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Ransom Hudson (1810 - 1871)

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Ransom Hudson
Born in New York, United Statesmap
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Husband of — married in Oxford, New Haven Co., Connecticut, United Statesmap
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Died in Oxford, New Haven Co., Connecticut, United Statesmap
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Biography

Ransom HUDSON [1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9] was born [10] 1810 in New York, United States. He died [11][12] 19 Jul 1871 in Oxford, New Haven Co., Connecticut, United States and was buried [13][14] in St. Peters Episcopal Cemetery, Oxford, New Haven Co., Connecticut, United States. Ransom married Maria RIGGS on 3 Dec 1837 in Oxford, New Haven Co., Connecticut, United States.

Sources

  1. W. C. Sharpe, History of Oxford (Seymour, CT, Record Print, 1885), p. 178. http://www.our-oxford.info/Books/sharpe/toc.html. Oxford Legislature - 1855 http://www.our-oxford.info/Books/sharpe/178.html.
  2. Historic House Committee of The Bicentennial Commission, Oxford, Connecticut, Early Houses of Oxford, Available at (http://www.oxford-historical-society.org/books-for-sale.htm) (Derby, CT, The Bacon Printing Company, 1976), #92. Built house on Oxford Road for his mother in 1838. Available at http://www.oxford-historical-society.org/books-for-sale.htm.
  3. The Diaries of Laura Davis 1856-1857. . "Tues 11th ... I went to Oxford to help prepare for the festival. Stayed at Mr. Hudson's all night." Nov 1856 http://www.our-oxford.info/diaries/Laura_Davis-1856-1857/Laura_Davie-1856-57.html.
  4. Compiled By Carole Magnuson, The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records - Oxford 1798-1850, p. 38. "Clark ... Mary, Mrs. m. David Sanford, of Derby, Apr. 7, 1839, by Rev. John D. Smith, at the house of Ransom Hudson."
  5. 1840 Oxford Census.
  6. 1850 Oxford Census. "Shoemaker."
  7. 1860 Oxford Census. "Shoe Maker."
  8. 1870 Oxford Census. "Farmer & Shoemaker."
  9. B. H. Davis, Reminiscences of Oxford Homes and People (Seymour Record - 1913), Chapter 10. . " Just above this noted cellar is located the former home of the late Albert Smith. In 1878 he purchased a farm of about 60 arcres of Wm. H. Clark, and built thereon a substantial house and commodious barn. He worked on the farm for many years. He married Elizabeth Hudson, daughter of Ransom Hudson, of Oxford. They had three children. Mary, who married the late C. B. Johnson, of Quaker Farms; Carrie, unmarried, lives in New Haven and Herbert, who lives in East Haven. He died about four years ago in New haven. His wife died last summer in East Haven." http://www.our-oxford.info/davis-reminiscences/Davis-10.html.
  10. Charles Elwell, 1935 WPA Headstone Inscriptions - Episcopal Cemetery (St. Peter's Episcopal Cemetery), p. 17. http://oxfordpast.net/epcemscan17.html.
  11. W. C. Sharpe, History of Oxford, p. 123. http://www.our-oxford.info/Books/sharpe/123.html.
  12. Charles Elwell, 1935 WPA Headstone Inscriptions - Episcopal Cemetery, p. 17. "Hudson, Ransom, born 1810, died 1871 Hudson, Maria Riggs, wife of Ransom, born 1814, died 1899 Hudson, Mary E., daughter of Ransom, & Maria, born 1849, died 1933." http://oxfordpast.net/epcemscan17.html.
  13. Charles Elwell, 1935 WPA Headstone Inscriptions - Episcopal Cemetery, p. 17. http://oxfordpast.net/epcemscan17.html.
  14. St. Peter's Episcopal Cemetery Photograph - Oxford, CT. http://oxfordpast.net/cem5705.html.


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