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Anthony Judd

Birthdate: (77)
Birthplace: Farmington, Hartford County, Connecticut Colony
Death: December 3, 1751 (77)
Farmington, Hartford County, Connecticut Colony
Immediate Family:

Son of Lt. John Judd and Mary Judd
Husband of Susanna Judd and Mary Judd
Father of Amos Judd; Ithiel Judd; Lydia Judd; Phineas Judd; John Judd and 3 others
Brother of Elizabeth Orton; Hugh Judd; Joseph Judd; Ruth Clark; Mary Woodruff and 1 other

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About Deacon Anthony Judd

Anthony Judd married Susanna Woodford on June 26, 1707 at Farmington, Hartford County, Connecticut Colony, (*present USA).

Deacon Anthony Judd was a large farmer and lived in the north part of Farmington. He was a man of influence and represented the town of Farmington many times between May 1717 and May 1741. He was the fourth member at the founding of the Church at Great Swamp; one of "seven pillars" and first Deacon, being chosen March 10, 1712-13.

A curious relationship existed between him and his children, for he married as his second wife, June 26, 1707, Mary, daughter Sergeant Samuel Snyder, while his son, Phinehas Judd, married her sister; his daughter, Susannah Judd, married her brother. So he became a brother-in-law to two of his children. In his will, Deacon Anthony Judd names his wife Mary, his two daughters, viz: Lydia, wife of John Cole and Susannah relict of Samuel Seymour, deceased, and his three sons, Amos, Phinehas and John.


  • Genealogies of Connecticut Families: From the New England ..., Volume 1
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  • Samuel Seymour lived at Kensington Parish, Farmington. He owned the covenant in the Farmington church, 11 May 1707; and he and his wife were among the ten original members of the Kensington church, which was formed 10 Dec. 1712. Administration on the estate of Samuel Seymour, late of Farmington, was granted 1 Aug. 1749 to Isaac North of Wethersfield, Conn., who gave bonds with James North of Farmington. A division of the estate was made 17 Jan. 1749/50 between Hannah Seymour, the widow, the heirs of Samuel Seymour, Hannah wife of Allen Goodrich, Mary wife of Dea. Anthony Judd, Rebecca wife of Elisha Goodrich, Mercy wife of Uriah Judd, Sarah wife of James North, and Ruth wife of Phineas Judd.
  • Children, born at Farmington:
    • i. HANNAH,4 b. 28 mar. 1706/7; m. at Farmington, 10 Dec. 1729, as his second wife, ALLEN3 GOODRICH, b. at Wethersfield, Conn., 13 Nov. 1690, d. 8 Apr. 1764, s. of John2 (William1) and Rebecca (Allen). They resided at Wethersfield and Farmington. Children: 1. John, b. 26 Mar. 1734; m. 7 Oct. 1757 Hannah Dewey. 2. Asahel, b. 13 Sept. 1736; m. (1) 1 Jan. 1764 Abigail Gilbert; m (2) 3 Nov. 1775 Sarah Woodruff.
    • ii. MARY, b. 13 Nov. 1708; d. s.p.; m., as his second wife DEA. ANTHONY3 JUDD, s. of John2 (Thomas1) and Mary Hawkins.(*) The will of Dea. Anthony Judd of the parish of Kensington, town of Farmington, dated 3 Jan. 1748/50, names his wife Mary, his two daughters, viz., Lydia wife of Job Cole and Susanna relict of Samuel Seymour dec'd(t) and his three sons, Amos, Phineas, (t) and John.
    • iii. REBECCA, b. 23 June 1711; d. 2 May 1792; m. at Farmington, 21 Nov. 1734, ELISHA4 GOODRICH, b. 2 Sept. 1712, s. of Allen3 (John,2 William1) and Elizabeth (Goodrich) and stepson of Rebecca's sister Hannah. Children: 1. Elisha, b. 12 Mar. 1736; m. 29 June 1758 Sybil Mix. 2. Josiah, b. 15 Jan. 1740; m. (1) 10 Sept. 1767 Ruth Gilbert; m. (2) 25 Feb. 1779 Abigail (Wolcott) Wright.
    • 32.iv. SAMUEL.
    • v. MERCY, b. 11 Sept. 1715; d. at Lenox, Mass.; m. at Farmington, 19 Feb. 1747, as his second wife, URIAH4 JUDD, b. at Farmington 28 Dec. 1713, d. at Lenox, s. of Benjamin3 (Benjamin,2 Thomas1) and Susanna (North). (+) They removed to Pittsfield, Mass., in May 1769, and thence to Lenox in 1774. Children: 1. Uriah, b. 20 Dec. 1745;($) m. (1) in 1772 Lucy Miller; m. (2) Elizabeth Brattle. 2. Mehitable, m. Benjamin Bush of Sheffield [?Mass.]. 3. Samuel m. (intention recorded 23 Apr. 1774) Naomi Noble. 4 Benjamin, b. 3 July 1755; m. in 1776 Keziah Jacobs. 5. Mercy, m. Rufus Parker of Lenox. 6. Molly, b. 7 May 1761; m. Titus Parker of Lenox.
    • vi. SARAH, b. abt. 1720; d. 20 Aug. 1781, aged 61; m. (1) her first cousin JAMES4 NORTH, b. 17 Apr. 1709, d. at Canaan, Conn., in 1758, s. of Thomas3 (Thomas,2 John1) and Martha (Roys); m. (2) 27 Sept. 1759 JUDAH HART, b. 25 Oct. 1709, d. 14 Sept. 1784, s. of John and Esther (Gridley). Children by first husband: 1. Thomas, drowned in the French and Indian War. 2. Asher, b. in 1741; m. 29 Apr. 1773 Betsey Foster. 3 Lydia, b. about 1746;
    • (*) Dea. Anthony Judd married first, 26 June 1707, Susanna Woodford.
    • (t) Susanna, daughter of Dea. Anthony Judd by his first wife, married Samuel4 Seymour (32), brother of her stepmother, Mary (Seymour) Judd. Dea. Anthony Judd's son Phineas married Ruth4 Seymour (11, vii), sister of his stepmother.
    • (+) Uriah Judd married first, 20 Dec. 1744, Mabel Bidwell, who died 25 Aug. 1745.
    • ($) Sic. Probably an error in the year. Uriah's first child was named Seymour.
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Deacon Anthony Judd's Timeline

January 1674
Farmington, Hartford County, Connecticut Colony
April 5, 1708
Age 34
Farmington, Hartford County, Connecticut Colony
December 8, 1710
Age 36
Farmington, Hartford, CT
July 5, 1713
Age 39
Farmington, Hartford, CT
February 4, 1715
Age 41
Hartford County, Connecticut Colony, (present USA)
April 25, 1718
Age 44
New Britain, Hartford County, CT, USA
October 21, 1719
Age 45
Farmington, Hartford, CT
February 1723
Age 49
Farmington, Hartford, CT
September 8, 1726
Age 52
Farmington, Hartford, CT