Joseph Cotton Hobdy, my great grandfather, was born in Allen County, Kentucky, September 10, 1848. Joseph received an excellent English and scientific education in youth, at the Presbyterian Academy of Bowling Green and at the Greenwood Academy of Sumner County, Tennessee. In January of 1879 he moved to the northwestern part of Simpson County Kentucky where he bought a farm of 351 acres. Joseph first married Mary F. Hinton daughter of William G. and Elizabeth C. (Horn) Hinton, both natives of Allen County, Kentucky. To this union were born two children: Leslie died in infancy and Cora who married Benjamin Denton Harris. Mary F. Hobdy’s death occurred June 7, 1880. Mr. Hobdy next married, on September 11, 1883, Fannie M. Wilkins, a native of Franklin, Simpson Co., Kentucky, before her marriage Fannie attended Nazareth Female Academy of Nelson County Kentucky. Joseph Cotton and Fannie had three children: Mary Francis Hobdy who married Alfred J. Carpenter, Anna Thomas Hobdy who married Benjamin F. Harris and Nathan Wilkins Hobdy, my grandfather, who married Nancye Elizabeth Helm. Nancye attended Auburn Seminary and Nathan Wilkins attended Kentucky Military Institute before returning to Simpson County.
Tony Tony Chopper ( トニートニー・チョッパー , Tonī Tonī Choppā ) is a doctor and a blue-nosed reindeer . The power of the Zoan -type Human-Human Fruit ( ヒトヒトの実 , Hito Hito no Mi ) provides him with the ability to transform into a reindeer or a reindeer hybrid. [ ch. 140 ] A self-developed drug he calls Rumble Ball ( ランブル・ボール , Ranburu Bōru ) enables him to perform even more transformations. [ ch. 149 ] When complimented, Chopper acts really sad and sometimes yells at the animal who complimented him to stop trying to make him happy. [ ch. 140 ]