Judd, Gaylord

Judd, Gaylord, a Methodist Episcopal minister, was born at Watertown, Conn., Oct. 7, 1784, and converted in 1805. He was licensed as a local preacher in 1809, and thus labored faithfully for twelve years; entered the Genesee Conference in 1821; was superannuated in 1841; and died at Candor, Tioga Co., N.Y., in 1859. He was a sound and evangelical preacher, and "had a good report of all men." Many souls were converted by his ministry, and his memory is precious in the Susquehanna Valley, the principal field of his labors. — Minutes of Conferences, 1859, 7, 162.

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