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Town of New Hudson & Village of Black Creek

Origin 

NEW HUDSON (1825):  Originally named Haight after an early settler named General Haight donated 100 acres to the town with the stipulation his namesake remain as such. After much resentment arose in 1837, the name was changed to New Hudson, unknown why that name. The hamlet of Black Creek is the largest settlement in the town and most likely named after the appearance of its creek. Formed from Rushford April 10, 1825.

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Maps

The map below is from the 2004 edition roadmaps published by the Allegany County Department of Public Works.

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External Links 

CURRENT TOWN OFFICIALS   

HISTORY OF NEW HUDSON


Additional Information

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