(March, 1642 - October 1, 1698)
ResidenceBenjamin and his brothers are interested in moving to a new area, Mattabuck, they asked the church for guidance. The church reminded the Judds how God had been good and advised them to wait until Mattabuck was more settled. One Judd brother Phillip left for Mattabuck, the other brothers stayed in Farmington.
OccupationBenjamin Judd, son of Deacon Thomas, dying in 1698, left, Leather and shoemaker’s tools to the value of one pound and six shillings.
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