"H" Cities of Summit County
Located In West Akron
Located In Doylestown
Barberton Rd (East Ave) or Wooster Rd about a mile from the (then) city limits an estate sale said. Contributed by: email@example.com
Located In Twinsburg.
Settled 1800 by Deacon David Hudson. Originally part of Portage County.
The first official marriages in Summit County were those of Jothan ATWATER and Miss Laura KELLOGG of Hudson and Mr. Joseph DARROW and Miss Sally PRIOR of Hudson. (April 3 and April 17, 1803).
John Brown (the abolitionist) came with his family to Hudson in 1805
James W. Ellsworth was born in Hudson. He later went to Chicago and became a millionaire coal operator. His son Lincoln was a famous explorer and traveler.
The first physician in Summit Co resided in Hudson in 1800. His name was Moses Thompson (1776-1858).
Historcial Districts: Pine Swamp, Hobart Hospital, Hudson Public School,
Lakes: Forest Lake
Cemetaries: O'Brien Cemetary, Oakwood Cemetary, Old Hudson Twp Burial Ground, Maple Lawn Cemetary, Markillie Cemetary,
Summit County OHGenWeb Page
Established November 20, 1996
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