Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Richard Bruff Hudson to Speak at Bradley County Historical Museum

Richard Bruff Hudson, Warren and Bradley County native, will be a special guest at the Bradley County Historical Museum on Saturday, November 12, 2016.  The program will begin at 2:00 p.m.   The public is invited to attend this free seminar.

Richard will be sharing his knowledge and experience in genealogy research in the background of Bradley County residents.  His research has grown to include over 38,000 individuals.

He will share stories of his research discoveries and discuss common genealogy mistakes and misconceptions.  Also, he will offer over 100 tips for online genealogy research.

Among the 4,000 surnames in his database, the most numerous are Hudson, Williams, Johnson, Moseley, Smith, Harrod, Harrelson, Huitt, Langston, Hickman, Parnell, Martin, Thompson, McKinney, Sharp, Wagnon, Clanton, Cotton, Carraway, Carraway, Bryant, Anderson, Carter and Clements.

Richard is married to Warren native, Joanna Anderson Hudson and has lived in Fayetteville, Arkansas for the past 22 years.  With political science degrees from Ouachita and Baylor Universities, he retired in 2014 as University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Vice Chancellor for Government Relations.

Since Richard’s retirement, his passion has become genealogy research and world travel.  The database of Richard and Joanna’s extended families has grown to include over 38,000 individuals.
Please make plans to attend this informative meeting, visit with Richard and learn more about your family history.

You may contact JeNelle Lipton, BCHM, for more information at 870-226-5457.

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