And this line came up on a biography website:
Place of death: In or near the Hudson Bay, Canada.
That's right, in or near the Hudson Bay. Which is correct, just an odd way of phrasing it. On his fourth voyage of discovery, Hudson and crew were forced to spend the winter in the subarctic on the shores of the bay that would bear his name. Ill-prepared, low on food, it was a harrowing experience. Come spring, what was left of Hudson's crew refused to keep exploring, set Hudson and others adrift in a small boat and then headed back to England. Hudson was never heard from again. And the few starving men that managed to limp back into port were all tried for mutiny. So, an interesting turn of phrase that hides a tragic story.