Person:John Hudgens (4)

John M. (William) HUDGENS
b.18 May 1834 Arkansas
d.17 Mar 1891 Claiborne Parish, La
Facts and Events
Name[1][2] John M. (William) HUDGENS
Gender Male
Birth? 18 May 1834 Arkansas
Marriage 3 Jan 1856 Claiborne, Louisiana, United Statesto Mary Ann ADKINS
Death? 17 Mar 1891 Claiborne Parish, La
Burial? Lower Old Athens Cemetery, Claiborne Parish, LA

November 29, 1904 Mary Ann Adkins Hudgens filed a Widow'sApplication for Pension. She was 65 years old and a resident ofState Line in the Parish of Claiborne. John M. Hudgens enteredthe service of the Confederate States at Homer, Louisiana onSept. 1862 in Co. D of the 28th Regiment (Gray's 28th). Heserved until the surrender at Shreveport, Louisiana on 28 June1865. He was a private. Mary Ann Adkins Hudgens states she wasmarried on January 3, 1856 at Athens, Louisiana. Her hubanddied on March 17th 1891. She has resided in LA for 52 years.Her husband died from Dropsy and Hemmorage of the bowels? and isburied in Athens, LA.

Witnesses were J.M. Camp at Haynesville, LA; W. J. Smith,Homer, LA; both witnesses were comrades of John M. Hudgens.

On December 11, 1916, , heirs of Mary Ann and John M. Hudgensfiled for money due their deceased mother. Heirs were L. M.Hudgens, S. E. Hudgens. H. W. Hudgens. Mrs. L. F. Mullenix?, T.F. Mullenix, and Emmagene Miller.A check in the amount of $14.75was issued to them on January 17, 1917.

Signed by Henry Sla___? , Columbia Co. Arkansas, NotaryPublic.28th Regiment Infantry, Co. D (Gray's)

  1. Webster Parish Marriage Records.
  2. Civil War Pension Application.