Robert H Hudson1

#10879, (November 1839 - 24 February 1915)


Nancy E Hudson b. 1845, d. 1917
Children 1.Laura E Hudson2 (c 1866 - )
 2.Bela A Hudson2 (c 1868 - )
 3.Charles L Hudson2 (c 1870 - )
 4.William W Hudson2 (c 1873 - )
 5.James K Hudson2 (c 1878 - )
 6.Wallace F Hudson2 (c 1880 - )
Birth*November 1839He was born in November 1839 at IllinoisG.1 
Marriage*circa 1865He married Nancy E Hudson, daughter of William Wesley Hudson and Matilda Fowler, circa 1865.1 
9 June 1880He and Nancy E Hudson appeared on the census of 9 June 1880 at Boon Twp., Warrick Co., IndianaG.2 
June 1900He and Nancy E Hudson appeared on the census of June 1900 at Maple Street, Boonville, Warrick Co., IndianaG.1 
Death*24 February 1915He died on 24 February 1915 at Boonville, Warrick Co., IndianaG, at age 75.3 
Burial*26 February 1915He was buried on 26 February 1915 at Maple Grove Cemetery, Boonville, Warrick Co., IndianaG.4 


  1. [S5] 1900 U.S. Federal Census. Robert H (60), b. IL Nov 1839, parents b. NC, carpenter; Nnacy E (55), b. IN Feb 1845, parents b. IN, 7 children, 6 living; marr. 35 yrs.
  2. [S17] 1880 U.S. Federal Census. Robert H (40), farmer, b. IN, father b. SC, mother b. VA; Nancy E (35), keeping house, b. and parents b. IN.
  3. [S1672] Indiana Death Certificates 1899-2011/2017, Indiana State Board of Health, Death Certificates, 1900–2011, certificates, 1910-1919, Roll 21, img. 1632/1972. No. 228, Local No. 17. Robert H Hudson, b. IN 17 Nov 1839, son of Wm Hudson and --- McGill, both b. KY; marr., ret. carpenter, d. Boonville, Warrick Co. IN, 24 Feb 1915, age 75y 3m 7d, pneumonia; inf. Chas. Hudson, Boonville; bur. Maple Grove 36 Feb 1915, online
  4. [S1628], online, civil war veteran marker. Robert H Hudson, Co. K, 42nd Ind. Inf., b. 17 Nov 1839, d. 24 Feb 1915. Narrative: citing Boonville Enquirer, Feb 26 1915 obituary:
    Robert H. Hudson was born in Warrick County November 17,1839, and has almost continuously lived in the county of his birth.
    He was married to Nancy E. Hudson November 7, 1864, and to the union seven children were born – one daughter and six sons.
    The deceased united with the Methodist church in early life and remained a consistent and loyal member of that denomination.
    He enlisted in Co. K, 42nd Ind. Vols., Sept. 20,1861 and served in that regiment until Dec 31, 1863, when he mustered out in order to reenlist the following day in the Fifth Regiment of the Veteran Reserve Corps in which he served until the close of the war. Many civil war veterans attended the obsequities.

    Memorial 9487763, created by Bev, maintained by Zoeangel, photo added by ladyN70.