• Genealogy
  • Judd Genealogy - Beginning with Deacon Thomas Judd, English immigrant to Cambridge, Massachusetts, in about 1633

  • Elizabeth

    on Oct 31

    My husband is a 13th generation direct descendant of Deacon Thomas Judd and his first born son William Judd. I have a complete gen file at Ancestry.com. His great grandfather appears in the genealogy published by a cousin Sylvester Judd, 1850.

  • Cathy Hainer

    on Aug 15

    I just returned from visiting this burial site. Thomas Judd is my 9th great-grandfather on my mother's side. I appreciate seeing your pictures. I do wish I could read more than the top lines of the headstone. Any information about what else is written? I assume the children are listed but there is also a line at the bottom that isn't legible. Enjoyed finding your information.

  • Scott Sheldon

    on Aug 02

    Thomas Judd is my 9th Great Grandfather from my father's side.

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    Darren J. Judd

    on Jul 22

    I am a 13th decenendant of Deacon Thomas Judd.

  • Debbie Judd King

    on May 18

    I am a decendant of Deacon Thomas Judd. My nephew is the 15th generation of son to son Judd all starting with Deacon Thomas Judd. We decend from Thomas' son Benjamin. Thank you for posting the information about his life in Conneticut. I will be visiting England this year and am hoping to dig up more on his father William. If you have any other information you could share about Thomas and or William it would be greatly appreciated.

  • B Barr

    on Mar 04

    Hi
    I have been researching my husbands ancestors since 1968 and have only gotten back to NathanJudd and Thankful Wright
    I think this may a connection. Thanks for anything you may tell about the family.
    Rosanna Judd would be his 4th or 5th great grandmother

  • Linda

    on Mar 03

    I'm researching my husband's line and would appreciate information I can truly count on. I have a tree on Ancestry.com also. Thanks much.