SAVE THE DATE!
November 18, 2014, 6:30 p.m. --
MCGS DESSERT SOCIAL & PROGRAM
Speaker: Sara Cushing
Topic: Alonzo Cushing
Learn about the relentless genealogical pursuit that led to
his recent posthumously awarded
Congressional Medal of Honor
for his Civil War actions.
The Hudson Area Public Library is located
one block south, and one block west of Illini Bank
Don't miss these INDEXES:
Elmer E. Garst's Record Book©
containing the names, births, and deaths
of Stanford, IL
Former Names of Bloomington-Normal Streets
Sources of Bloomington-Normal Street Names
1,980+ NAMES with MORE
updates to come!
Index to MCGS's Vertical Surname Files
County Cemeteries, Vol. 21,
Hudson Cemetery, Hudson, Illinois
Publications section for an
Cemetery, located on the east side of the Village of
Hudson, was established in 1837. The oldest graves
now marked in the cemetery are from 1841. The
earliest cemetery records located are from 1916 to the
This Hudson Cemetery book has been
two years in the making and contains 65 pages, 48 of
which are a listing of over 1700 names. Where
known, information included is name, date of birth, date
of death, place of death, date of burial, grave location
within the cemetery, funeral home, military service, and
sometimes name of spouse or parents.
The book has several pages of
photos of the cemetery and historic monuments.
Cemetery views are also featured on the front and back
of the softbound cover.
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