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April to May, 2005

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For those interested Mac High in st anees is also holding a reunion! I am sure there where a lot of people I knew back then that where from Hudson but cant remember there Nmaes
Dave (JavaScript) Kilpatrick

dve <>
selkirk provincial park, ont canada - Sunday, May 29, 2005 at 18:27:55 (EDT)

Came across this site by chance and what a find! All teh talk of the Yacht Club, Bens gthe school and names I recognise in the messages bring back many memories of the good and bad things we did as kids growing up in Hudson. Have seen Susan Chalmers and Susan Jephcott names, a year ahead and a year behind our lot who left in 1958.

Ah the memories of watching the man who ran Bens cheating the one armed bandit with piece of steel and going down to the YC to sailing lessons or a swim across the river. of falling in love with Miss Catterson the Grade 9 teacher, of going down the ice house in summer ands climbing on the scrap ice that fell over the end of the conveyor, of getting drunk on gin down near the Hudson Heights beaches with John Macdonald and Thompson, Cliff Maclean and the rest. Of our little band that played for school dances of secretly falling for Jenny Cundell and never daring to tell her, of finally passing out of the dreaded High School and catching the Canadian for Esquimalt and Navy college.

For those of you who knew Eleanor Goyder my mother, she died in her sleep in December 2003 and my father Claude is still going strong at 93 and is visiting Hudson this week I think. My brother John, class of 63-ish is a Profesor at Waterloo University and has just moved to Oakville. I live in Southampton Hampshire, own a small company, sail a lot and would be very glad to host any one you if you decided to visit jolly old England!!!! Cheers David Goyder
David Goyder <>
Southampton, Hants UK - Thursday, May 26, 2005 at 11:39:06 (EDT)

After many years of absence it is almost time to visit our old hometown! I lived in Hudson between 1979 and 1999,which leaves 20 years of delightful memories. At age 7 I spent my 1st summer at Sandy Beach, the Wharf, and walking along the train tracks picking wild strawberries. The back of St-Thomas school along the Viviry river, the parcours in back of Mount Pleasant before the houses went up, many places to ride your bike and have fun.

In my late teens I worked at Mrs.Locke's daycare on Main, and for many great families The McCormick,Scotcher,McClintock children.In the 80s I took care of Judy Dobbie's cats a few times while she was out of town, she was always so kind to me and my little brother now CF Air Force Officer. My mom still lives at the top of B. Hill although the Layton's ex- 50ft pool is no more (liner was too pricey to replace)

When we first moved to Hudson, we lived at 400 Main with the round roof, I'm told it is now Maxim's Restaurant. I remember the Jetty parties and the summer the sidewalks came to town along Main Road...funny how sidewalks are still an issue! Special hello to all our old friends Symonds clan, Greg Lothian, Jon Van Sertima, Jeff Casselman, Brian Periard, Carrieres ... some of you have started families and are getting married there Congrats!

My husband Steve is also a fellow Hudsonite with many relatives still in and around town. He joined the MPs (police not politics!!) and we moved several times since: Ontario, Alberta, Ontario again. The only one of our 4 children - Jonah 12, Gabriel 6, Freia 4, Aidan 2 - to have lived in Hudson long enough to remember is Jonah. We'll be celebrating 15 years together this July - almost 14 years of them married. It was fun to read about people we knew, and places you never forget.
Astrid (Vaque) Gaudreau <>
ON - Wednesday, May 25, 2005 at 17:09:56 (EDT)

Why are we not sure which side of Cote to put the bike path on. It's not Whitlock again is it. If you cut those big oaks at the corner of Ridge and Cote I will be very disappointed but not surprised. I think it is time for the tail to stop wagging the dog. Why are they allowed to poison the water and air, it makes no sense. Yours sincerely, Don Langford.
Don Langford <>
Hudson, - Friday, May 20, 2005 at 13:02:09 (EDT)
Message: I am an architec in St. john's NL and am reseaching my family history.I am looking for refernces to a home that would have been owned by my great grandfather, an architect, John James and Anna Maria Browne in Hudson / Como ca 1880 to 1920.

Also I am looking for family or refernces to a Mr.Gault McCombe who lived in Como ca 1950's. Any leads in the right direction would be grealty appreciated
Craig Greene <>
St. John's, NL Canada - Monday, May 16, 2005 at 11:22:59 (EDT)

I accidently found this site and read all of your messages.

But I see alot of people talking about this place called Bens restaurant in hudson and just got off the phone with the person whos grandfather opened that restaurant (Harold Benson) who was at one time a police man part time in Hudson when he was 19.

Anyhow I just thought I would comment on this
Sincerely miss Hudson
David Kilpatrick

David Kilpatrick <>
selkirk, on canada - Sunday, May 15, 2005 at 15:30:06 (EDT)

He ho Andy Kalenka! Wie isset um dich? lebste noch oder pimperst du schon? ach wie gern wäre ich jetzt bei dir und würd dich die zehen... ... weisst du noch im letzten sommer? ich bin´s deine Dolly... ...(Ilona)Buster bussi Dir Vergiss mich nicht, war echt super mit Dir
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KalleCity, im Westen Tackatuckaland - Friday, May 13, 2005 at 04:08:24 (EDT)
I think I just goofed on an email attempt. Figures. Would like to hear from any of my old classmates, with emphasis on the word "old". We're getting up there kiddos!! It'd be fun to try to get a few of the classes together one summer....soon. The class of '59 was the last one where there was just the single class; I mean how could they have duplicated a bunch like us. What a blast. Does anyone remember lowering the bread rolls from our classroom window to the grade below. I think we drove Mr. Rattray nuts. I remember when we took our great senior trip to the mint in Ottawa, Mr. Rattray saying it was such a nice day because we weren't in school. Bobo hanging from the door frame. I live in paradise, Agness, salmon fishing in the northwest! Life is good! Hope to hear from one of you oldies out there. Kathie...
Katherine Jephcott Warren <>
Agness, OR USA - Saturday, April 30, 2005 at 03:45:54 (EDT)