Mid North Coast Pioneers - Newcastle to Lismore and beyond

Stuart Reginald HUDSONAge: 49 years18971946

Name
Stuart Reginald HUDSON
Given names
Stuart Reginald
Surname
HUDSON
Occupation
Solicitor
1828 (Age )
Employer: In association with E.S. Dunhill
Publication: Sydney, NSW, Australia. Fairfax Ltd.
Citation details: Thursday 21 June 1928, page 12
Hudson - Herbert Charles - Death Notice
Hudson - Herbert Charles - Death Notice

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Birth about 1897 35
Citation details: 20563/1897 HUDSON STUART R HERBERT C AMY BURWOOD
Death of a maternal grandmotherCatherine
about 1904 (Age 7 years)
Citation details: 14448/1904 LOVERIDGE CATHERINE THOMAS ELIZABETH PETERSHAM
Death of a paternal grandfatherHenry HUDSON
May 9, 1907 (Age 10 years)
Address: "Glenhurst"
Citation details: 7224/1907 HUDSON HENRY WILLIAM H ELIZABETH WOOLLAHRA
Publication: Web Site
Death of a paternal grandmotherMary Ann TURNER
August 24, 1922 (Age 25 years)
Citation details: 9476/1922 HUDSON MARY A JOHN CELIA A SYDNEY
Publication: Newspaper - Sydney - 1869 - 1931
Citation details: Friday 20 October 1922, page 9
Hudson - Mary Ann - Probate
Hudson - Mary Ann - Probate

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Death of a maternal grandfatherAaron LOVERIDGE
about 1927 (Age 30 years)
Citation details: 11750/1927 LOVERIDGE AARON SAMUEL MARY REDFERN
Death of a fatherHerbert Charles HUDSON
June 20, 1928 (Age 31 years)
Address: At his residence "Roxmere" The Crescent
Citation details: 9934/1928 HUDSON HERBERT C HENRY MARY A BURWOOD
Publication: Sydney, NSW; 1913 - 1930
Citation details: 27 June 1928, page 12
Text:

A Stalwart of the building

Herbert C. Hudson— Life

Another stalwart of the building industry of Australia has passed to his great reward. On Wedneslay last master builders of New South Wales were shocked to hear of the death of Herbert C. Hudson, who, as a member of the firm of Loveridge and Hudson, was responsible for erection of some of Sydney's finest buildings.

It was as a chum at school that Herbert Hudson first became associated with his friend, partner, and brother in law, Thomas Loveridge, who passed away in December last, and to whom a tribute was paid in these columns at the time. The link that the two boys formed at school was sufficiently strong to endure for life without a break, and after they left school, both went to serve their apprenticeship under that luminary of the building industry, Aaron Loveridge. At the end of their apprenticeship they decided to start business in partnership for themselves, and so the great firm of Loveridge and Hudson was formed, with capital of about £200. Their first contract, which they carried out succcsfully, was a residence at Blackheath for John Pope, Farmer and Co. They aimed high, but. took their steps gradually, and their next work was a masonry work sub-contract on the United Insurance Building, under master builder A. Dtl and architects Morell and Kemp. Then, followed a similar contract on the Commercial Bank of Australia, at the corner of Pitt and Rowe Streets, under master builder Arthur Scott and architects Mansfield Bros. With the experiences of these works to guide them it was not long before they blossomed into big work. They secured a contract for the erection of the Hampden Bridge over the Kangaroo River, on the road from Moss Vale to Nowra, and, haying completed it successfully, the young builders passed from one success to another, the most outstanding of which was probably the erection of the Equitable Building, in George Street, Sydney, under architect Edward E. Raht, supervised by John Reid, who was also architect for another of their successes, the Bank of Australasia on the corner of Martin Place and George, Street. The erection of the Equitable Building was considered one of the building achievements of the age, and it speaks volumes for its design and construction that it is still one of the outstanding buildings of Sydney, though built as far back as 1893. In the Romanesque style of architecture, and

NATIONAL ART GALLERY, SYDNEY

This fine structure was one of the works carried out by the firm of Loveridge and Hudson, being designed by the late Colonel Vernon.

REGISTRAR GENERAL'S BUILDING, SYDNEY Masonry Details of the Gable End

Some of the finest pieces of masonry construction in Sydney were the result of the labours of Master Builders Loveridge and Hudson, not the least of which are the simple but graceful bits of construction in the building of the Registrar- General, of which those depicted above are typical.

Publication: Newspaper - Sydney - 1869 - 1931
Citation details: Thursday 21 June 1928, page 15
Hudson - Herbert - Death Notice
Hudson - Herbert - Death Notice

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Publication: Sydney, NSW, Australia. Fairfax Ltd.
Citation details: Thursday 21 June 1928, page 12
Hudson - Herbert Charles - Death Notice
Hudson - Herbert Charles - Death Notice

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Burial of a fatherHerbert Charles HUDSON
June 21, 1928 (Age 31 years)
Cemetery: Rookwood Necropolis
Publication: Sydney, NSW, Australia. Fairfax Ltd.
Citation details: Thursday 21 June 1928, page 12
Hudson - Herbert Charles - Death Notice
Hudson - Herbert Charles - Death Notice

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Note: Funeral service held at St. Anne's Church of England, Strathfield at 10:15.
Death of a motherAmy LOVERIDGE
about 1945 (Age 48 years)
Citation details: 22784/1945 HUDSON AMY AARON CATHERINE ASHFIELD
Death about 1946 (Age 49 years)
Publication: New South Wales Government
Citation details: 738/1946 HUDSON STUART REGINALD HERBERT CHARLES AMY ASHFIELD
Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: about 1888Petersham, , New South Wales, Australia
15 months
elder brother
Leslie Walter HUDSON
Birth: April 6, 1889 27Homebush, , New South Wales, Australia
Death: before February 20, 1949At sea
3 years
elder brother
Herbert Alexander HUDSON
Birth: about 1891 29Burwood, , New South Wales, Australia
Death: about 1954Sydney, , New South Wales, Australia
5 years
elder brother
Colin HUDSON
Birth: about 1895 33Burwood, , New South Wales, Australia
Death: about 1975New South Wales, Australia
3 years
himself
Stuart Reginald HUDSON
Birth: about 1897 35Burwood, , New South Wales, Australia
Death: about 1946Ashfield, , New South Wales, Australia

OccupationNewspaper - Sydney Morning Herald - Death Notices
Publication: Sydney, NSW, Australia. Fairfax Ltd.
Citation details: Thursday 21 June 1928, page 12
Hudson - Herbert Charles - Death Notice
Hudson - Herbert Charles - Death Notice

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BirthBirths registered in New South Wales.
Citation details: 20563/1897 HUDSON STUART R HERBERT C AMY BURWOOD
DeathDeaths Registered in New South Wales
Publication: New South Wales Government
Citation details: 738/1946 HUDSON STUART REGINALD HERBERT CHARLES AMY ASHFIELD