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a. Note:   REFERENCE NOTES: According to Sylvester Judd's book "The Descendants of Deacon Thomas Judd" "Clemence Mason was widowed in 1678. She was married to Thomas Mason of Northampton. He left her with a good estate and no children."
  Sylvester further states,"On the 2d of December, 1679. Thomas Judd married widow Clemence Mason, and he resided with her in Northampton most of the time during the remainder of his life. Her homestead was on the east side of Pleasant Street and the front extended from two or three rods below the great elm down to Hawley street; and she owned about forty acres of meadow land. Thoams Judd was one of the selectmen of Northampton in 1682. His youngest son Samuel, came to Northampton and lived with his father, and after his decease, took care of his widow Clemence, and she gave to him her estate."
  Clarence Almon Torrey, New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc. page 429 "Judd, Thomas (1608-1688) & 2/wf Clemence (?) Mason w[ed] Thomas; 2 Dec 1679;Northampton."
  Compiler's Note: Simple math shows that Clemence had no children with Thomas either, especially since he was 71 years old when he married her. 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.