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Martin Von Tschudi Sr (abt. 1708 - abt. 1785)

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Martin Von Tschudi Sr aka Judy
Born about in Sissach, Canton Basel, Switzerlandmap
Ancestors ancestors
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of — married in Tenniden, Canton Basel, Switzerlandmap
Descendants descendants
Died about in North Mill Creek, Hampshire County, VA, (WV, USA)map
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Biography

Notes for Martin Von "Tschudi" Judy, Sr.: Following Information from Judy Book

Sissach, Switzerland was the Lace and Weaving Center). This is in Canton Basel. Martin mar. in 1730 in Switzerland to Rosina (known in W. Va. as Rosanna, which is German) Schaffner (Schafner) who is believed to be the older sister or closely related to the 2nd wife of Johannes Tschudi (son of another Martin Tschudi 1st. a cousin of the W. Va. Martin Tschudi-Judy), who was an emigrant in 1738 at the Port of Philadelphia, Pa. and probably came with his Cousin, Martin Tschudi, 1st., who mar. his first cousin, Elizabeth Tschudi (dau. of Weinbert v. Tschudi, the famous "Frenkendorf Schoolmaster"). Some in W. Va. think Martin and Rosina (Rosanna) may have come to America via New Bern, North Carolina, but this... (see page 96 in Judy Book for details)

Came to American on Ship Enterprise and arrived through Port of Philadelphia on Dec 6, 1738. (Judy book page 60)

On or before 1760 moved to Ft. Pitt (now Pittsburgh) to do some trading with the Indians. (Judy book page 96)

Martin first arrived in No. Mill Creek Valley between Pendleton and Grant Countys, Va (now W.Va) in 1761-1763. He bought 367 acres from Andrew Jackson. (Judy Book page 96)

Martin served in the American Revolution (was 68 years old at the time) by furnishing supplies to our troupes in both the French-Indian War as well as the War of 1776.


Notes for Henry Judy, Sr.: From The History and Genealogy of the Judy Family by Marion Carlock

page 497

Henry Judy Sr. was a son of Martin Judy Sr. and Rosina (Rosanna Schaffner) Judy, who bought land in 1763 on Mill Creek, a little below the Pendleton Co., line. Henry Judy Sr. bought 46 acres from Joseph Bennett in 1788 and in 1791 he bought 160 a. from Mary (Cunningham) Ward, wid. of Sylvester ward and paid $1667 for same.


page 527

Henry Judy Will, Pendleton Co., W. Va.

Dated 9-2-1822 and probated 6-8-1824. Ref. Will Book 3,page 213 or p. 278. Witnesses: Abraham Wise, Nicholas Lewis and Jacob Wise. Nicholas Lewis and Jacob Wise. Nicholas Lewis and Jacob Wise appeared and made proof. Sons: Geo. Judy, John Judy and son-in-law Peter Draise named Executors. Peter Draise qualified with Aaron Welton surety. Beneficiaries: wife, Magdalene Judy (wife at his death - 1st Barbara) to have one-third, of Movable estate: sons: Henry Judy Jr, Martin Judy II, George Judy, John Judy and Jacob Judy; Elizabeth (Judy) Draise, Barbara (1st wife) and her heirs and dau. Susanna (Judy) Goldizen. Provision for division among all children. (First wife) Barbara's oldest son Enoch Judy $20 when he arrived at age (21 yrs.)" Geo. Judy and John Judy and son-in-law Peter Draise qualified as Executors.

As I studied this I believe the statements the author made in parenthesis, "Barbara (1st wife) and (First wife) Barbara's oldest son Enoch" are in error. This Barbara was probably Henry Judy Sr's daughter. This would mean Henry left part of his estate to his daughter Barbara and her heirs (one of whom was her oldest son Enoch).


This biography is a rough draft. It was auto-generated by a GEDCOM import and needs to be edited.

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Place: CHART 49 # 2

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Biography

Following Information from Judy Book

Sissach, Switzerland was the Lace and Weaving Center). This is in Canton Basel. Martin mar. in 1730 in Switzerland to Rosina (known in W. Va. as Rosanna, which is German) Schaffner (Schafner) who is believed to be the older sister or closely related to the 2nd wife of Johannes Tschudi (son of another Martin Tschudi 1st. a cousin of the W. Va. Martin Tschudi-Judy), who was an emigrant in 1738 at the Port of Philadelphia, Pa. and probably came with his Cousin, Martin Tschudi, 1st., who mar. his first cousin, Elizabeth Tschudi (dau. of Weinbert v. Tschudi, the famous "Frenkendorf Schoolmaster"). Some in W. Va. think Martin and Rosina (Rosanna) may have come to America via New Bern, North Carolina, but this... (see page 96 in Judy Book for details)

Came to American on Ship Enterprise and arrived through Port of Philadelphia on Dec 6, 1738. (Judy book page 60)

On or before 1760 moved to Ft. Pitt (now Pittsburgh) to do some trading with the Indians. (Judy book page 96)

Martin first arrived in No. Mill Creek Valley between Pendleton and Grant Countys, Va (now W.Va) in 1761-1763. He bought 367 acres from Andrew Jackson. (Judy Book page 96)

Martin served in the American Revolution (was 68 years old at the time) by furnishing supplies to our troupes in both the French-Indian War as well as the War of 1776.

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