Martin was born in March 27, 1827 in Windsor, Windsor County, Vermont. He was the husband of Ada C. Ware Hudson; who immigrated to the U.S. from Wales, England as a young girl. They had two children; Alfred Clyde Hudson and Raymond Hudson.
World War I
Martin was born after the Civil War era; lived to see the industrializaton era, expansion of technology, and invention of the automobile and airplane. He also lived through the horrors of both; World War I and World War II. He would live long enough to see beginning of the Civil Rights movement in America; passing away on March 1, 1961.
Martin C. Hudson, St. Mary Cemetery, Claremont, Sullivan, New Hampshire, Find A Grave Memorial No.50108445, 
Wife Ada C. Ware Hudson, St. Mary Cemetery, Claremont, Sullivan, New Hampshire, Find A Grave Memorial # 50108444, 
Martin C. Hudson, U.S. World War I Draft Registry, 1917-1918, GS-Film 1711856, Digital File No. 005217840, Image No. 02055 
1910 United States Federal Census, Twelth Census, 
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