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Nathaniell Hudson (abt. 1675 - abt. 1717)

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Nathaniell Hudson
Born about in Holy Trinity, Coventry, Warwick, Englandmap [uncertain]
Son of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of — married in Lyme, New London County, CTmap
Descendants descendants
Father of
Died about in Lyme, New London, Colony of Connecticut, British Colonial Americamap
Profile last modified | Created 11 Jan 2017
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This line of HUDSON's is just informational. I was told about this line and have NO PROOF OF HIS PARENTS or other information. Speculation on his parents are: THOMAS HUDSON MARY (unknown) --- Nathaniel HUDSON adopted his step-child, ARTHUR SCOVEL / SCOVELLE, 22 February 1705/6. He was the son of RACHEL's first husband: ARTHUR SCOVEL / SCOVELLE. --- FROM an unnamed source (e-mail unsigned): This Nathaniell Hudson who married Rachall [--?--], previous wife of Arthur Scovel (Scoville) would be my gr-6th-grandparents. I only suspect that he was born about 1668 in England and had a brother Jonathan Hudson born 1658 in England. Jonathan also resided in Lyme, Ct and married Sarah Wickham whose descendants married int the L'Hommedieu family of Shelter Island, NY. Again, I can only suspect at this time as to their father as being Thomas Hudson, possibly of Coventry, Warwickshire, England. This line of Hudsons IS NOT the same as the Massachusetts Hudsons or the Carolina Hudsons. <>

Lyme Records 1667 - 1730 At a town meeting 14 December 1697, in Olde Lyme, CT: Nathanell* Hudson did proposeth for a piece of land on the east side of the grat pond. At a town meeting, December 15, 1698, in Olde Lyme, CT: It was voted that Nathanell Hudson shall have ten aces of land on the east side of Mill Crick Hill, betwixt the hill and the swamp provide he doth inhabit there upon four years after he doth improve the same and do for the town at the trade of a Cooper upon reasonable terms. Hudson was appointed Cooper of the town. (to make or repair barrels and casks). At a town meeting March 20, 1699, in Olde Lyme, CT: Nathanell Hudson was chosen Pound Keeper. At a town meeting April 20, 1702, in Olde Lyme, CT: It was voted that Nathanell Hudson hath hereby liberty to take up six acres of land on the southern side of his house lot provided that the said Hudson lay down to the town, at Mill Crick Hill, five acres not pregudishing the highways. NOTE: * Spelling of first name as Nathanell. From: Doug Rusher 1057 Johnson St. Woodburn OR 97071 Ph: 503-982-2628 E:


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On 2 Jul 2017 at 18:44 GMT Jennifer Lapham wrote:

10 Nov 1707 or 08 is a death date I keep running into for Nathaniel. Spouse Rachel, widow Scoville , son Benjamin and stepson Arthur seem pretty secure from the Scoville records if nothing else.

There seem to have been one or two other Nathaniel Hudsons in MA and NH around the same time and the records seem to have been confused/combined.

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