She married William Francis Judson Sr. on 10th or 26th of October 1865. She was the author of the book about her famous father entitled, "Cyrus W. Field-His Life & Work."
Mrs. Isabell F. Judson Dies Thursday Evening
Life-Long Resident of this community-End comees at her Ardsley home-Ill for six weeks with pneumonia-Funeral service Sunday at 2:30 at Saint Barnabas Church
Death claimed yesterday one of our oldest residents in the personage of Mrs. Isabel F. Judson, widow of the late William F. Judson of Philadelphia. The end came after serious illness of six weeks from pneumonia at her home here in Ardsley Cottage, Ardsley Park. Mrs. Judson was well known here, where she has made her home for over 60 years. She was the last surviving child of Cyrus W. Field, who laid the first Atlantic cable. Mrs. Judson was 84 years and was born in New York City on January 27th, 1846, a daughter of the late Cyrus W. and Mary Stone Field. Her marriage occured in 1865 to Mr. Judson, a prominent lawyer of Philadelphia. There survives two sons, Cyrus Field Judson of this village and William F. Judson of Philadelphia. The funeral services will be held Sunday at 2:30 at St. Barnabas Church. The Rev. William N. Colton is to officiate. The interment will be made in the family plot at Stockbridge, Mass.
On cross base:
Isabella Field Judson
January 27, 1846 - March 20, 1930
What doth the Lord require of thee.
but to do justly & to love mercy
& to walk humbly with thy God.
so she did.
William Francis Judson
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