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  1. Thomas Judd: Birth: ABT. 1662 in Farmington, Connecticut. Death: 24 AUG 1724 in West Hartford, Connecticut

  2. Sarah Judd: Birth: ABT. 1665. Death: 11 MAY 1693

  3. John Judd: Birth: UNKNOWN in Farmington, Conneticut. Death: 1717 in Waterbury, CT

a. Note:   REFERENCE NOTES: Per Sylvester Judd, 1856, "In March, 1662, the General Court granted to Thomas Judd (Jr), probably for some public services, 200 acres of land, which were located and called Judd's Farm, but some years after, the land was found to be within the bounds of Wallingofrd, and was given up, and an equivalent taken elsewhere."
  Compiler's Note: To this day there is a Judd's Meadow in Watertown (formerly Westbury). See reference note below. On some maps you will find reference to Judd's Farm as well.
  Thomas Judd (Jr) was one of the 84 proprietors of Farmington, CT
  REFERENCE NOTES: Per Sylvester Judd, 1856, "Thomas Judd was one of the first plantes of Mattatuck, or Waterbury; and was the first deputy sent from that town to the General Court, May, 1689. He represented the town, at one or both sessions, for 11 years, between 1689 and 1703. Was several times a depty with his nephew, Deac. Thomas Judd (son of William1633) when the town sent two. He was an Ensign in 1686, and a Lieutenant and chief officer from 1696 or 97 till his death, there being no Captain till after his decease. he was the first Commissioner for Waterbury, 1690 to 1698, and a Justice of the Peace from 1699 to 1703. ...He left only three children. They were born in Farmington, but their births are not recorded. He died without making a will, as did his father and all his brothers except Samuel."
  "Thomas Judd, as a proprietor of Watebury, was entitled to a large quantity of land in that great township, and was still a proprietor of Farmington. Indeed, land in those days was more plenty than any thing else, but the greater part of the upland was then deemed of little value. A tract in Waterbury was named Judd's Meadow, in the 17th century."
  "Thomas, Jr....[was admitted] freeman May, 1664." is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.