Born: 30 May 1844 in Jackson County, TN
Died: 2 February 1925in Putnam County, TN
Buried: Judd Cemetery, Putnam County, TN
Parents: Nathaniel Jackson and Rebecca (Grimes) Judd

1st Married: Mary Bullington on 14 January 1864 in Putnam County, TN
Born: 7 April 1847 in Jackson County, TN
Died: 26 March 1902 in Putnam County, TN
Buried: Judd Cemetery, Putnam County, TN
Parents: George Washington and Malinda (Grider) Bullington


  1. Nathan Alpheus Judd
  2. Sarah Malinda Judd
  3. John Mansfield Judd
  4. Rebecca Lee Judd
  5. Mollie L. Judd
  6. Lucy A. Judd
  7. Josiah L. Judd
  8. Liddie B. Judd
  9. Emery Washington Judd
  10. Martha Susannah Judd
  11. Lena Elizabeth Judd
  12. Alvira E. "Mirey" Judd
  13. Orry M. Judd
  14. Amanda Gertrude Judd

2nd Married: Mary Ellen Smith on 12 April 1903 in Putnam County, TN
Born: 27 November 1870 in Putnam County, TN
Died: 6 April 1937 in Putnam County, TN
Buried: Judd Cemetery, Putnam County, TN
Parents: William and Mary (Bowen) Smith


  1. Roxy E. V. Judd
  2. Clarence S. Judd


  • Brother-in-Law: John Alexander Phrasier - 25th Tennessee Infantry - CSA
  • Brother-in-Law: Thomas Nelson Scarlett - 28th Tennessee Infantry - CSA


1 stTennessee Mounted Infantry
Company I


  • Entered the service as a Private and left the service as a Private
  • Born in Jackson County, TN
  • Age: 21
  • Enlisted: 8/20/1864 at Livingston, TN
  • Eyes: Blue
  • Hair: Light
  • Complexion: Fair
  • Height: 5' 4"
  • Mar & Apr 1865: Present
  • Jan 7, 1865: Promoted to Corporal
  • Mustered Out: &/22/1865
  • Enlistment Papers Included



  • 1850 Census: Jackson County, TN, Page 262
  • 1860 Census: Putnam County, TN, Page 11
  • 1870 Census: Putnam County, TN, Page 112
  • 1880 Census: Putnam County, TN, Page 101C
  • 1900 Census: Putnam County, TN, Page 3A
  • 1910 Census: Putnam County, TN, Page 3A
  • 1920 Census: Putnam County, TN, Page 20B


Putnam County Herald,8 April 1937, Vol. XXXV, No. 14, Page 1
Funeral Services Held for Mrs. Mary Ellen Judd, 66 -- Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Ellen Judd, 66, who died Tuesday, were held at the Judd cemetery Wednesday morning, conducted the Rev. Wiley Gentry, and the Rev. J. P. Bilyeu ?????. Surviving are two children, Mrs. Roxie Mabe, of Sparta, and Clarence S. Judd, of Cookeville.


  • Death Certificate: Putnam County, TN (1925) - #257 - Matthias Judd
  • Putnam County Herald
    27 October 1910
    Vol. VIII, No. 43, Page 2
    The writer had a little family gathering or reunion last Sunday, complimentary to our father, Matthias Judd. The following person were present: Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Nash and five children, Mr. and Mrs. Albert King and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Henderson Tudor and two children, myself and husband and father numbered 19. We all had a good time and very much enjoyed our dear father's company. It seemed good to hear his voice in prayer, it brought to our mind the happy days of girlhood when we used to work with him in good, old time big meeting. May God still use him in the salvation of lost souls is is my sincere desire. -- Mollie Dahuff
  • Putnam County Herald
    1 May 1918, Page 2
    LONE OAK - I have been in very feeble health for six months, and am not very stout yet. I am just entering my birth month, the swee month of May. The 30th is my birthday. I wonder how many presents I will get; none, I reckon. My every day had is full of holes. May 30 is decoraton day all over the United States. I think the people ought to sanctify that day and decorate the graves of both Gray and Blue, and make special prayer for the soldier boys who have gone to battle with the foe. I hope that White county will have a decoration at the grave of Robert Cooke, a Revolutionary soldier and the first charman of the White county court. He is said to be buried at Umble graveyard in Spring Bottom. Will some one tell me through the Herald just where this place is. I will say to the soldier boys my sympathy is great for them. I hope they will trust in the Lord and that He may bless you all. Will say to my many friends and loved ones, may God bless you. My dear children who are in different pars of the nation. I hope to hear from you one and all. May the Lord bless the kind editor, who loves to accommodate his friends who write to the Herald. - Rev. M. Judd