- "The love of a family, is life's greatest blessing."
- —Hudson family quote since 1872
However the family tree of the Hudsons is very extended. It has been around for centuries. The Hudsons are known as very loyal people, also called one of the most friendly families of the country. They tread each other with respect and are very caring for each other. Most of the Hudsons share the same talant, music. Many Hudsons play instruments but some of them are also known as very talented singers.
The Hudsons aren't the most rich family in England, even with their singing talent. They never were. They always found a way to be with each other all the time with not much money to spend. Like Christmas eve, they celebrate at one place with no valuable gifts, but with handmade crafts.
For centuries now, the Hudson family has close ties to the Dunbar family. Their relationship evolved so much over the years that now they consider each other extended family. The Dunbars are one of the few families who have been inside their house.
In the time Carole was at Hogwarts, she got bullied by Lucius Malfoy. When Malfoy knew Carole was married by a muggle, Chirstopher, he screw at her for marry a muggle. Because "Pure-bloods are supposed to marry pure-bloods.". Carole didn't cared about it, so she got in a big feud with the Malfoys. Even when Carole married Joshua, who is a pureblood, the Malgoys took a step back, but Carole still dislike them.
Christopher and Carole marries around 1979 and they have two children; Finn Hudson and Brody Hudson. Finn and Brody, who are Half-bloods and wizards, are sorted into Hufflepuff, an very well placed House for the Hudsons.
Hudson - both the bay in Canada and the river in New York named for English navigator Henry Hudson (died c. 1611), who hired on variously to the English and Dutch authorities.
Hud - "husk of a seed," late 14c., of uncertain origin; perhaps related to or a dialectal form of hood (n.1).
Son - Old English sunu "son, descendant," from Proto-Germanic *sunuz (source also of Old Saxon and Old Frisian sunu, Old Norse sonr, Danish søn, Swedish son, Middle Dutch sone, Dutch zoon, Old High German sunu, German Sohn, Gothic sunus "son"). The Germanic words are from PIE *su(e)-nu- "son" (source also of Sanskrit sunus, Greek huios, Avestan hunush, Armenian ustr, Lithuanian sunus, Old Church Slavonic synu, Russian and Polish syn "son"), a derived noun from root *seue- (1) "to give birth" (source also of Sanskrit sauti "gives birth," Old Irish suth "birth, offspring"). Son of _____ as the title of a sequel to a book or movie is recorded from 1917 ("Son of Tarzan"). Most explanations for son of a gun (1708) are more than a century after its appearance. Henley (1903) describes it as meaning originally "a soldier's bastard;" Smyth's "Sailor's Word-Book" (1867) describes it as "An epithet conveying contempt in a slight degree, and originally applied to boys born afloat, when women were permitted to accompany their husbands to sea ...."
Chris and Carole hadn't much money to spend so they couldn't have bought a bigger house. When Carole got pregnant from Finn, the two were for sure that they should move in a bigger house. However, since the pregnancy it is for sure the relationship between Chris and Carole isn't going well. Chris, as a soldier, is much out of the world and with that Carole feels like she's going to do everything alone. When Chris died in 1980, and Joshua has lost his wife Alice, Joshua and Carole moved into the Hudbar House.
Hudbar House is the home owned by Joshua Dunbar and Carole Howell. They lived in this home with their sons, Finn, Patrick, Brody and Liam Dunbar. The Hudbar family also has a houself, Dobby, into their family. Hudbar House lies in the village of Little Whinging, which is located in the county of Surrey, near London in the southeast of England. The neighbourhood consists of a number of almost exact replications of the Dursley residence — row upon row of executive houses for executive people.
Inviting people over is something that is considered rare within the family. Since the Hudbars have always valued their privacy, only people who are having a close relationship with (one of) the family members are allowed entrance. Not even the Minister of Magic is allowed entrance unless there is a good reason for it. Another reason why they have to keep their house so closed-off for other people is because of the fact that they are living in a Muggle neighbourhood.