Elizabeth 10th great grandma on RootsMagic tree.
Elizabeth was born in about 1614, her last name isn’t known. In 1630 she married Thomas Judd. The birth and marriage places of Elizabeth and Thomas aren’t known. The Judds were part of the 1620-1640 ’Great Migration’ documented by genealogist Robert Charles Anderson, he’s written volumes. Elizabeth and family left England for America in 1634, this is shown in a land grant in Cambridge on August 4, 1634, “lots granted in Westend, To Tho: Judd 4 Ackrs”. Elizabeth and family stayed in the Massachusetts colony for awhile, then with Reverend Thomas Hooker, left to start a new settlement in the Connecticut Colony, fort called New Towne then called Hartford. Elizabeth and Thomas had 9 children, 3 daughters and 6 sons. Two daughters married Loomis brothers. two sons and one daughter married a Steele sibling, one son married Mary Howkins. One son, Benjamin married Mary Lewis, their 7th great grandson was Faber Miller.
The single available record with Elizabeth’s name is Dr John Winthrop’s medical notebook, “8 July 1669, John Winthrop Jr. treated -Jud Elis[abeth] above 60 years wife of [blank] Jud Senior of Farmington-“. Elizabeth lived until about 1678. Her burial place is unknown.
- The Records of the town of Cambridge (formerly Newtowne) Massachusetts. 1630-1703. Cambridge, 1901, Page 9.
- Great migration, immigrants to New England 1634-1635, Page 121-126 Thomas Judd at American Ancestors.
- Original distribution of the lands in Hartford among the settlers, 1639, Page 549, 550, page 320.
- Kenyon Street an AngelFire website last updated in 2013. The annotated map shadows Thomas and Elizabeth’s land top left next to the Charter Oak. This map was made by a neighborhood association, people living in the area. Mark Twain’s house is part of the neighborhood.