How do I let other Budd researchers know that Indid this reach some yearss ago?

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I wanted to share this family photo of Joseph Budd with the community. Location: unknown. Date: unknown.
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I have added sources.

The The Rosetta Stone for separating the first 4 men named John Budd can be found in Southold Town Records by Anne Winters, 1999

John Budd on:1685/6 : Feb. 13 Southold (This was JB 3 as is seen...)

"Also I doe more perticularly acknowledge to have received from the executors aforesaid full satisfaction for a tract of land left unto my father an in reversion unto me by my Grandfather Mr. John Budd of the Township of Rye, in the County of Fairfield Connecticute of all which legacys and bequests, and of which said sum and sums of money, and more particularly of said aforementioned tract of Lands,.." from Southold Town Records, Vol. 2, p. 255

The second John Budd had died in 1684 and his will names the executors as Isaac Arnold and John Tuttle Sr. These executors had inventories done in both Southold and Rye where John Budd 2nd had homes and land. When John Budd 2 wrote his will he was living in Southold, and owned his father's home and lands in Rye. This second John Budd is mentioned with his father on Januarie 17th, 1658 in The testimony of Richard Case: “John Budd was sayinge hee had beene at the Oyster Pounds:- Thomas Osman asked John Budd if hee saw many hoggs there, or whether hee saw that boore wch you guilt of myne:- that boore saith hee wch I guilt of yors, why is it yors saith hee:- Yes, saith Thomas Osman I mce accompt soe:-I doubt saith Thomas the boore is dead:-No, saith John Budd, I hope hee is good porke:-too:-then Lieutenant Budd answered and said , if it cost me twenty pounds I will have it to New Haven:- you have thus spoken twenty tymes:- I will not have MY SONN thus abused soe whatsoever it cost me:-Januarie 17th, 1658 deposed before me, Barnabas Horton.” Southold Town Records, Vol. 1, p. 468,469

When this deposition was taken, the 3rd John Budd was just 3 days old.

John Budd 3 was born according to Southold Town Records, Vol. 1, p. 463 on Jan 14th 1658. He was 26 years old when his father died and he helped in settling his father's estate. (His sister Ann was born" 1666 Ann Budd borne January the 5th" - Southold Town Records,Vol. 1, p. 465)

This John Budd 3 was known as John Budd, Jr. when on April 28, 1679 (he was 21 years old) Jermiah Vaile, Jr. of Southold, blacksmith, purchased of John Budd, Jr., one-half of Budd's home lot, which Budd states 'was sometime in the possession of my father," consisting of eight acres."

And this John Budd 3 was married by Jan. 13, 1687/8: Deed by John Budd and "Ester Budd, my wife" , to Jona. Horton Wit: David Gardiner, John Pain. Southold Town Records, Vol. 2, p.34

His son, John Budd the fourth was born in 1687 as evidenced by this entry in the Salmon Records:"Mr. John Budd aged 66 (died) Feb. 20, 1753." (1753-66= 1687) Long Island Source Records, Hoff, p.215

This entry was made between the time he wrote his will and the time it was proved.1753-66 = 1687. His will was written Feb 7, 1753 and proved on Jan. 12, 1754. Suffolk Co, New York Will Book Vol. 18, page 492

The first John Budd had died between 1669 and 1673.  

The second JB died 1684, 

the 3rd John Budd died bet. 1705 and 1727, and 

the 4th JB died 1753.


The John Budd who married Mary Prudence Strang was the son of Joseph Budd and Sarah Underhill who married in 1695.

Edited with sources February 8, 2021

3 Answers

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Add the information together with the sources that you used to compile it to their profiles.
by Lynda Crackett G2G6 Pilot (682k points)
selected by Jillaine Smith
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The best way to let others know that you have already done some of the needed research on a family name is to put the information on sites like this. That way, they will see it and know that it's already been taken care of. They will then be able to use your research as a jumping off point for theirs if they wish.
by Jourdi Cleghorn G2G6 Mach 3 (34.0k points)
Thank you!  I just added similar photo to Jos  Budd d 1722, the father of an illegitimate child who

May have many descendants .Anne Winters
+4 votes
Pick the most far back / earliest ancestor in the example and attach the photo in the photos section of that person's profile. Then, re-share it using one of the suggested ways of communicating with the community on the profile page. You could beef up the description with the publication date, as well as a full citation of the publication.
by Porter Fann G2G6 Pilot (101k points)

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