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James Edward Hudson (1876–1943)

After an illness extending over several months, Mr. James Edward Hudson, 66 years, organiser of the Electrical Trades' Union, died in St. Vincent's Hospital yesterday. Deceased was organiser of the union for 30 years, and was a member of the Federal council of the union. Until 1940, when he retired, he was a member of the Brunswick council for 16 years. He was mayor in 1929. Mr. Hudson was Chief Ranger of the Brunswick branch of the Irish National Foresters. He is survived by his widow, daughter and four sons. After a Requiem Mass at St. Joseph's church, Brunswick, at 9 a.m. today, the funeral will leave for the Fawkner Cemetery.

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10 August, 1876
Carlton, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia


17 March, 1943 (aged 66)
Fitzroy, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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