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This side of the family starts with Louisa Hudson married to Alfred Hammond. Most of this info has come from other researchers. I have documented back to Nathaniel Green Hudson. Our Henry Hudson was not the famous explorer but we have to be related somehow.

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Name Year Year Year Year Year Year Year
Hudson, Louisa - Alfred Hammond
B: 1805 in GA D: 1833 in GA
1810 1820 1830 - - - -
Hudson, Nathaniel - Mary Cason
B: 1760 in VA D: 1820 in GA
1790 1800 1810 1820 - - -
Hudson, John - Mary Greene
B: 1717 in VA D: 1801 in VA
1790 1800 - - - - -
               

Documents:

RUCKERSVILLE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

On Ruckersville Rd near Ruckersville in NE Elbert Co.

Hammond           Louisa, Mrs         28-Oct-1808    30-May-1833      Louisa Hudson, w/o Major Alfred Hammond

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Descendants of Henry Hudson

Generation No. 1

1. HENRY1 HUDSON He married BARBARA.

Children of HENRY HUDSON and BARBARA are:

2. i. WILLIAM2 HUDSON.

ii. HENRY HUDSON.

 

Generation No. 2

2. WILLIAM2 HUDSON (HENRY1) He married ALICE TURNER.

Child of WILLIAM HUDSON and ALICE TURNER is:

3. i. RICHARD3 HUDSON, b. 1605, Tamsworth, Staffordshire, England; d. 1659, Northampton, Virginia.

 

Generation No. 3

3. RICHARD3 HUDSON (WILLIAM2, HENRY1) was born 1605 in Tamsworth, Staffordshire, England, and died 1659 in Northampton, Virginia. He married MARY HAYES.

Notes for RICHARD HUDSON:

Richard Hudson, born 1605, in Tamworth, Staffordshire, England and Christened in the Church of England November 5, 1608, Tamworth, Staffordshire, England is a likely immigrant candidate for our Hudson line. The line continued through His son, Richard, who also had a son named Richard.

Richard Hudson, son of William Hudson and Alice Turner, departed London August 10, 1635 aboard the Safety bound for the Virginia Plantation and settled in Accomac*, Virginia.

Richard's first wife's name is unknown, but he married a second time in 1638 to Mary Hayes, a widow about 30 years old. Along with his new wife Richard acquired two or more stepchildren and debts three times greater than the value of her estate.

Richard Hudson owned land on Hungars Creek (Hungars was one of the oldest settlements on the Eastern Shore*.), which he probably held from a very early period and appears to have been common knowledge.

Richard Hudson was possibly a coastal trader, for he is mentioned as a a mariner in 1642, Captain of his own ship and his Mate was Thomas Streete. His holdings of land, crops, a mill and warehouse, and livestock indicate his activities were likely local too.

His livestock mark was a "fleur de leis," a device associated with the Hudson coat of arms of Henry the Alderman. The fleur de leis was also the livestock mark of both Richard's sons, Henry and Nicholas, of Somerset County, Maryland.

Richard Hudson disliked Marylanders. Rivalry between Virginia and Maryland for the Chesapeake trade may have contributed, because other traders during this time were also having difficulties with the Marylanders.

Religious differences too may have contributed to his dislike of Marylanders, who were mostly Catholics. His sons, Henry and Nicholas, were closely associated with, if not themselves, Quakers. Nicholas' wife, Elizabeth Freeman, was a Quaker and Somerset County, Maryland, where they lived, was a Quaker refuge. Puritan and Catholic differences were rising in England at that time too.

According to the work of Roy D. Hudson, Richard the sailor, continued to live at Hungars Creek, married a third time to Barbara Jacob, and left a Nuncupative (spoken to witnesses) Will in 1659.

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*Accomac is County Seat of Accomack County, Virginia.

*Eastern Shore is that part of Virginia in the Atlantic Ocean; an extension of the Maryland peninsula.

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Tidbits of the life of Richard I

(from early Accomac Court records 1630 - 1660)

Apparently Richard I came to Virginia in 1635 as an indentured servant to Obedience Robbins. Court records indicate a dispute over payment to Obedience which indicates a servatude.

Richard sued a Mrs. Savage for payment of some services that were rendered. The court ordered her to pay Richard 600 lbs of tobacco and five barrels of corn. (Eighty lbs of tobacco were worth about one pound Sterling and a day's wages was about sixteen lbs of tobacco) (Deeds And Will Book 1632 - 1640 p.19)

Goodwiffe Robbins was brought into court for slandering Richard's wife Mary. Goodwife Robins' wife Alice received twenty lashes for this offense. It appears that Alice Robbins was a disagreeable person evidenced by the fact that she was quite often in court. For another slanderous offense she was "...lashed to the end of a canow and towed over the creeke".

Richard again appears in court over a disputed hog. It appears Richard claims it was stolen and could identify it by its markings in the ear(the same fleur de lis utilized by Gentlemen Henry Hudson). The defendants claim that the markings in the ear were destroyed when the sow was attacked by dogs. Richard claimed that the thieves cut it out. The records are not entirely clear as to how it ended. Copies of these court records are attached to the hardcopy version of this document.

Court records show the transfer of a minor orphan from the household of Richard and Mary to his sister in law Ruth Hayes. Copies of these court records are attached to the hardcopy version of this document.

Finally court records show that Richard snuck upon "..his Girle" and her boyfriend in a compromising position in the woods. It is not known if "..his Girle" is his daughter or a servant, but the description in the court records is amusing. Copies of these court records are attached to the hardcopy version of this document.

 

Children of RICHARD HUDSON and MARY HAYES are:

4. i. RICHARD4 HUDSON, b. Abt. 1634, Accomack, Virginia; d. 25 Oct 1669, Henrico, Virginia.

ii. EDWARD HUDSON, b. Abt. 1638, Accomack, Virginia.

iii. ROBERT HUDSON, b. Abt. 1640, Accomack, Virginia.

iv. HENRY HUDSON, b. Abt. 1642.

v. NICHOLAS HUDSON, b. Abt. 1644.

vi. JOHN HUDSON, b. Abt. 1646.

 

Generation No. 4

4. RICHARD4 HUDSON (RICHARD3, WILLIAM2, HENRY1) was born Abt. 1634 in Accomack, Virginia, and died 25 Oct 1669 in Henrico, Virginia. He married MARY BOWMAN Abt. 1658 in Accomack, Virginia, daughter of ROBERT BOWMAN. She was born Abt. 1640, and died Abt. 1688 in Henrico, Virginia.

Notes for RICHARD HUDSON:

Richard Hudson II was born in Accomack County, Virginia, about 1632, and died October 25, 1669 in Henrico County, Virginia. He was married about 1658 to Mary Bowman and is believed to have been the first born child of Richard Hudson I and his first wife.

It is reasonable to assume Richard was alienated from his father and other family members. His father was away (at sea?) for various lengths of time, and after his mother died, Richard was apparently indentured into the care and control of one James Bruce.

He afterward, therefore, embarked upon his separate personal fortune. In 1652, he joined a group of people traveling westward into Henrico County, Virginia. There he settled among the Bowman families on land lying in a bend on the south side of the James River.

Existing Henrico County records indicate Richard Hudson II had received from his "father" Bowman, father of Richard's wife, Mary Bowman, a gift of land known as "Roxdale."

The above mentioned records also refer to the Will of Richard Hudson II, made October 25, 1669, whereby the land known as "Roxdale" was divided between his three minor sons. This Will is now among the missing records of Henrico County.

The exact time of his decease is not determined other than Court records dating the guardianship administration of his minor sons. There appears to be no further evidence regarding the whereabouts of Mary Bowman Hudson.

 

Notes for MARY BOWMAN:

Mary BOWMAN - b. VA. Living in 1688. The Roxdale plantation may have come to the Hudson family through Mary. She was sister of Robert, William and John BOWMAN, and daughter of Robert BOWMAN, Sr. (d. Feb. 17, 1670/1, Varine Parish, Bermuda Hundred, Henrico Co., VA).

 

Children of RICHARD HUDSON and MARY BOWMAN are:

5. i. RICHARD5 HUDSON, b. Abt. 1660, Henrico, Virginia.

6. ii. ROBERT HUDSON, b. Abt. 1662, Henrico, Virginia.

7. iii. WILLIAM HUDSON, b. Aug 1668, Henrico, Virginia; d. 27 Nov 1701, Henrico, Virginia.

 

Generation No. 5

5. RICHARD5 HUDSON (RICHARD4, RICHARD3, WILLIAM2, HENRY1) was born Abt. 1660 in Henrico, Virginia. He married MARY HALL.

Notes for RICHARD HUDSON:

Richard Hudson III was born about 1660 in Henrico County, Virginia and married Mary Hall. In 1706 Richard sold his share of the Roxdale Plantation to his brother, Robert Hudson, for 1600 pounds of tobacco and left the area. He settled his family at Hatcher's Run, in what later became Amelia County, Virginia.

Child of RICHARD HUDSON and MARY HALL is:

8. i. HALL6 HUDSON, b. 1700, Amelia County, Virginia.

 

6. ROBERT5 HUDSON (RICHARD4, RICHARD3, WILLIAM2, HENRY1) was born Abt. 1662 in Henrico, Virginia.

Children of ROBERT HUDSON are:

i. SAMUEL6 HUDSON.

ii. JOHN HUDSON.

iii. HENRY HUDSON.

iv. PETER HUDSON.

v. ROBERT HUDSON.

vi. PHEBE HUDSON.

 

7. WILLIAM5 HUDSON (RICHARD4, RICHARD3, WILLIAM2, HENRY1) was born Aug 1668 in Henrico, Virginia, and died 27 Nov 1701 in Henrico, Virginia. He married ELIZABETH JENNINGS 1689 in Virgina. She was born Abt. 1667 in Virgina, and died 1711 in Hanover, Virgina.

Notes for WILLIAM HUDSON:

Progenitor of the "Hudsons of Hanover." Inherited a portion of his father's Roxdale estate in 1689. Married Elizabeth JENNINGS. Children: Charles married Mary and/or Sarah Ann ROYALL; William married; John married Elizabeth HARRIS (twelve children, including son: George HUDSON married Sara Elizabeth JENNINGS; granddaughter: Elizabeth HUDSON married Rev. John CLAY; great grandson: Sen. Henry CLAY); and Christopher.

Children of WILLIAM HUDSON and ELIZABETH JENNINGS are:

9. i. JOHN6 HUDSON, b. 1692, New Kent, Virginia; d. 11 Apr 1732, Hanover, Virginia.

ii. CHARLES HUDSON.

iii. WILLIAM HUDSON.

 

Generation No. 6

8. HALL6 HUDSON (RICHARD5, RICHARD4, RICHARD3, WILLIAM2, HENRY1) was born 1700 in Amelia County, Virginia. He married ELIZABETH in Nottoway Parish, Amelia County, Virginia.

Child of HALL HUDSON and ELIZABETH is:

i. JOAKIM7 HUDSON, b. 11 Feb 1731/32.

 

9. JOHN6 HUDSON (WILLIAM5, RICHARD4, RICHARD3, WILLIAM2, HENRY1) was born 1692 in New Kent, Virginia, and died 11 Apr 1732 in Hanover, Virginia. He married ELIZABETH HARRIS 1711 in New Kent, Virginia. She was born 02 Nov 1698 in Hanover, Virginia, and died 1770 in Hanover, Virginia.

Children of JOHN HUDSON and ELIZABETH HARRIS are:

10. i. JOHN7 HUDSON, b. 1717, Henrico, Virginia; d. 1801, New Kent, Virginia.

ii. GEORGE HUDSON, m. SARA ELIZABETH JENNINGS.

 

Generation No. 7

10. JOHN7 HUDSON (JOHN6, WILLIAM5, RICHARD4, RICHARD3, WILLIAM2, HENRY1) was born 1717 in Henrico, Virginia, and died 1801 in New Kent, Virginia. He married MARY FRANCES GREENE 1747 in Prince Edward, Virginia. She was born Abt. 1717 in New Kent, Virginia, and died Abt. 1811.

Child of JOHN HUDSON and MARY GREENE is:

11. i. NATHANIEL GREEN8 HUDSON, b. 02 Dec 1760, Orange, Virginia; d. 07 Sep 1820, Elberton, Elbert, Georgia.

 

Generation No. 8

11. NATHANIEL GREEN8 HUDSON (JOHN7, JOHN6, WILLIAM5, RICHARD4, RICHARD3, WILLIAM2, HENRY1) was born 02 Dec 1760 in Orange, Virginia, and died 07 Sep 1820 in Elberton, Elbert, Georgia. He married MARY CASON Abt. 1792 in Virginia. She was born 08 Jan 1772 in Orange, Virginia, and died 11 Apr 1885 in Dalton, Whitfield, Georgia.

Children of NATHANIEL HUDSON and MARY CASON are:

i. MARY9 HUDSON, b. 07 Sep 1795, Wilkes Elbert, Georgia; d. 23 Sep 1875, Elbert, Georgia.

ii. WILLIAM HUDSON, b. 07 Feb 1799, Elbert, Georgia; d. Abt. 27 Feb 1838, Henry, Georgia.

iii. FRANCES HUDSON, b. 02 Dec 1800, Elberton, Elbert, Georgia; d. 22 Nov 1887, Terrell, Georgia.

iv. LUCY CARROLL HUDSON, b. 01 Aug 1802, Elbert, Georgia; d. 1818, Georgia.

v. JOHN HUDSON, b. 10 May 1803, Elbert, Georgia; d. 27 Jul 1882, Emerson, Columbia, Arkansas.

12. vi. LOUISA HUDSON, b. 28 Oct 1805, Elbert, Georgia; d. 30 May 1833, Elbert, Georgia.

vii. ELIZA CAROLINE HUDSON, b. 23 Apr 1811, Elbert, Georgia; d. 1835, Elbert, Georgia.

viii. MARTHA P HUDSON, b. Abt. 1817, Wilkes Elbert, Georgia; d. 1821, Wilkes Elbert, Georgia.

 

Generation No. 9

12. LOUISA9 HUDSON (NATHANIEL GREEN8, JOHN7, JOHN6, WILLIAM5, RICHARD4, RICHARD3, WILLIAM2, HENRY1) was born 28 Oct 1805 in Elbert, Georgia, and died 30 May 1833 in Elbert, Georgia. She married ALFRED HAMMOND 24 Jan 1826 in Elbert, Georgia, son of JOB HAMMOND and LUCY HOWARD. He was born 18 Jun 1794 in GA, and died 06 Feb 1863 in Elbert, Georgia.

Marriage Notes for LOUISA HUDSON and ALFRED HAMMOND:

ELBERT COUNTY, GEORGIA MARRIAGES 1806-1809

Children of LOUISA HUDSON and ALFRED HAMMOND are:

13. i. ELISHA N10 HAMMOND, b. May 1822, Georgia.

ii. LAVONIA HAMMOND.

iii. CORNELIA HAMMOND.

 

Generation No. 10

13. ELISHA N10 HAMMOND (LOUISA9 HUDSON, NATHANIEL GREEN8, JOHN7, JOHN6, WILLIAM5, RICHARD4, RICHARD3, WILLIAM2, HENRY1) was born May 1822 in Georgia. He married (1) MARTHA ANN SWINDLE 18 Dec 1842 in Madison, Georgia, daughter of SOLOMON SWINDLE and LETHA DEPRIEST. She was born 21 May 1826 in Madison, Georgia, and died Feb 1903 in Elbert, Georgia. He married (2) LEANNA 1891 in Georgia. She was born May 1861 in Georgia.

Children of ELISHA HAMMOND and MARTHA SWINDLE are:

i. ARCHER E.11 HAMMOND, b. 23 Dec 1843, Georgia; d. 17 Dec 1909, Elberton, Elbert, Georgia; m. MARY JONES; b. 26 Oct 1844; d. 05 Dec 1924, Elberton, Elbert, Georgia.

ii. LEATHY E. HAMMOND, b. Abt. 1845, Georgia.

iii. LILLY A. M. HAMMOND, b. Abt. 1848, Georgia.

14. iv. JAMES LUTHER THOMAS HAMMOND, b. 01 Mar 1850, Danielsville, Madison, Georgia; d. 23 Aug 1918, Elberton, Elbert, Georgia.

v. L. B. HAMMOND, b. Abt. 1852, Georgia.

vi. BENJAMIN F. HAMMOND, b. Abt. 1856, Georgia.

 

Generation No. 11

14. JAMES LUTHER THOMAS11 HAMMOND (ELISHA N10, LOUISA9 HUDSON, NATHANIEL GREEN8, JOHN7, JOHN6, WILLIAM5, RICHARD4, RICHARD3, WILLIAM2, HENRY1) was born 01 Mar 1850 in Danielsville, Madison, Georgia, and died 23 Aug 1918 in Elberton, Elbert, Georgia. He married (1) SARAH ANN BROWN 26 Nov 1868 in Elberton, Elbert, Georgia, daughter of THOMAS BROWN and SARAH EDWARDS. She was born 21 Feb 1849 in Elbert Co., Georgia, and died 11 Jul 1885 in Elbert Co., Georgia. He married (2) SARAH JANE PULLIAM 20 Dec 1892 in Elberton, Elbert, Georgia. She was born Oct 1858 in Georgia, and died 07 Oct 1934 in Elberton, Elbert, Georgia.

Notes for SARAH ANN BROWN:

Hammond

Sallie A.

21-Feb-1849

11-Jul-1885

Sallie A. Brown, w/o James T. Hammond

More About SARAH ANN BROWN:

Burial: Stinchcomb M. C. Elbert Co., GA

Marriage Notes for JAMES HAMMOND and SARAH BROWN:

BROWN, SALLIE A. HAMMOND, JAMES T. 26-Nov 1868 GA Elbert

Children of JAMES HAMMOND and SARAH BROWN are:

15. i. JOHN SIM HENRY12 HAMMOND, b. 02 Sep 1869, Elberton, Elbert, Georgia.

ii. ELLA A. F. HAMMOND, b. Abt. 1871, GA; m. A. J. MANN, 11 Nov 1888, Elbert Co, GA.

iii. ROBERT HAMMOND, b. Abt. 1873, GA.

iv. WILLIAM HAMMOND, b. Abt. 1876, GA.

v. EDWARD HAMMOND, b. Abt. 1877, GA.

vi. JAMES HAMMOND, b. Abt. 1879, GA.

Children of JAMES HAMMOND and SARAH PULLIAM are:

vii. GEORGE E12 HAMMOND, b. Abt. 1893, Georgia.

viii. ARCHIE J HAMMOND, b. Abt. 1895, Georgia.

ix. LILLIE A HAMMOND, b. Abt. 1896, Georgia.

x. LOUISA E HAMMOND, b. Abt. 1898, Georgia.

 

Generation No. 12

15. JOHN SIM HENRY12 HAMMOND (JAMES LUTHER THOMAS11, ELISHA N10, LOUISA9 HUDSON, NATHANIEL GREEN8, JOHN7, JOHN6, WILLIAM5, RICHARD4, RICHARD3, WILLIAM2, HENRY1)1 was born 02 Sep 1869 in Elberton, Elbert, Georgia. He married (1) CALDONIA ELIZABETH BOWERS Bef. 1890. He married (2) LEONA BARTON Abt. 1916, daughter of AUGUSTUS BARTON and ELIZA BUTLER. She was born Feb 1892 in GA, and died 1928 in GA.

Notes for JOHN SIM HENRY HAMMOND:

John was married three times, all three wifes passed away at a very young age. The first wife name unknown yet had one child named Sallie. This wife died of Typhoid Fever. The next wife is also unknown name yet, died of Tuberculosis. Then he married Leona Barton, they had four children in GA. When the youngest (Mae) was only 5 years old, Leona died of cancer. Curtis worked on a farm, Willie (Sis) & Lucille went to school, and Mae lived with "Miss Essie Fussell" (a family friend) until she was old enough to go to school with her sisters. The school was called Vashti Industrial School, part of the Methodist Church. Sis and Lucille stayed in GA, Mae went to TX. The plan was for Sis to go to school while Curtis helped at home. When Sis was finished Curtis was going to go to school. This never happened and Curtis never finish school, yet he was very talented in anything he did. Then Curtis went into the military and ended up living in Missouri. He made these cool cars out of scrap materials. He carved a statue out of a peice of the porch.

Notes for LEONA BARTON:

She passed away when Curtis was about 9 with Cancer.

Child of JOHN HAMMOND and CALDONIA BOWERS is:

i. SALLIE13 HAMMOND, b. Abt. 1890, GA; m. DAN HEATH; b. Abt. 1871, GA.

Children of JOHN HAMMOND and LEONA BARTON are:

ii. WILLIE LEE13 HAMMOND, b. 1917; m. JEFF BURDETTE.

Notes for WILLIE LEE HAMMOND:

She hated her name, she went by sis.

Stayed in GA whole life

iii. CURTIS EUGENE HAMMOND, b. 20 Sep 1918, Albany, DC, GA; d. 10 Dec 2001, Excelsior Springs, MO; m. BARBARA LEA SKINNER, 1945; b. 28 Jan 1929, St. Louis, SLC, MO.

Notes for CURTIS EUGENE HAMMOND:

Curtis was 9 years old when mother died, he quit school in the second grade to work on the farm. Curtis then joined the army where he met and fell in love with Barbara which lived near the army base. They then moved back to GA. Rickland and Rita were born in GA, sometime after that they moved back to MO.

More About CURTIS EUGENE HAMMOND:

Burial: 14 Dec 2001, Hillcrest Cemetery, Excelsior Springs, MO

iv. LUCILLE HAMMOND, b. 31 Oct 1921; m. (1) JOHN TERRELL; m. (2) CLIVE MOON.

Notes for LUCILLE HAMMOND:

stayed in GA whole life.

v. MAE HAMMOND, b. 17 Jan 1923; m. MANAD HIGGS.

 

 

Endnotes

1. info, John Henry Leslie Hammond Spouse: Caldonia Elizabeth Bowers Parents: James Luther Thomas Hammond , Sallie Ann Brown Birth Place: Elbert, Elberton, Georgia Birth Date: 2 Sep 1869 Marriage Place: Elberton, Elbert, Georgia Marriage Date: 15 Dec 1891 Death Place: Dewey Rose, Elbert, Georgia Death Date: 27 Mar 1937 .

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