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Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Judd Time line

In a recent blog, I was researching the Judd family of Prussia, with little to go on. I was so fortunate to receive an email from a reader (thank you so much - you know who you are) suggesting I try www.fultonhistory.com. This proved to be a gold mine for me. The site has many issues of old newspapers from all over NY State and some other states too. Because of the social nature of newspapers 100+ years ago, I was able to find names of people I was only guessing at.  I was able to construct the following time line for the Judd family. I stopped at 1940 for the Blog simply because there are people still living and I don't believe it's appropriate to include them. 

1841 -  Baptismal record for Johannes Wilhelm Jud in Burbach, Westfalia, (Prussia)                               Germany, s/o Johannes Wilhelm and Sophia Elisabeth Diehl Jud (This is a                             transcribed record and not an actual document.)

1860 – John W. Judt, age 48, a shoemaker, with wife Sophia and sons, August                       and Frederick, were recorded living in the 9th Ward, Rochester, Monroe Co.,                         NY. Originally from Prussia. (1860 Fed. Census)

                   U.S., Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles, 1861-1865
Charles A Judd
Residence:
Syracuse, New York
Age at enlistment:
20
Enlistment Date:
13 Jul 1863
Rank at enlistment:
Private
Enlistment Place:
Syracuse, New York
State Served:
New York
Birth Date:
abt 1843
Source Information
Historical Data Systems, comp. U.S., Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles, 1861-1865 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2009.
Original data:  Data compiled by Historical Data Systems of Kingston, MA from the following list of works.Copyright 1997-2009 Historical Data Systems, Inc. PO Box 35 Duxbury, MA 02331

1865 – John W. Judt (Sr.), age 54, a peddler, with his wife Sophia and sons John                              W. (Jr.), August and Frederick were recorded living in the 9th Ward,                                       Rochester, Monroe Co., NY. All originally from Prussia, except                                               Frederick who was b, in Rensalear (sic.). It states they were the parents                     of 6 children. (1865 NY State Census)

1870 – John W. Judd (sic.), farmer, age 60, with wife Sophia and son, Frederick,                           were recorded living in Gates, Monroe Co., NY showing real estate value of                           $800 and personal estate value of $900  (1870 Fed. Census)

1870 – Charles Judd, wife Mary, daughters Florence and Etta were recorded living in the                         town of Cicero, Onondaga Co., NY (1870 Fed. Census)

1875 – John W. Judd, farmer, age 64, with wife Sophia and son, Frederick, were recorded                       living in First Dist., in the Town of Hamlin, Monroe Co., NY, (1875 NY State                           Census)

1875 – Charles Judd, wife Mary and children Florence, Etta, Harriett, Charles N. and Otis H.                      were recorded living in the Town of Gates, Monroe Co., NY (1875 NY State                            Census)

1877 – John W. Judd died and was buried at Mt Hope Cemetery, Rochester, NY
                    (Find a Grave)

1884 – Sophia Judd sold, on Jul 14 1884, at least 30 acres of land in Hamlin to                        Charles A. Judd. (Rochester Daily News Jun 9 1913 under Legal                         Notices – Supreme Court)

1880 – Sophia Judd – widow, age 67 was recorded as a servant in the home of                       Frederic Weitz, in the Town of Greece, NY, ED 48, Monroe Co., NY                     (1880 Fed. Census)

1880 – Charles Judd, wife Mary and children Florence, Etta, Harriett, Charles N., Otis H.                           and Chester E. were recorded living in the Town of Hamlin, E.D. 49, Monroe                         Co., NY (1880 Fed. Census)

1892 – Charles A. Judd, wife Mary and children Chester E., Katie, Titus, Harry H. and                               Earl(y) were recorded living in the Town of Hamlin, E.D. 1, Monroe Co., NY                           (1892 NY State Census)

1892 – Charles N. Judd is recorded living in The Town of Wilson, ED 1, Niagara Co., NY                           (1892 NY State Census)

1900 – Charles A. Judd is recorded as a widow, with no other family members, living in the                       Town of Hamlin, ED 12, Monroe Co., NY. (1900 Fed. Census)

1900 – Mary Judd is recorded as a widow and a servant in the Frederick Palmer home in                         the Town of Hamlin, ED 12, Monroe Co., NY. Mary is recorded as having had 0                     children with 0 children still living. (1900 Fed. Census)

1900 - Charles N. Judd is recorded as single and a boarder in the Philip Simmons home                           living in the Town of Hamline, ED 12, Monroe Co., NY. (1900 Fed. Census)

1905 – Charles Judd, his wife, Nellie, and his mother, Mary, were recorded as living on the                       Ladd Road in the Town of Hamlin, ED 1, Monroe Co., NY. (1905 NY State                             Census) {The Ladd Rd. became known as the Walker-Lake Ontario Rd.}

1909 – Charles A. Judd – Mar. 18 1909, Mary L. Judd, widow, applied for pension benefits                       for Charles A. Judd for service during the Civil War. He was in I 149 Infantry NY                     (out of Syracuse).  Does not show if this was approved.



1910 - Dec 13, 1910 - Matter of Estate of Charles A. Judd, deceased.— Decree                                         establishing right of inheritance of Florence M. Hebner. Etta L. Peck, Minnie M.                     Matthews, Chas, M.(sic.) Judd, Chester E. Judd, Titus Judd, Harry Herbert                             Judd and Earle Judd.—- Salisbury & Agate, for petitioner. Matter of Estate of                         Sarah Ms Jewett  (Rochester Daily News Dec. 1910)

1910 – Charles N. Judd with his wife, Nellie, and daughters, Hazel and Gladys, were                                 recorded living on the Ladd Rd. in the Town of Hamline, ED 15, Monroe Co.,                         NY. (1910 Fed. Census)

1918 – Charles N. Judd, Draft Registration, recorded as living RFD #3, Brockport, NY, age                       45, DOB 10/26/1872, wife Nellie, occupation: farmer, medium height and build,                      blue eyes and gray hair. Distinguishing feature: lost one thumb. (Monroe Co.                          Local Draft Board)

1920 – Charles N. Judd, his wife, Nellie, daughters Hazel, Gladys, and Dorothy and his                             mother Mary L. were recorded living in the Town of Sweden, ED 272. Monroe                       Co., NY  (1920 Fed. Census)

1930 – Charles N. Judd, his wife, Ellen, daughter, Dorothy and married daughter Gladys                           Judd Adams with her husband, Burtie, and their children Joyce and  Charles,                         were recorded living at the Staples Farm on West Sweden Rd. in the Town of                       Sweden, ED 28-258, Monroe Co., NY  (1930 Fed. Census)

1940 -  Charles N. Judd, age 67, his wife, Nellie, and his sister, Etta Peck, are recorded as                        living with or renting from Addison Arradine on Creamery Rd. in the Town of                          Bergen, ED 19-27, Genesee Co., NY (1940 Fed. Census)



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