C. L. Judd

Source: History of Northern Wisconsin: Containing an Account of Its Settlement, Growth, Development, and Resources, an Extensive Sketch of Its Counties, Cities, Towns and Villages, Their Improvements, Industries, Manufactories, Biographical Sketches, Portraits of Prominent Men and Early Settlers, Views of County Seats, Etc. Chicago: Western Historical Co., 1881. p. 72

C. L. JUDD, contractor and builder, Ashland, was born in Cape Vincent, St. Lawrence Co., N.Y., Aug. 16, 1836. He went to common school till 1854, and then attended Fulton Seminary, is Oswego County. Finally, in 1857 he went to Theresa Institute. In 1862 he enlisted in the 10th N.Y. Artillery, Co. M. In April, 1864 he was transferred to the navy, where he was at the capture of Mobile. He was mustered out in Boston, 1865, returning to Cape Vincent and resumed his trade of carpenter. In 1872 he came to Ashland and selected a place for himself and moved his family out in October, 1873. The house he lives in is one of the first in the village, and was used as the first school-house. In the Spring of 1858 he married Evaline Lee, of Essex Co., N.Y. They have had six children—Etta (now Mrs. Page), Willie, Benjamin and Myrtle; Emma and Seth are not living. Mr. Judd has been Justice since 1878.

 

 

Last Update Monday, 30-Aug-2010 14:40:02 EDT


WIGenWeb State Coordinator:  Tina Vickery
WIGenWeb Assistante State Coordinator:  Marcia Ann Kuehl
Copyright 2010 by the WIGenWeb Team.  All rights reserved.  Copyright of submitted items belongs to those
responsible for their authorship or creation unless otherwise assigned.