Agnes was born in Wolverhampton in 1894, the daughter of Daniel and Sarah Ann Eason. In 1901 they were living at 66 Dunstall Road, together with Agnes’s siblings Thomas Barfield, Grace and Albert Franklin. By 1911, they were at 22 Dunstall Street, and Agnes had gained a brother, Herbert. She worked as a sewing machinist.
During the First World War, Agnes served as a Special police woman in Wolverhampton. In 1921, she married William H. Hudson in Wolverhampton, and the couple had two daughters, Agnes T. (in 1922) and Grace E. (in 1924). I have not been able to confirm details of Agnes’s further life.