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JUDD, Willard, clergyman, born in Southington, Connecticut, 23 February, 1804; died in Wyoming, New York, in February, 1840. He was educated in Southington academy, and after teaching for some time settled in Canaan, New York, and was licensed as a Baptist minister in 1826. He then removed to Herkimer county and preached alternately in Salisbury and Oppenheim till August, 1828, after which, till 1835, his labors were limited to the church in Salisbury. In 1839 he was appointed classical teacher in Middlebury academy, Wyoming, New York, which place he held till his death. He published "Review of Professor Stuart's Work on Baptism" (New York, 1836), and a collection of some of his miscellaneous papers, with a memoir, was published after his death (New York).
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