Biography of James Strong Judd
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JUDD, JAMES STRONG. - Born at Flushing, Queens county, N. Y., Dec. 25, 1863. Son of Orange and Harriet Stewart Judd; descendant of Thomas Judd, who came from England in 1633 or 1634 to Cambridge, Mass. His father, Orange Judd, during the greater part of his time, was one of the most prominent of American citizens, and attained celebrity as an agricultural writer and publisher and as. a philanthropist, being founder of the celebrated agricultural newspaper, The Orange Judd Farmer. James S. Judd was educated at the high school of Middletown, Conn., Centenary Collegiate Institute, Hackettstown, Conn., and Wesleyan University, Middletown, Conn.; came to Chicago in 1885, entering into agricultural journalism with his father the same year; was associated with his father in the publication of the Orange Judd Farmer, and is now the editor and general manager of that paper. In religion he is a Methodist, in politics a republican; married Harriet Estelle Butler, of Evanston, Oct. 27, 1890; is a resident of the suburb of Evanston.


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The Handbook of Chicago Biography
Edited by John J Flinn.
The Standard Guide Company
Chicago 1893

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