3 edition of Biography of Deacon Benjamin Judson of Woodbury, Connecticut found in the catalog.
Biography of Deacon Benjamin Judson of Woodbury, Connecticut
Frank Edgar Weeks
|Statement||by Dr. F.E. Weeks.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.J93 1914|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||20 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||20|
|LC Control Number||14020949|
Excerpt from History of Ancient Woodbury, Connecticut, Vol. 2: From the First Indian Dead in A new feature in the work is exhibited in the illustrations' Mr. Henry Clay Curtis, an excellent artist, residing in Hartford, has profusely illustrated the work, so that the two volumes now con tain about one hundred and sixty-seven cuts, of all kinds, inserted at great 5/5(1). HISTORY OF ANCIENT WOODBURY. C BARTLETT PHELPS. Quite a full account of the life of Judge Phelps, appears on page Since that date he has deceased, andamoreextended.
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Chester Wood passed away in Woodbury, Connecticut. Funeral Home Services for Chester are being provided by Munson-Lovetere Funeral Home Inc. The obituary was featured in The News-Times on March Reardon was born in Waterbury on J , daughter of the late Benjamin and Rose (Membrino) Oricchio. She was a graduate of Crosby High School, class of Author: Jaimie Cura.
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this book was photocopied. Addeddate Bookplateleaf Call numberPages: Excerpt from Biography of Deacon Benjamin Judson of Woodbury, Connecticut book With Names of His Descendants I (1) Benjamin Judson was baptized October '21, He was chosen Deacon of the First Church of Woodbury August.
31,and was thereafter known as Deacon Benjamin Judson. He married Esther Minor. Daughter of Dea. Seth Minor, May 6, Author: Frank Edgar Weeks. Woodbury is a town in Litchfield County, Connecticut, United population was 9, at the census, up from 9, at the census.
The town center, comprising the adjacent villages of Woodbury and North Woodbury, is designated by the U.S. Census Bureau as the Woodbury Center census-designated place (CDP). Woodbury was founded in Country: United States.
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Lieut. Joseph Judson (c. – October 8, ) was an early New England colonist best known for co-founding the town of Woodbury, Connecticut. The Judson family, including the teen-aged Joseph Judson, settled in Concord, Massachusetts Bay Colony, in about Five years later they were among the first settlers in Stratford, Connecticut left Stratford to help Known for: Co-founder of Woodbury, Connecticut.
Biography of Deacon Benjamin Judson of Woodbury, Connecticut With Names of His Descendants by Frank Edgar Weeks Vital Record of Rhode Island, First Series; Births, Marriages and Deaths; A Family Register for the People; Friends and.
Page 58 56 HISTORY OF ANCIENT WOODBURY. Judson, mr Zachary walker, Captn John Minor, mr John Hurd & Ensigne John Wyott & others, all the present proprietors, Inhabitants of woodbury their heirs & assignes foreuer according to the Tenor of his Maties Manor of East Greenwich in the County of kent in the kingdom of England in free & common Soccage.
Full text of "History of ancient Woodbury, Connecticut, from the first Indian deed in including the present towns of Washington, Southbury, Bethlem, Roxbury, and a part of Oxford and Middlebury" See other formats. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
A collection of genealogies of families in the United States. by,New York Public Library, Photographic Service edition, Microform in English. 2d Heavy Artillery Abigail aged ancient April battle battle of Winchester beautiful Benjamin buried called camp Capt Charles church Cold Harbor Congregational Church Connecticut Cothren Court Curtiss Daniel David Deacon death died duty Edward Elizabeth Enlisted Enlisted in Co fathers friends George Half-way Covenant Hannah Harriet Hartford.
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Woodbury, in Litchfield County, is located in west-central Connecticut along the Pomeraug River. Formerly Pomperaug Plantation, the area was settled in and Woodbury was split off and named as a town in The Pootatuck path (an early Native American trail), crossed what is now Woodbury’s Main Street.
Historic sites & museums throughout Connecticut. The Connecticut Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. The society was founded April 2,our purpose is to keep alive the memory of men and women who fought or gave service or Independence in the American Revolutionary War.
Read the digitized book:Alphabetical list of individuals baptized in the Catholic Church in the Cathedral in St. Augustine, Florida or in other Catholic churches in the vicinity: for the period - Alphabetical list of individuals baptized in the Catholic Church in the Cathedral in St. Augustine, Florida or in other Catholic churches in the vicinity: for the period Woodbury Genealogy (in Litchfield County, CT) USA (1,) > Connecticut (13,) > Litchfield County (1,) > Woodbury (61).
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Facebook gives people the power to share and makes the world more open and tion: Sponsorship Coordinator. There are 62 people who live on Judson Ave in Woodbury, Connecticut that are registered to vote. Out of those people 17 are Republicans and 24 are Democrats while 21 are affiliated with a different political party or have no party affiliation at all.
Deacon George Clark(e) of Milford, Connecticut and some of his descendants [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Operations Inc. ) at Woodbury, Connecticut. She was the daughter of John Curtis and Joanna Burr. They resided in Woodbury, Litchfield, Connecticut Elizabeth Stoddard: born 15 NovWoodbury, Litchfield, Connecticut.
She died 17 Jan at Woodbury, Connecticut, She married,at Woodbury, Connecticut, Daniel Munn. Anthony.All are from Cothren's History of Woodbury unless indicated different. Also see 2 Supplementary List at bottom of page.
Aberthethy, James Judson, Aaron Judson, Abel Judson, Agur Judson, Amos Ensign Judson, Chapman Sr. Judson, Chapman Jr. Benjamin: D. A. R. Linage Book .The Old Woodbury Historical Society, Woodbury, CT. likes 30 were here. 25 Hollow Rd, Woodbury, CT Open: Sundays, pm June-October and for 5/5(6).