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James Mordecai Hudson

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James Mordecai Hudson

Birth
Death
11 Nov 1950 (aged 74)
Burial
Bloomfield, Greene County, Indiana, USA Add to Map
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Part 3 Row 3
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James M. Hudson Rites Conducted Here Today. Local Attorney Taken By Death at Linton Hospital Monday. Funeral services were conducted this afternoon (Thursday) at 2:00 o’clock for James M. HUDSON, 74-Year-old well-known local attorney. Joe WALLS conducted the services at the First Presbyterian Church, here, and burial was made in Grandview Cemetery where Masonic graveside rites were conducted by the Solsberry Masonic Lodge. Mr. HUDSON, who had been ill for several months, passed away at the Freeman Greene County Hospital Monday afternoon at 5:15 o’clock. Born in Center Township on April 17, 1876, he was the son of Henry and Amanda (HATFIELD) HUDSON. He received his early education in Center township schools and attended the Normal School in Bloomfield. He taught school in Center and Jackson townships, and was at one time principal of the Owensburg school. Mr. HUDSON attended law school at Indiana University and was admitted to the bar in Greene County in 1903. He entered into the active practice of law at that time and continued that practice until illness caused his retirement. Mr. HUDSON was an active worker in the Democratic Party and was at one time prosecuting attorney for Greene and Sullivan counties. He was a member of the Solsberry Masonic Lodge, the Hobbieville I.O.O.F. Lodge and the Red Men’s Lodge at Bloomington. Surviving him are two sons, James and Wendell HUDSON, both of Bloomfield; two daughters, Mrs. Mary WARREN, of Bellflower, California, and Mrs. Marie WHITING, of Seattle, Washington; four sisters, Mrs. Minta WORKMAN and Mrs. Ora DOBSON, of Center township; Mrs. Lote WOLLAM, of Owensburg, and Mrs. Lona BRANDON, of Chillicothe, Ohio, and four brothers, Henry HUDSON, of Cincinnati; Sharkey HUDSON, of Anderson; Kirby, of Montana, and A. HUDSON, of Idaho. The Lester Jenkins & Sons Funeral Home was in charge of the final services.

James M. HUDSON family plot in Grandview Cemetery, Bloomfield, Greene County, Indiana. The plot contains the following markers: James M. HUDSON, 1876—1950; Wendell L 1896—25 Jul 1960, IND Pfc 3 Det Demob Gp WWI; Nellie HUDSON, 1908— ; James W. HUDSON 1915—2001; Margaret C. HUDSON 1916—1983; Victoria HUDSON 18993—1980; Henry HUDSON 1889—1972; Joyce H. SUMMERS, no dates; Robert I. SUMMERS, no dates; Norma J. BOCK 1928— ___; Richard L. BOCK, 1927—___; Naomi V. BINGHAM 1906—1925; Verral B. “Bing” BINGHAM 1903—1973;
James M. Hudson Rites Conducted Here Today. Local Attorney Taken By Death at Linton Hospital Monday. Funeral services were conducted this afternoon (Thursday) at 2:00 o’clock for James M. HUDSON, 74-Year-old well-known local attorney. Joe WALLS conducted the services at the First Presbyterian Church, here, and burial was made in Grandview Cemetery where Masonic graveside rites were conducted by the Solsberry Masonic Lodge. Mr. HUDSON, who had been ill for several months, passed away at the Freeman Greene County Hospital Monday afternoon at 5:15 o’clock. Born in Center Township on April 17, 1876, he was the son of Henry and Amanda (HATFIELD) HUDSON. He received his early education in Center township schools and attended the Normal School in Bloomfield. He taught school in Center and Jackson townships, and was at one time principal of the Owensburg school. Mr. HUDSON attended law school at Indiana University and was admitted to the bar in Greene County in 1903. He entered into the active practice of law at that time and continued that practice until illness caused his retirement. Mr. HUDSON was an active worker in the Democratic Party and was at one time prosecuting attorney for Greene and Sullivan counties. He was a member of the Solsberry Masonic Lodge, the Hobbieville I.O.O.F. Lodge and the Red Men’s Lodge at Bloomington. Surviving him are two sons, James and Wendell HUDSON, both of Bloomfield; two daughters, Mrs. Mary WARREN, of Bellflower, California, and Mrs. Marie WHITING, of Seattle, Washington; four sisters, Mrs. Minta WORKMAN and Mrs. Ora DOBSON, of Center township; Mrs. Lote WOLLAM, of Owensburg, and Mrs. Lona BRANDON, of Chillicothe, Ohio, and four brothers, Henry HUDSON, of Cincinnati; Sharkey HUDSON, of Anderson; Kirby, of Montana, and A. HUDSON, of Idaho. The Lester Jenkins & Sons Funeral Home was in charge of the final services.

James M. HUDSON family plot in Grandview Cemetery, Bloomfield, Greene County, Indiana. The plot contains the following markers: James M. HUDSON, 1876—1950; Wendell L 1896—25 Jul 1960, IND Pfc 3 Det Demob Gp WWI; Nellie HUDSON, 1908— ; James W. HUDSON 1915—2001; Margaret C. HUDSON 1916—1983; Victoria HUDSON 18993—1980; Henry HUDSON 1889—1972; Joyce H. SUMMERS, no dates; Robert I. SUMMERS, no dates; Norma J. BOCK 1928— ___; Richard L. BOCK, 1927—___; Naomi V. BINGHAM 1906—1925; Verral B. “Bing” BINGHAM 1903—1973;


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