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Alfred Hudson

The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hudson died of lung fever on Tuesday, of last week and was buried on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Hudson have the sympathy of a large circle of friends.

Source: The Lebanon (Ohio) Gazette, 12 Mar 1889 [copy obtained from obituary collection at the Warren County Genealogical Society]
This information would place the date of death on 5 March 1889

by
Peter Jung
7 July 2006

Dora Hudson (1853-1891)

The Grim Reaper.
Mrs. Dora Hudson died at her home in Chicago yesterday forenoon. She was the daughter of Dr. Iler of Blue Ball, and the only sister of Mrs. Scott McClellan, having been raised at Blue Ball she was consequently well and favorably known in this city and vicinity. She was taken ill four weeks ago, and two weeks later her sister from Blue Ball went to her bedside and did all in her power to alleviate her sufferings but with the approach of yesterday her spirit was called to the God who gave it. Her bereaved father immediately left for Chicago and will make arrangements to have her remains brought here for interment.

Source: "The Grim Reaper," Dora Hudson obituary, The Daily Signal (Middletown, OH), Tuesday, April 21, 1891

by
Vivian Combs Moon
15 December 2012

Dora Hudson (1853-1891)

The remains of Mrs. Dora Hudson were brought to this city this morning from Chicago by Dr. Iler and Mrs. Scott McClellan. The time of the funeral has not been decided upon but will be either tomorrow or Friday. The remains will be interred in the Middletown cemetery.
Later - The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon from Dr. Iler's residence.

Source: Dora Hudson obituary, The Daily Signal (Middletown, OH), Wednesday, April 22, 1891

by
Vivian Combs Moon
15 December 2012

 

George Hudson (1859-1938)

Prominent Horse Man and Republican Leader in This Section
George Hudson, aged 79 years, former postmaster of Blanchester, in the early part of the century under the Theodore Roosevelt and Taft administrations, died Tuesday evening of last week at his home in Perris, Calif. For several years he had been declining in health, his last illness being of a few weeks’ duration.

Mr. Hudson will be well remembered by the older residents of this locality. He was born and reared a short distance south of Blanchester. In his early life he operated a livery stable at Morrow, and later on in Blanchester. He was for many years prominent in Republican politics in this section of Ohio. Many persons will probably remember his best as the owner of the famous race horse, Highland Queen.

A son, Ralph, served for 20 years in the navy and preceded his father in death two years ago.

The Hudsons moved to California in 1914, where he again served as postmaster at Perris until 1928. Mr. and Mrs. Hudson last visited in this community three years ago this summer, renewing old acquaintances in this section at the time.

Surviving besides the widow, Mrs. Blanche Hudson, are a sister, Mrs. Mary F. Hutchinson, of San Diego, Calif.; three nieces, all living in California; and three nephews, Howard G. Hudson, of Wilmington; John Hudson, Jr., of Madisonville, and Elbridge L. Hudson, of Madiera.

Funeral services were held at Perris, Calif., on Friday Morning with interment at that place.

Source: unnamed paper dated 8 Jun 1938 [copy obtained from obituary collection at the Warren County Genealogical Society]

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Arne H Trelvik
6 July 2006

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