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 ====== William E. Hudson House (BE 210) ====== ====== William E. Hudson House (BE 210) ======
  
-This house originally was the centerpiece of a 315-acre farm belonging to William E. Hudson, brother of Samuel W. Hudson, whose [[farming|farm]] was located on the north side of Chambers Road.  The Hudson brothers were born in Boone County to Elisha and Patsy Kennedy Hudson.(([[http://bcplfusion.bcpl.org/Repository/jan99.pdf|"​Death Notice of Samuel W. Hudson in Richwood Neighborhood News,"​]] //Boone County Recorder//, (Burlington,​ KY), January 4, 1899, page 3, column ​4.)) +This house originally was the centerpiece of a 315-acre farm belonging to William E. Hudson, brother of Samuel W. Hudson, whose [[farming|farm]] was located on the north side of Chambers Road.  The Hudson brothers were born in Boone County to Elisha and Patsy Kennedy Hudson.(([[https://bcp.ent.sirsi.net/client/en_US/​search/​asset/​35171/​0|"​Death Notice of Samuel W. Hudson in Richwood Neighborhood News,"​]] //Boone County Recorder//, (Burlington,​ KY), January 4, 1899, page 4, column ​3.))  
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 William E. Hudson’s house, like that of his brother, is a late Greek Revival residence of austere mien, built in brick. ​ Its asymmetrical facade contains only two bays rather than the customary three. ​ A long kitchen ell, raised to two stories, extends outward from the rear and includes a recessed gallery.  ​ William E. Hudson’s house, like that of his brother, is a late Greek Revival residence of austere mien, built in brick. ​ Its asymmetrical facade contains only two bays rather than the customary three. ​ A long kitchen ell, raised to two stories, extends outward from the rear and includes a recessed gallery.  ​
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