Biography of Michael T. Hudner
Bristol County, MA Biographies

Hudner, Michael T., proprietor of the Mellen House and provision merchant, was born in Fall River, November 19, 1862. He obtained his eduation in the schools of his native city and in 1884 began his successful career in the market business at Second and Rodman streets, continuing there two and one half years. He then moved to Pleasant street in the Waterman block, where he remained two and one half years, at the expiration of which time he moved to the Thomas Waring building on Main street. He next located at the corner of Main and Borden streets, where he has since enjoyed an extensive business. In 1895 he opened a large market and provision store at the corner of Washington and Bennett streets, Boston, which he still continues with success. From 1892 to 1894 he was proprietor of the Mellen House, the leading hotel in Fall River; he again leased this hotel March 1, 1897. In 1897 he erected the Hudner building on South Main street, which is one of the finest business blocks in the city, built with modern improvements, and using its own electric plant. Mr. Hudner married Helena Kennedy, who had been a successful school teacher of New Bedford, and a daughter of Michael Kennedy, a well known citizen of that city.

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Bristol County, Massachusetts
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The Boston History Company, Publishers, 1899.

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