Posts Tagged ‘Hudson’

Hudson Line – Please help!

by on Sunday, April 24th, 2005

My grandfather, Norman B Hudson, was orphaned in Dickson in ~1931 when his father Phillip 'Paul' Hudson died at the young age of 27. Eva M Beasley was Paul's wife.. they had Norman (1926), Laverne (1925) and Ethel (1929)…

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Cave Richardson Cemetery

by on Thursday, January 30th, 2003

Montgomery Bell State Resort Park.
Dickson County, TN.
9/27/96

Begin at the park’s Highway 47 entrance. Turn right (west) onto Highway 47 and proceed 1.9 miles. Turn right at the State Forestry entrance and drive through the short tunnel that is under the railroad track overpass. Park near the cable gate visible from the tunnel. Follow the trail which ends at the cemetery, a one half (0.5) mile walk. This cemetery is partially maintained by the family and burials still occur.

Special thanks to Sam Reed who not only wrote the above, but also compiled the inventory of headstones in this cemetery.

Anderson

Arthur L., son of S.J. & M.P. , b. 7/24/1889, d. 9/17/1898

Palistine Richardson, b. 5/14/1869, d. 10/22/1938

Stonewall Jackson, b. 5/14/1869, d. 6/13/1935

Austin

Eliza J., b. 10/14/1864, d. 10/11/1933

Ottie, b. 1888, d. 1947

T.F., b. 12/19/1862,

Brown

J. Morgan, b. 11/271863, d. 4/20/1936

Jmes T. , military marker TENNESSEE PFC WW1, b. 9/13/1892, d. 8/24/1948

Judith F., b. 10/09.1859, d. 6/09/1946

Margaret A., b. 1855, d. 1926

Samuel C., b. 1847, d. 1924

T. Hubert, b. 5/23/1903, d. 3/4/1921

Thomas H., b. 7/17/1898, d. 9/20/1954

Chandler

Kenneth, b. 1910, d. 1912

Gurly

Patricia Ann, b. 5/5/1951, d. 5/5/1951 no marker

Hall

Andrew Nathaniel, b. 4/2/1885, d. 10/25/1913

Fredonia, b. 2/14/1846

William Marshall, b. 6/25/1849, d. 2/17/1918

Howell

Edward, b. 3/19/1911, d. 7/2/1986

Truner M. Oliphant, b. 11/25/1912, d. 2/18/1985

Hudson

Baby Girl, no marker, 1959

Carolyn J.

Ingram

O.B., no marker, kd. 8/22/1952

Jackson

Harriet Arizona, b. 12/28/1863, d. 10/4/1916

H.L., son of W.L. & H.A. Jackson, b. 10/9/1878, d. 10/31/1915

W.L., b. 10.9.1878, d. 12/16/1960

Young

Cynthia Carolyn, b. 12/8/1885, d. 11/10/1950

Rosie Mai, b. 5/22/1903, d. 6/22/1969

Samuel W., b. 7/10/1868, d. 7/28/1908

The following graves are marked with field stones and lack legible inscriptions:

R3-1

R6-8 Unique cast iron marker with inscription plate missing

R7-10,11,14

R8 There are several unmrked grave outlines in this row.

Marriage Inscriptions

Edward Howell to Turner M. Oliphant, married 4/4/1932

Very special thanks to Janna Johns for supplying these additional names to the Cave Richardson Cemetery. This data was retrieved from trunks, old genealogy magazines and Winnie Richardson’s granddaughter. Cave J. Richardson was Winnie’s brother.

Richardson,

Cave Johnson, b. Jan. 1, 1845, d. Feb. 26, 1923

Elizabeth Hall, b. July 5, 1846, d. Dec. 28, 1916

Squire, b. June 20, 1805, d. May 16, 1893 age 87 yrs. 10 mos. 26 days

Syntha , b. Feb. 8, 1810, d. July 15, 1898

Ishamel . b. Oct. 23, 1889, d. Aug. 1, 1903

Amanda , b. Nov. 1, 1834, d. June 8, 1926

W.J. , b. Oct. 27, 1827, d. April 23, 1904

Annie, b. March 10, 1836 , d. July 27, 1901

L.M. , b. Oct. 18, 1862, d. April 17, 1890

L.M., b May 27, 1829,.d. Sep. 20, 1862

Lizzie , b.

C.R./C.J. ?

B.M.R.

Bessie

J.C.R.

James O. ,b. Jan. 8, 1895, d. Nov. 1, 1899 (Son)

A.J. , b. July 26, 1849, d. June 6, 1909 (Father)

Cordelia Jane , b. Dec. 17, 1866 , d. Oct. 25, 1928

Mary E. , b. Feb. 15, 1900, d. April 7, 1963

Clinton , b. 1890, d. Sep 17, 1965

Arminta , b. Feb. 3, 1867, d. Aug. 12, 1888

Hattie , b. March 14, 1881, d. Aug. 15, 1898

Tidwell

A.J. , b. Oct. 29, 1831, d. Feb. 4, 1922

Louisa F. , b. April 2, 1833, d. June 5, 1882

Emily J. (Emmy J.) , b. Feb. 18, 1858, d. Jan. 10, 1877

Mary E. , b. Mar. 16, 1837, d. April 26, 1904

M.H. , b. Sep. 6, 1834, d. Aug. 9, 1909

Young

Cynthia Carolyn , b. Dec.8, 1885 , d. Nov 10, 1950

Samuel W. , b. July 16, 1868 , d. July 28, 1908

Adams Cemetery

by on Sunday, December 8th, 2002

To get to this Cemetery, Go Hwy 46 (Yellow Creek Road ) to Fanny Branch Road, turn to ( R), go 7/10 th's of a mile. o­n your right there will be a road that turns back to the right ( almost doubling back over your shoulder). Turn to your (R) o­n this road, and the almost immediately to your left there is a short driveway. The Cemetery is immediately in front of you. At this time the grass is cut and all Stones are visible.

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The Hudsons of Dickson County

by on Saturday, July 25th, 1998

For updates or
additional information contact Van Hudson at VANHUDSON@prodigy.net or write to him at:

1022 Moores Court
Brentwood ,Tennessee 37027.

Update: The Hudson Family History Web Site has been updated! Copies of wills, deeds and court records along with summary information of the book, “Hudson: An American Heritage” update! 9/8/97

The oldest direct ancestor that I could find is my twelfth great
grandfather Henry Hudson (1500-1570) Henry had the title
“gentleman” which was a title of nobility in 1500 England.

Gentleman Henry’s oldest son Henry II had a son Henry Hudson III
(The Explorer)
Gentleman Henry’s other son William (1560 – 1630 England) fathered
Richard Hudson

Richard Hudson I, my tenth great grandfather, (1605 – 1658) sailed
to America in 1635 on the ship “Safety” and settled in Northampton,
Virginia (on the peninsula off the eastern shore of the Chesepeake
Bay)

Richard I was the father of Richard Hudson II (1630-1678). Richard
II moved inland and settled in Henrico Co, Virginia (Richmond, Va)
Richard II fathered William Hudson (1668-1701)

William Hudson fathered John Hudson (1690-1732).John moved a little
north of Richmond into Hanover County. It appears (by court records)
that John, my seventh great grandfather, was a sheriff as well as a
large plantation owner. Records show that tobacco was used as
currency in these times and John had a large Tobacco plantation. John
had 12 children ( 8 sons and 4 daughters) All the sons appeared to
have fought in the revolutionary war of 1776. Rebecca, a daughter,
married Henry Clay, a member of the Whig party and freind to Daniel
Webster. Henry lost the presidential race to James Polk.

John’s son Cuthbert (1724-1801) was a Captain in Revolutionary War
and my sixth great grandfather.

Cuthberts sons William(175x – 1821), John(175x-1838) And
Cuthbert(17xx -1821) all fought in the Revolution, and as part of the
Virginia land grant of 1783 received approximately 6,600 acres in
what is now Dickson County from George Washington as renumeration for
their efforts.

William Hudson is the guy on the plaque at the Charlotte courthouse
and my fifth great grandfather.
Military court records show that William and his brothers settled
in now Dickson Co as early as 1799, possibly establishing Dickson as
a military outpost on the edge of the frontier.

History records Dickson being settled by the likes of Mr. Dickson,
James Robertson and Montgomery Bell in 1802. My records show that the
Hudson family, as part of the military, were here before then.

Wiilliam fathered Thomas C. Hudson, who is the father of John
Washington Hudson.

My book “Hudson: An American Heritage” should be complete by mid-April 1997. My research contains so much more biographical information
than I could possibly write here. The book is for documentation
purposes to my immediate family, but I could provide copies to those
interested in it at cost. The Dickson Library and the Nashville Room
library in Nashville has already requested copies of my work, so you
can read it there also.

Update: “Hudson: An American Heritage” is now available in the Dickson County Library. 4/20/97


References used to compile this information can be found in:

Dickson County Library
Tennessee State Library in Nashville
Virginia State Library in Richmond
Mormon Chuch (LDS) Geneological Research Library
World Family Tree CD
My own personal family documents

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