Everett Daily Herald
ATTORNEY G.S. JUDD 81 YEARS OLD, DIES ON MONDAY EVENING
Was a Past President of the Snohomish County Bar Association
SERVED IN CIVIL WAR; CAME TO CITY IN 1901
G.S. Judd, widely known Everett attorney, died at his home 3329 Oakes avenue, early Monday evening. He had been ill for several weeks. Attorney Judd was born in Massachusetts. In 1845 the family moved to Wisconsin. At the outbreak of the Civil war Mr. Judd joined the Union forces and participated in major campaigns with the rank of Lieutenant. Mr. Judd later moved to Kentucky, where he was married and established a law office. He had met Mrs. Judd while in the service. In 1901, after the death of his wife, Attorney Judd came to Everett and entered the practice of law. He tried his first case before P.K. Lewis in justice court. Mr. Judd became prominent in the legal affairs of Snohomish and Island counties and served the Snohomish County Bar association as president. Despite his advance age, Mr. Judd continued to visit his office each day until six months ago when he gave up his practice. He was a member of the First Christian church in the activities of which he was prominent for more than twenty years. He served for years on the church board, as Sunday school superintendent and as an elder. He led the choir for many years as a tenor and later led it with his violin. Mr. Judd led a life of service. In his younger days he tramped through the Olympics and was familiar with the many flowers, shrubs and birds of the Puget Sound district. Surviving is a daughter, Miss Jessie Judd; three nieces Mrs. J.A. Baker of 2928 Oakes, Mary Hulett, residing at the Judd residence in Everett, and Elizabeth Judd of Anacortes, and a nephew Charles Judd, living at Anacortes. Distant relatives reside in Everett. A brother Edwin Judd died at age 96 years old. Edwin Judd was one of the organizers of the republican party in Wisconsin during the days of Abraham Lincoln. The body of Mr. Judd is at a mortuary at Broadway and Wall.
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American Civil War Soldier
Name: Gilbert S Judd
Enlistment Date: 05 August 1862
Side Served: Union
State Served: Ohio
Unit Numbers: 1724 1724
Service Record: Enlisted as a Corporal on 05 August 1862 at the age of 20.
Enlisted in Company F, 103rd Infantry Regiment Ohio on 05 August 1862.
Promoted to Full Sergeant on 23 October 1862.
Transfered on 09 January 1863 from company F to company S.
Promoted to Full Sergeant Major on 09 January 1863.
Transfered on 29 February 1864 from company S to company B.
Promoted to Full Lieutenant 2nd Class on 29 February 1864 (As of Co. B).
Transfered on 05 January 1865 from company B to company S.
Promoted to Full Lieutenant 1st Class on 05 January 1865 (1st Lieut & Adjutant).
Mustered out Company F, 103rd Infantry Regiment Ohio on 12 June 1865 in Raleigh, NC.
Civil War Service
Name: Gilbert S. Judd
Unit: 103 Ohio Infantry
Rank - Induction: Corporal
Rank - Discharge: Adjt.
Civil War Pension, 1861-1934
Name: Gilbert S. Judd
State Filed: Kentucky
James Judd (1790 - 1880)
Amanda Brewster Judd (1798 - 1888)
James Brattle Judd (1822 - 1912)*
Elizabeth Amanda Judd Bangs (1824 - 1906)*
Edwin Uriah Judd (1826 - 1922)*
John Milton Judd (1829 - 1906)*
Harmony Taylor Judd Bly (1831 - 1913)*
Oliver Brewster Judd (1833 - 1896)*
Angeline Judd Washburn (1838 - 1923)*
Mary Cornelia Judd Sedgwick (1839 - 1911)*
Gilbert Stanley Judd (1841 - 1923)
Plot: Block 24, Lot 10
Created by: C&P * LaPlante Files
Record added: Mar 17, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 13642636