Person:Daniel Hudson (19)

Watchers
  • F.  Elijah Hudson (add)
  • M.  Nancy Bemis (add)
  1. Daniel T. Hudson1810 - 1891
  1. Albert C. Hudson1837 - 1919
  2. Henry Hudson - 1889
  3. Carrie A. Hudson - 1870
  4. Elijah Hudson1843 - 1915
Facts and Events
Name Daniel T. Hudson
Gender Male
Birth[1] 11 Feb 1810 Chatham, Columbia, New York, United States
Death[1] 28 May 1891 Milton Township, Rock, Wisconsin, United States
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 The Weekly Telephone
    p. 5, June 4, 1891.

    Died - Thursday, May 28, 1891, at his home north of Milton, Daniel T. Hudson, in the 82d year of his age. Deceased was born in Chatham, Columbia county, N. Y., in 1810, where he remained until manhood. In 1832 he was married to his now bereaved wife, Lucinda Butts. Soon after this event he removed to Orleans county, N. Y., where he remained some twelve years. In June, 1844, he came to Milton and settled on the farm where he continued to reside until his death. He was the father of seven sons and one daughter. Six sons survive who followed his remains to their last resting place. Of this number were John W., one of the prominent business men of Madison, Wis., and Lewis B., formerly a lawyer of this place and a professor of elocution, but now of Bloomington, Ill. The other sons are engaged in agricultural pursuits, and reside in the town of Milton. Three of his sons - John W., George and Elijah - served in the war of the rebellion. The subject of this obituary is among the last of those hardy pioneers who came West in their youth and laid the foundation of our civilization in this section of the country. He was a kind neighbor, a generous friend, a good husband, and an indulgent father. The remains were interred in Milton cemetery. Rev. W. T. Millar, of De Pere, Wis., officiated at the ceremonies, Rev. Farnham assisting.

  2.   C. W. Butterfield. The History of Rock County, Wisconsin: containing a history of Rock County, its early settlement, growth, development, resources, etc., an extensive and minute sketch of its cities, their improvements, industries, manufacturies, churches, schools, societies, etc., war record, biographical sketches, portraits. (Chicago: Western Historical Company, 1879)
    824.

    D. T. HUDSON, farmer, Sec. 26; P.O. Milton Junction; born in Chatham, Columbia Co., N.Y., Feb. 11, 1810; son of Elijah Hudson and Nancy Bemis; came to Wisconsin in April, 1845, and settled in Milton, on Sec. 26; purchased 160 acres of Mr. James Waddle, pre-empted by Mr. Grosvenor Stores. Mr. E. Hudson had six sons. Mr. D. T. Hudson married Miss Lucinda Butts, daughter of Louis M. Butts and Betsey Page, of New York. They had eight children - John W., born Jan. 12, 1834; Louis B., Dec. 11, 1835; Albert C., Sept. 6, 1837; George W., Feb. 25, 1839; William E. H., July 31, 1841; Elijah, April 19, 1843, Carrie A., April 6, 1847, died Nov. 22, 1871; Benjamin F., born July 12, 1848. John W. enlisted Aug. 14, 1862, in Co. D, 23d W.V.I., Capt. Joseph E. Greene; discharged for disability Oct. 3, 1863. Mr. Hudson was elected Town Assessor about 1846; also Supervisor three terms, Treasurer and Trustee of the District School. The family attend the Methodist Church at Milton. He has assisted in advancing the interests of the Church by donation and otherwise; contributed toward building Milton College and the Congregational Church. Republican. His home farm consists of 100 acres. He breeds cattle, hogs, horses, and the usual products of the county.