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Hudson Funeral Homes

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    Hudson contains: John S. Moffat House.

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  • Location of Hudson, Wisconsin

    Interesting Facts

    Some of the notable people born here have been: Jim Bertelsen (american football player), and Dave Vandermeuse (actor).

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  • History

    Hudson is a city in St. Croix County, Wisconsin, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, its population was 12,719; it is the principal and second largest Wisconsin city of the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area (after River Falls). The Hudson area however had a population of 33,495. The village of North Hudson is located directly to the north of Hudson. Hudson was settled in the summer of 1840 by Louis Massey and his brother in-law, Peter Bouchea. William Steets arrived at about the same time. Later that same year, Joseph Sauperson (commonly known as Joe LaGrue) took up residence. These four are considered Hudson's original inhabitants. Massey and Bouchea settled at the mouth of the Willow River, near the present-day First and St. Croix Streets. They had been part of the group who lived for some time along the river below Fort Snelling, which appears on some old maps as "Massey's Landing". The 1840s saw a few settlers making their appearance here — Captain John Page, the Nobles brothers, Dr. Philip Aldrich, Ammah Andrews, Moses Perrin, Colonel James Hughes, Daniel Anderson, and others. Hudson was at first called Willow River and later named Buena Vista by Judge...

    The official website for the city of Hudson is http://www.ci.hudson.wi.us/.

    There are currently 3 funeral home listings for the city of Hudson, Wisconsin. Looking for Hudson cemeteries?

All Funeral Homes in Hudson
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Bakken -Young Funeral & Cremation
502 3rd St Send flowers
Hudson, WI 54016


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O'Connell Family Funeral Homes
520 11th St S Send flowers
Hudson, WI 54016


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Willow River Cemetery
815 Wisconsin St Send flowers
Hudson, WI 55043