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Tipperary, Ireland.
Father: Edward Hudson, born in 1855 at Coventry and worked as a carpet sewer and was also a pensioner. Mother: Sarah Hudson, born in 1855 at Wolverhampton and working as a carpet sewer. Brothers: Reginald Frank, born in 1894 in Warwick. Sisters: Ethel Maude, born in 1883 at Wolverhampton, working as a carpet sewer, Elizabeth Louise, born in 1885 at Wolverhampton, working as a carpet sewer and Adeline Beatrice, born in 1891 at Warwick. They family lived at 42 Queen'a Grove, Queen's Walk, Nottingham. Albert Edward Husdon married Lily Clarke in 1910 in Nottingham and they lived at 5 Sandhill Cottages, Sneinton , Nottingham.
Pte. Hudson worked as a type foundry assistant.
15 Apr 1918
37787 - CWGC Website
11th Bn Lancashire Fusiliers
Pte. Hudson was called up and following training he was drafted to France as a member of 'C' Company, 11th Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers. He was involved in the German offensive on the French- Flanders border, Operation Georgette, in April 1918. The British line was pushed back some distance but did not break. Pte. Hudson was killed in action,and buried at Ebblinghem Military Cemetery.
In memoriam published 15th April 1919 in the Nottingham Evening Post :- “HUDSON. – In loving memory of my dear husband, Sergt. A. E. (Ted) Hudson, died of wounds, France, April 15th, 1918. Memory keeps our loved one near us. - Lily, sonny, and mother.” Above is courtesy of Jim Grundy and his facebook pages Small Town Great War Hucknall 1914-1918.
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