Robert Charles Anderson's recent "Great Migration" study for the New England Historical Genealogical Society also attributes the following individuals as children of Deacon Judd and his first wife (Eliz):
William Judd, b.1635; Ruth Judd (Steele) b.1646/7 at Hartford; Philip Judd, b. 1649 at Hartford; and, Samuel Judd, b.1651. (Member #47301395)
See all [6 pages] Thomas Judd The Great Migration Begins, 1620-1635.
Origin and birth date unknown - estimated to be about 1608 - but no proof for a date of 6 February Contributor: nontrad (48945402)
Dea. Thomas Judd Died Nov. 12 1688
aged about 80.
He was the ancestor of the New England Judds, and came from England in 1633 or 1634 and settled at Cambridge. He removed to Hartford in 1636, and to Farmington about 1644. He was a deacon of the church at Farmington and a representative to the General Court. After the death of his wife he came to Northampton in 1679 and married a second wife, and lived here until his death in 1688. He left nine children – William, Elizabeth, Thomas, John, Benjamin, Mary, Ruth, Philip and Samuel.
Sylvester Judd one of his descendants caused this stone to be erected in 1858.
Corbin Collection Vol 1 Records of Hampshire County Massachusetts NEHGS