Judd, Willard

Judd, Willard, a Baptist minister, was born in Southington, Conn., Feb. 23, 1804. After teaching for a short time, he settled in Canaan, N.Y., and was licensed to preach in 1826. He then removed to Herkimer Co., and preached alternately in Salisbury and Oppenheim until Aug. 23, 1828, when he united with the Church in Salisbury. He continued his labors here with great success until 1835, when his health compelled him to abandon the ministry. In 1839 he accepted an appointment as classical teacher in Middlebury Academy, at Wyoming, which situation he held until his death in Feb. 1840. Mr. Judd published A Review of Professor Stuart's Work on Baptism (1836, and later revised and enlarged). A collection of several of his miscellaneous papers, with a brief Memoir of his life, was published after his death. — Sprague, Annals, 6, 750.

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