Descendants of William Judson of Connecticut

This long awaited book covers 14 generations, from William Judson who was christened in 1592 in Halifax, Yorkshire, England to the present, here in America. William came to America in 1634 with his 3 sons, lived 4 years at Concord, MA and in 1638 went to Stratford, CT with the Rev. Adam Blakemand and 24 others of the Massachusetts Colony to become the first settlers of Stratford. This book covers his known descendants who can now be found throughout the United States, as well as allied families including major families of Beach, Beardsley, Beebe, Beers, Clark, Curtis/Curtiss, Gillespie, Gowey, Hawley, Hine, Hull, Hurd, Lewis, Minor, Miller, Mitchell, Peck, Perry, Sherman, Sperry, Towle, Walker, Welles/Wells.

The book includes 500+ pages of family information, photos, documents, letters, life style, historic time line, complete index and more and was produced in very limited edition and beautifully hardbound in green leatherette and embossed in gold.

The first printing of this book sold out within several months, so to assure that you obtain your copy(s) of this book, now in its 2nd printing, order your copy at $74.95 now (includes postage). As of June 2014, there are only a few books available.


Book Order Form

To receive your copy(s) of "Descendants of William Judson of Connecticut", you may send your check or money order in U.S. funds to:

Linda Jeanne Dolby
1515 Hillside Circle
Plano, TX 75074

Please make checks payable to: Linda J. Dolby

If paying by check you may either print this form out and return to me with your check or money order in U.S. funds or just include the necessary information on a piece of paper.

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Compiled by Linda Jeanne Dolby