Santa Cruz County History - People

Old Soldiers: Santa Cruz County Civil War Veterans
by Robert L. Nelson

HUDSON, JOSHUA (1841-1911)

Santa Cruz Surf (August 11, 1911)

Headstone of Joshua Hudson
Joshua Hudson
IOOF Cemetery in Santa Cruz

Death of Joshua Hudson

Joshua M. Hudson, one of the well known and old time residents of the San Joaquin Valley who has resided in Santa Cruz for the past few years died at his home on Maple street.

He was 70 years old and a native of Indiana. Surviving him is a wife and a large family. A number of whom reside in the valley. A daughter married Deputy Clerk Harry Miller a few months ago.

The funeral will take place from his late residence at 21 Spruce St. on Tuesday at 2:30 PM.

Santa Cruz Sentinel (August 13, 1911)

DIED: HUDSON- In Santa Cruz August 12 Joseph (?) M. Hudson, a native of Ind. age 70 years (The funeral of the deceased will take place from the ME Church on Church St. on Tuesday, 2:30PM)

Santa Cruz Sentinel (August 15, 1911)

Esteemed Man Passes Away

Joshua Hudson, an esteemed citizen of this city who passed away at his home on Spruce St. Saturday will be buried this afternoon. He is the father in law of Harry E. Miller, the deputy city clerk, who was recently married to Miss Hudson.

Mr. Hudson came to Santa Cruz a few years ago from Lodi and made a host of friends in this city, who regret his passing away. Deceased was a native of Indiana, aged 70 years and leaves to mourn his loss his wife and daughter and several children by a previous marriage.

>>Return to Home Page of Old Soldiers: Santa Cruz County Civil War Veterans

>>Return to "H" Index Page

View similarly tagged articles:

cemeteries, Civil War


It is our continuing goal to make available a selection of articles on various subjects and places in Santa Cruz County. Certain topics, however, have yet to be researched. In other cases, we were not granted permission to use articles. The content of the articles is the responsibility of the individual author. It is the Library's intent to provide accurate local history information. However, it is not possible for the Library to completely verify the accuracy of individual articles obtained from a variety of sources. If you believe that factual statements in a local history article are incorrect and can provide documentation, please contact the Webmaster.