HUDSON CEMETERY MARKER TEXT



When John Dickson and Winnie (Traylor) Hudson's daughter Ary Mae died in 1878,

she was the first person to be buried on the family land. Her twin, Ara Bell, who had

been buried in Montague County earlier that year was later reinterred beside Ary

Mae. In 1892 the Hudsons deeded three acres to the trustees of the Hudson

Cemetery for use by the surrounding community. Most Hudson Cemetery burials date

from the early 20th century. From 1954 to 1965, a cemetery fund was organized;

it was resurrected in 1974 as the Hudson Cemetery. More than 500 graves were

counted in 1996. Hudson Cemetery continues to serve as a record of Tarrant County

pioneers.

Texas State Historical Commission (1998)




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