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[Rudd Genealogy] [Watkins Genealogy] [Wood & Hazen Genealogy] [Charles Hibbard & the American Civil War]
JONATHAN RUDD 1, came to New Haven, Connecticut, in 1640; took oath of fidelity, 1644; lived in Saybrook, Connecticut, 1646.
He was married in winter of 1647, by John Winthrop of New London who acted under commission of Massachusetts there and had no authority at Saybrook. Therefore, and because the snow was deep, the young couple met him half way on the banks of a stream.
George S. Porter of Norwich, in writing of Mary Rudd, says:
Miss Caulkins of New London, in 1848, tells the story with document in full, and has also commemorated it in verse.
Jonathan Rudd 1 probably died in 1668.
NATHANIEL 2 (s. Jonathan1) married (1) April 6, 1685, Mary Post; (2) ------.
Children of Nathaniel and Mary
Children of Nathaniel and -----
For connection with Hibbard Family see Wood Genealogy.