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  • Date: 1950
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    • Aurora Street #120

    • The original owner of this house was George Kilbourne (1769-1866), a tanner who arrived in Hudson in 1800. According to tax records of 1869, the house was moved 100 feet back from the corner lot. Thomas Crisp (1825-1887), a builder and...
    • Hudson Library & Historical Society;
    • Church Street #38

    • The Greek Revival-style Martin Luther Edwards House was built in 1853. Edwards (1781-1870) was a cabinet maker from New Milford, Connecticut. He and his brothers moved to Canfield, Mahoning County, Ohio, in 1827 and then on to Hudson before 1837....
    • Hudson Library & Historical Society;
    • Aurora Street #160

    • When Weldon Wood (1866-1936) lived here in 1910, he was among the first telephone company executives to bury phone cables underground rather than hang them on poles. His grandson, Weldon Case (1921-1999), would go on to be CEO of Alltel. More...
    • Hudson Library & Historical Society;
    • Division Street #34

    • In 1853 this home was constructed for Julia Wells (1792-1871). Later it became the home of Merrill Mills (1909-1994), who owned the Mills Dairy of Hudson from 1938-1955. The plain New England farmhouse was actually moved to this location in the...
    • Hudson Library & Historical Society;
    • Division Street #37

    • Most likely built after 1929, this house has strong characteristics of a Sears home Model P3240, the Prescott. More research is needed.
    • Hudson Library & Historical Society;
    • Division Street #38

    • Grocer Fred Seward (1861-1928) once lived in this circa 1920s Colonial Revival home with his second wife, Annette Bissell Seward (1856-1933). More research is needed.
    • Hudson Library & Historical Society;
    • Division Street #40

    • This house was probably built in the 1850s and may have been moved at some point. It was once home to John "Jack" Berg (1917-1972), supervisor of buildings and grounds at Western Reserve Academy and an honorary member of the Hudson Fire Department....
    • Hudson Library & Historical Society;
    • Division Street #46

    • There have been many changes to this house since it was built around 1880. Well-known painter George Moore (1857-1923) lived here many years. In fact, the home may have been built by George's father Michael Moore (1838-1917), a merchant tailor from...
    • Hudson Library & Historical Society;
    • College Street #48

    • Successful dry-goods store owner and former mayor Anson Brewster, Jr. (1807-1864) built this home in 1843 before moving into his newly constructed mansion at 9 Aurora St. in 1853. Brewster’s apprentice and, later, business partner Charles Farrar...
    • Hudson Library & Historical Society;
    • Division Street #63

    • Frederick Baldwin (1795-1881), a member of one of Hudson's pioneer families, built this late-Greek Revival home in 1852. Baldwin originally had purchased the property in 1848 as an investment; he never lived in the home. The home was once occupied...
    • Hudson Library & Historical Society;
    • Church Street #39

    • In 1853 Hannah Hurn (1800-1888) married John Holmes (1824-1868), a carpenter, butcher and saloon proprietor. That same year they built this Gothic Revival house. John was found guilty in 1878 of "keeping a place of unlawful sale of beverages."...
    • Hudson Library & Historical Society;
    • Division Street #67

    • This house was built in 1852 and was home to Nantucket native Edward S. Cartwright (1821-1909), who purchased the home in 1854 and resided here until 1869, when he moved into his newly built home at 204 College St. The family of shoe merchant and...
    • Hudson Library & Historical Society;
    • West Streetsboro Street #187

    • The construction of this building likely dates to the late 1920s. It once functioned as the Lake Forest housing development field office for the S.H. Kleinman Realty Co. More research is needed.
    • Hudson Library & Historical Society;
    • Aurora Street #161

    • This brick Greek Revival house was built during the prosperity of the 1850s. Seymour Straight (1816-1896), a wealthy cheese manufacturer, purchased the house and added full-length pillars to the front facade. Straight's son, Wellington B. Straight...
    • Hudson Library & Historical Society;
    • Division Street #68

    • World War I veteran and College of Marietta graduate Ralph C. Pipes (1899-1983) resided here after returning home from the war. This two-story home probably dates to the early 1900s, but more research is needed to identify its age.
    • Hudson Library & Historical Society;
    • Division Street #71

    • This house built circa 1893 was once home to English immigrant Henry J. Newland (1867-1919) and his Irish wife Ellen Collins (1863-1929). Newland served as butler and maidservant to James W. Ellsworth (1849-1925) for 33 years, often traveling with...
    • Hudson Library & Historical Society;
    • Division Street #72

    • Lawrence I. Henry (1896-1966), mail and express messenger and World War I veteran, once lived in this quaint gabled-roof home. More research is needed.
    • Hudson Library & Historical Society;
    • Division Street #79

    • Ransom Ellsworth's (1805-1883) third wife, Eliza Castle Ellsworth (1827-1905), built this late-Victorian home in 1890. Eliza was born in Torrington, Connecticut. In Connecticut, she was a well-known dressmaker. Eliza's nephew, Wilbert W. Lewis...
    • Hudson Library & Historical Society;

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