming children after other relatives or famous people. Lovic Pierce Hodnett had a son named John Wesley Hodnett. His brother John P.Hodnett had a son named Wesley Hodnett. There were no children listed for any of them. The parents of John P and Lovic Pierce Hodnett were Benjamin and Elizabeth Wyatt Collier Hodnett. They can be traced to Virgenia, and their ancestersto Ireland. Their children spread out all over Georgia and other states. They seemed to have migrated often. I am trying to see if a pattern coincides with some other event such as the railroad development or land and gold rushes. John P. Hodnet was married in Clarke co. Georgia May 30 1809. I don't have a birthdate for his "Wes" but an older sibling is listed as being born in 1831. There were 12 siblings listed. Your "Wes" could easily be related. Hope this helps.