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Samuel Judd

Birthplace: Farmington, Connecticut Colony
Death: Died in Northampton, Hampshire County, Province of Massachusetts
Immediate Family:

Son of Deacon Thomas Judd and Wife of Deacon Thomas Judd - parents unknown
Husband of Maria Judd
Father of Mary Wright; Samuel Judd; Thomas Judd; Elizabeth Southwell; Margaret Wright and 5 others
Brother of Lieutenant Thomas Judd; Lt. John Judd; Benjamin Judd; Mary Loomis; Philip Judd and 1 other

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About Samuel Judd

Samuel Judd, Youngest son of Deac. Thomas Judd, came to Northampton and married Mariah Strong, daughter of Thomas Strong and Mary (Hewet) about 1681. He seems to have lived in the house with his father, and after his decease, took care of his widow, and she gave to him her propery, which had been the estate of Thomas Mason. He died Jan 10 1721, and his age was 67, according to his grave stone, thus placing his birth in 1653, which is probably correct. The Farmington church record makes him 6 years old in 1657, which appears to be erroneous, for he wasnot of age, Jan 8 1673, and so was not a proprietor of Farmington, when all his brothers were prpprietores. His wodow died May 18 1751, aged 87 years and 8 or 9 monthes. Her name is usually spelled Mariah or Moriah in the records. She belonged to a family of 16 children.

Samuel Judd lived on the Mason Homestead in Pleasant street Northampton. Besides the Mason estate , he had land in Farmington given by his father, and he had his share in the divisions oh his father's lands, made after his death. His father had engaged for him an 80 (Lira?) Allotment in Waterbury; as he did not settle there, it was forfeited. There was a time when all the six brothers intended to settle at Waterbury.

Samuel Judd's Decendants may be called the Northampton and Wouth Hadley Branch. As Samuel was the youngest son, the generations of his descendants are 20,30 or more years later than the corresponding numericalgenerations of theposterity of the oldest son, William

Samuel may be the son of Sarah Freeman instead of Clemence Mason. (See World Family Tree #4367)

CONC amento CA 95820, United States, 916-457-7584.

Inherited 40 acre farm from step-mother

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Samuel Judd's Timeline

December 1651
Farmington, Connecticut Colony
April 10, 1658
Age 6
Farmington, Hartford, CT
April 10, 1658
Age 6
Farmington, Hartford Co., Conn
April 10, 1658
Age 6
Farmington, Hartford, Ct
October 12, 1682
Age 30
October 15, 1685
Age 33
Northampton, Hampshire, MA
November 14, 1688
Age 36
Northampton, Hampshire County, Province of Massachusetts
January 28, 1691
Age 39
Northampton, Hampshire, MA
July 8, 1693
Age 41
Northampton, Hampshire County, Province of Massachusetts