1st Joseph Ludlam, I
|Birthplace:||Matlock, Derbyshire, UK|
|Death:||Died in Oyster Bay LI, Queens, NY, United States|
|Place of Burial:||Centre Island, Nassau County, New York, United States|
Son of William Ludlam, II and Clemence Ludlam
|Managed by:||Paul Douglas Van Dillen|
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About 1st Joseph Ludlam, I
Joseph Ludlum (William and Clemence(?), said by some to be dau. of Rev. Robert Fordham) Ludlum, b.(?) in England, came to Boston, 1643; was later at Southampton, L. I.; Oct. 30, 1672, came to Oyster Bay, L. I., and died there as per family record, March 16, 1698, by occupation, cooper, m. Elizabeth Townsend; d. Aug. 22, 1723, according to same record; dau. of Henry (2nd) and Deborah (Underbill) Townsend. Children:
i. Clemence, b. 1684; d. June 8, 1760, aged 76; m. Robert Feke, b. June 22, 1685; d. April 2, 1773, in 8gth year of his age; son of John and Elizabeth (Priar) Feke. Robert Feke was for some years Elder of the Baptist Church at Oyster Bay, L. I.
ii. Joseph, b. (?) 1687; d. as per family record, Feb. 9, 1729-30; m. Elizabeth Townsend, dau. of Henry (3rd) and Eliphal (Wright) Townsend, b. about 1688; d. according to family record, Feb. 27, 1738-9. Dr. Peter Townsend says that "Joseph Ludlam's wife was a dau. of Henry (3rd) Townsend."
iii. Sarah, b. (?) 1689; d. before 1729; m. John Wright, clothier, son of Gideon and Margaret (Urquhart) Wright. John Wright had a grant of land in 1720 from his "brothers Joseph and Charles Ludlam," which in 1744-5, was laid out to his son Gideon, who died unmarried before 1750. John Wright m. (2) at Huntington, L. I., 1729-30 to Ruth Bailey.
iv. Charles, b. 1,27,1691; d. Nov. 1,1769, aged 78years, 7 mo., 5 days; m. Elizabeth Townsend, b. 12.25.1692; d. 9.2. 1756, aged 63 years, 10 mo., 8 days; dau. of Job and Rachel (Townsend) Wright of Oyster Bay, L. I. Job descended from Peter and Alice Wright and Rachel from John and Susannah (Harcurt) Townsend.
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Joseph Ludlam, the first of the name who settled on Center Island, purchased the house of John Pratt, which is now standing and constitutes a part of the residence of Henry Ludlam. Joseph at his death, in 1698, left two sons, Joseph 2nd and Charles. The eldest, according to British law, inherited the landed property; but, not thinking it just to his brother, Charles, he divided with him; Joseph retained the south part of the island, which is at present owned by the Smith family, and gave to his brother the north part, which is mostly owned by his descendants. The family is of English origin. The first Joseph was buried beside a large rock near the old homestead. Most of the other deceased members of the family are buried in the Ludlam burying ground on Center Island. Joseph Ludlam 2nd died in 1730. His descendants are represented by James Ludlam, S.Y. Ludlam, and Elbert Ludlam of Oyster Bay.
1st Joseph Ludlam, I's Timeline
August 9, 1643
Matlock, Derbyshire, UK
New York,New York,USA
January 27, 1691
March 16, 1698
Oyster Bay LI, Queens, NY, United States
Centre Island, Nassau County, New York, United States