James Philips Hudson, born July 1813, death date 11/28/1847 in New Braunfels. Photocopied excerpts from the family Bible of William Pleasant Hudson, father of James Philips Hudson. Bible last known to be in the possession of Mrs. Annie Dee Hyatt Ebeling, Round Mountain, Blanco County (2nd great granddaughter of William Pleasant Hudson). Courtesy of Charles E. Ross, Jr., fourth great nephew of James Philips Hudson, on 5/4/2020.
Photocopied affidavit of military service of James P. Hudson for the Republic of Texas; photocopied letter from James P. Hudson to T.J. Rabb, dated March 1846; photocopied genealogical document from Seth Darnaby Breeding listing Fayette County, Texas citations for James P. Hudson. Courtesy of Charles E. Ross, Jr., fourth great nephew of James Philips Hudson, on 5/4/2020.
James Philips Hudson, born July 1813 in North Carolina, death date 11/28/1847 in New Braunfels, Comal County, Texas; biographical sketch. No grave marker photo.
Find a Grave.
Jas./James P. Hudson, Fayette County Surveyor, 1842-1844; Fayette County Clerk, 1844-1846, pp. 187, 189. Hudson's death mentioned in "County Finances and County Scrip," p. 108: "James P. Hudson had sold to the county a county map for fifty dollars; this claim was audited in 1848, but no appropriation made
to pay the same. He had died before his claim was paid. His executors received payment of same in 1855."
Fayette County, Her History and Her People, 1902.
James P. Hudson died in November 1847 according to Fayette County court notice, p. 4; executor's notice, p. 3. The Texas Democrat (Austin, Texas), 4/22/1848, crediting Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.
Portal to Texas History (University of North Texas Libraries). 4/22/1848, p. 34/22/1848, p. 4
Jas. P. Hudson of Fayette County, age 30, surveyor, nativity North Carolina, emigrated in 1837, no party listed. Table of members of the 1st Legislature, The Texas Democrat (Austin, Texas), 5/20/1846, p. 3, crediting Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.
Portal to Texas History (University of North Texas Libraries).
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