Person:Nathaniel Hodson (2)

Watchers
Nathaniel Shirley Harness Hodson
m. Abt 1766
  1. Edward Hodson1767 - 1817
  2. Mary Hodson1768 - Abt 1845
  3. Francis HodsonAbt 1770 - 1771
  4. Ann Smith Hodson1772 - Abt 1814
  5. Sarah Hodson1773 -
  6. Francis Hodson1774 -
  7. Elfrida HodsonAbt 1777 - 1799
  8. William HodsonAbt 1777 - 1778
  9. Keppel Hodson1779 - 1806
  10. Sophia HodsonAbt 1780 - 1781
  11. Sophia Hodson1782 - 1844
  12. Nathaniel Shirley Harness Hodson1784 - 1861
  13. Charlotte Hodson1785 - Abt 1829
  14. James Hodson1786 - 1832
  15. William Henry Hodson1787 - 1795
  16. John Charles Albemarle Miller Hodson1789 - 1789
  17. Joseph Hodson1794 -
  • HNathaniel Shirley Harness Hodson1784 - 1861
  • WCaroline RobinsonAbt 1792 - 1821
m. Abt 1810
  1. Francis Hodson1811 -
  2. Caroline Robinson Hodson1813 -
  3. Edward Hodson1816 -
  4. Frederic Hodson1820 -
  • HNathaniel Shirley Harness Hodson1784 - 1861
  • WBetsey Gooch1805 - 1884
m. 22 Aug 1825
  1. Betsey Gooch Hodson1826 - 1889
  2. Mary Hodson1827 -
  3. Sophia Susanna Hodson1829 -
  4. Nathaniel George Hodson1831 -
  5. James Edmund Hodson1833 -
  6. Catharine Anderson Hodson1836 -
  7. Charles Maxey Hodson1837 - 1893
  8. Thomas Brown Hodson1841 - 1893
  9. Emma Hodson1842 -
  10. Julia HodsonAbt 1845 -
Facts and Events
Name Nathaniel Shirley Harness Hodson
Gender Male
Birth? Jan 1784 Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
Marriage Abt 1810 Englandto Caroline Robinson
Marriage 22 Aug 1825 Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, Englandto Betsey Gooch
Death[1] 10 Dec 1861 Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England

1851 census - Retired officer, War department

References
  1. England. National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations),1858 onwards. (Ancestry.com).

    The Will of Nathaniel Shirley Hodson formerly of Chapel Field South Lambeth in the County of Surrey but late of Bury St. Edmunds in the County of Suffok Gentleman deceased who died 10 December 1861 at Bury St. Edmunds aforesaid was proved at the Principal Registry by oath of Betsy Hodson Bury St. Edmunds aforesaid Widow the Relict the sole Executrix.

  2.   Established Bury St. Edmunds Botanic Garden, 1820.