|Birth: ||Dec. 9, 1650|
New London County
|Death: ||Jan. 1, 1722|
After the death of his father, in 1653, his mother removed from New London to Wcthersfield, Conn., where they lived, and where, probably, the mother died. The first record of him appears on the town books of Northampton, Mass., where he marries Mary Alexander, Sept. 23, 1670. Northampton was settled in 1654, and George Alexander, the father of Mary, was one of the original proprietors. Here Micah Mudge resided, and acted as surveyor, and appears to have been one of the original proprietors of Northfield, Mass., the settlement of which was attended with great difficulties, as the Indians burnt the village and drove off the settlers in 1675. He returned with others afterwards, as appears from an order from the General Court, dated Boston, May 24, 1682,* and became an actual settler.
He removed to Lebanon, Conn., and was one of the early settlers of that town prior to 1698,* where he also served as a surveyor, and assisted in laying out the town.
Micah Mudge was one of nine persons who organized the First Congregational Church in Lebanon, Nov. 27, 1700.
Information from "Mudge Memorials in America" Alfred Mudge Boston 1868
Jarvis Mudge (1625 - 1652)
Rebecca Elson Mudge Steele Greensmith (1590 - 1662)
Mary Alexander Mudge (1648 - 1728)
Ebenezer Mudge (1683 - 1758)*
Created by: Harry Morris
Record added: Jul 19, 2011
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