Judah Sears was born 29 October 1699 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, United States to Samuel Sears (1663-1741) and Mercy Mayo (1664-1749) and died September 1776 Rochester, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States of unspecified causes. He married Mary Paddock (1714-1773) November 1731 in Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, United States.

Biography

Judah, son of Captain Samuel Sears, was born October 29, 1699, died at Rochester, Massachusetts, about 1776. He lived in Harwich, now West Brewster, and his house was standing recently. He removed to Rochester and joined the church there in 1769, and was tythingman in 1764-67. His will was dated February 5, 1773, proved September 2, 1776, his son Judah being executor. He married, at Yarmouth, in November, 1731, Mary Paddock, born 1714, daughter of Judah and Alice (Alden) Paddock, granddaughter of David Alden and great-granddaughter of John and Priscilla (Mullens) Alden, who came on the "Mayflower." Children: Ann, born March 31, 1733; Judah, November 19, 1734; Mary, baptized November 7, 1736, died young; Alden, born February 24, 1738-39; Nathan, Jun 18, 1741; David, May 10, 1744; Richard, June 8, 1746; Mary, April 15, 1750, married, at Rochester, November 13, 1766, Jonathan Hatch, of Falmouth, his son, Alden Hatch, had a daughter, Mary Sears (Hatch) Johnston, whose daughter, Annie M. Johnston, married Aaron C. Goodman (see Goodman VI); Elizabeth, baptized July 8, 1752; Alice, married Charles Church; Sarah, baptized March 30, 1755.



Children



Offspring of Judah Sears and Mary Paddock (1714-1773)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Ann Sears (1733-1827)
Mary Sears (1734-1737)
Judah Sears (1734-1782)
Alden Sears (1738-1803)
Nathan Sears (1741-1808)
David Sears (1744-1762)
Richard Sears (1747-1788)
Mary Sears (1750-?)
Elizabeth Sears
Alice Sears
Sarah Sears (1755-1793)










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