Person:Albert Hudson (5)

  1. Albert C. Hudson1837 - 1919
  2. Henry Hudson - 1889
  3. Carrie A. Hudson - 1870
  4. Elijah Hudson1843 - 1915
  • HAlbert C. Hudson1837 - 1919
  • W.  Adelaide Atherton (add)
m. 17 Dec 1862
  1. Charles T. Hudson1863 - 1959
Facts and Events
Name Albert C. Hudson
Gender Male
Birth[1] 6 Sep 1837 Gaines, Orleans, New York, United States
Marriage 17 Dec 1862 to Adelaide Atherton (add)
Death[1] 3 Jul 1919 Milton Junction, Rock, Wisconsin, United States
  1. 1.0 1.1 The Journal-Telephone
    July 10, 1919.

    Albert Cody Hudson was born in Gaines, Orleans county, N. Y., September 6, 1837, and died of apoplexy at his home in Milton Junction, Wis., July 3, 1919, at the age of 81 years, 9 months and 27 days.
    He was the third child of a family of eight children, six brothers and one sister, born to Daniel T. and Lucinda Butts Hudson; only one brother, Frank of Milton, survives him.
    At six years of age he came west with his parents, who located in the Township of Milton, and he has resided in this vicinity ever since, except three years in Illinois. No older settler was better authority on pioneer life in Northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin than Mr. Hudson; and in his declining years it gave him much pleasure to rehearse his early life experiences.
    December 17, 1862, he was united in marriage to Adelaide Almeda Atherton and they lived on a farm north of Milton, forty-eight years. To this union were born four children, three sons and one daughter, one of whom - 'Little Willie' - having died in infancy, the other three being spared to comfort him in his declining years. One son, Frank, lives in South Dakota, one son Charles T. and the daughter, Mrs. John Cashore, living in Milton Junction. He also leaves to mourn his genial disposition, ten grandchildren and fourteen great-grandchildren, and notwithstanding his feeble condition, he was happiest when they were around him; but the one who will miss him most is his devoted wife, who has cared for him most vigilantly since his health broke, about eleven years ago.
    Mr. Hudson was a kind husband and father, a good neighbor, and though retiring in his habits, was always ready for a visit with his friends. He will be greatly missed, for his acquaintances were extensive.
    He was a member of the Du Lac Lodge, No. 322, I. O. O. F. Wis., for thirty-five years, and at the time of his death was an Honorary member.
    Funeral services conducted by Rev. A. L. McClelland of Rosendale, Wis., were held at the residence Saturday, at 2 p.m., and burial was made in the Milton cemetery. The pallbearers were two grandsons, and four grand-sons-in-law: Will and Ainsley Hudson, Dave and Harry Arnold, Jesse Davis and William Heinig.
    Those from out of town who attended the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Hudson, St. Lawrence, S. D., Mr. and Mrs. Ainsley Hudson, Mr. and Mrs. William Heinig, and Mrs. Perry Millar, Janesville, Mrs. Belle Mahan and Charles Hudson, Madison, and Geo. Addie, Whitewater.