Hattie Judd dead

Miss Hattie Judd, 56, died Sunday morning, Dec. 5, 1909 of acute glomerulonephritis (nephritis or inflammation of the kidneys) after an illness of several weeks. She is survived by her brother, James Judd and the two have always lived at the old homestead in Warrensburgh and their life together is said to have been very happy. Hattie Judd was buried in the Warrensburgh Cemetery.

(Note...the old Judd farmhouse on the mountain overlooking the Judd Bridge is today owned by the family of the late Warrensburg Councilman Austin Perry who ran a horse farm there. At one time it was owned by Howard Hull, the town's milk dealer. A portion of the house, first mentioned in local history in 1789, is one of the oldest structures in Warrensburg. It was once the home of the town's first supervisor, James L. Thurman.)

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