Talk on Eben Judd, 1999 Apr. 11.


Sanford, D. Gregory. Talk on Eben Judd, 1999 Apr. 11.

Talk on Eben Judd, 1999 Apr. 11.

Copy of a talk given by Sanford at the Courthouse, Guildhall, Vt., about Ebenezer Warner Judd, town official, surveyor, and land holder in Guildhall, Vt., during the 1780s and early 1790s, and businessman and mill owner in Guildhall and later Middlebury, Vt.

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Judd, Eben W. (Eben Warner), 1761-1837 (person)

Sanford, D. Gregory (person)

Ebenezer Warner Judd was born in Connecticut and came to the Guildhall area in 1786 as a surveyor. His journals and other papers, partly at the Vermont State Archives and partly in the Sheldon Museum, give a vivid picture of early life in Vermont, and formed the basis of this talk. From the description of Talk on Eben Judd, 1999 Apr. 11. (Sheldon Museum Research Center). WorldCat record id: 726158864 ...

Chittenden, Thomas, 1730-1797 (person)

The state of Vermont granted 23,040 acres of land in Littleton to Benjamin Whipple and sixty-four associates on November 8, 1780. In March 9, 1797 Littleton became Waterford, Vermont. From the description of Copy of the charter of Littleton, Vermont, dated November 8, 1780, 18--? (Vermont Historical Society). WorldCat record id: 664367115 ...