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Ludington-Saltus Records Pawling, Dutchess Co NY
Posted by: jc (ID *****5058) Date: June 11, 2008 at 16:35:21
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I hope this is helpful information.

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=linda50&id=I14134

ID: I14134
Name: Daniel LUDDINGTON
Given Name: Daniel
Surname: Luddington
Sex: M
Birth: 28 AUG 1828 1
Change Date: 12 OCT 2006 at 18:19:39

Father: Joseph LUDDINGTON b: 1 MAR 1776
Mother: Susan FERRIS b: 25 MAR 1791

Sources:
Title: Information from Mary Inoue
Abbrev: Information from Mary Inoue
Note:
Information on the families of Joseph Ludington and Susan Ferris, as well as the family of Zebulon Washburn and Syrena Washburn taken from the family Bible
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http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=AHN&db=linda50&id=I14134
Ahnentafel, Generation No. 1

1. Daniel LUDDINGTON was born 28 AUG 1828. He was the son of 2. Joseph LUDDINGTON and 3. Susan FERRIS.

Ahnentafel, Generation No. 2

2. Joseph LUDDINGTON was born 1 MAR 1776.

3. Susan FERRIS was born 25 MAR 1791.

Children of Susan FERRIS and Joseph LUDDINGTON are:
i. Egbert LUDDINGTON was born 28 DEC 1810.
ii. Sally Ann LUDDINGTON was born 11 SEP 1812, and died 16 AUG 1813.
iii. Syrena LUDDINGTON was born 14 JUL 1814, and died 5 MAR 1896. She married Zebulon WASHBURN ABT 1835/1836, son of Samuel WASHBURN and Phebe BAKER. He was born 12 MAY 1805, and died 13 JUN 1863.
iv. William LUDDINGTON was born 4 OCT 1816.
v. Jane LUDDINGTON was born 3 APR 1819.
vi. Howard LUDDINGTON.
vii. Hannah LUDDINGTON was born 22 FEB 1825.
1. viii. Daniel LUDDINGTON was born 28 AUG 1828.
ix. Martha Ann LUDDINGTON was born 30 JAN 1831.
x. Mary LUDDINGTON was born 16 APR 1833.
xi. George LUDDINGTON was born 12 OCT 1839.
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http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3269383&id=I640669540
ID: I640669540
Name: Susan FERRIS
Given Name: Susan
Surname: Ferris
Sex: F
Change Date: 28 Jun 2005

Marriage 1 Joseph LUDDINGTON b: in Pawling, Dutchess, New York
Children
Serena LUDDINGTON b: 1811

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3269383&id=I640669542
ID: I640669542
Name: Serena LUDDINGTON
Given Name: Serena
Surname: Luddington
Sex: F
Birth: 1811
Change Date: 28 Jun 2005
Burial: Pawling Cemetery, Pawling, Dutchess, New York
Census: 22 Jul 1850 Beekman, Dutchess, New York, age 35
Census: 26 Jun 1860 Beekman, Dutchess, New York, age 45

Father: Joseph LUDDINGTON b: in Pawling, Dutchess, New York
Mother: Susan FERRIS

Marriage 1 Zebulon WASHBURN b: 1804
Children
Susan WASHBURN b: 1837
George H WASHBURN b: 1840 in Beekman, Dutchess, New York
Jane Eliza WASHBURN b: 1846
Samuel WASHBURN b: 1849 in Beekman, Dutchess, New York
Daniel WASHBURN b: 29 Nov 1850 in Beekman, Dutchess, New York
William S WASHBURN b: 1853 in Beekman, Dutchess, New York
Anna A WASHBURN b: 1856
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Ahnentafel, Generation No. 1

1. Serena LUDDINGTON was born 1811. She was buried in Pawling Cemetery, Pawling, Dutchess, New York. She was the daughter of 2. Joseph LUDDINGTON and 3. Susan FERRIS. She married Zebulon WASHBURN, son of Samuel WASHBURN and Phebe BAKER?. He was born 1804, and died 1863. He was buried in Pawling Cemetery, Pawling, Dutchess, New York.

Ahnentafel, Generation No. 2

2. Joseph LUDDINGTON was born in Pawling, Dutchess, New York.

3. Susan FERRIS.

Child of Susan FERRIS and Joseph LUDDINGTON is:
1. i. Serena LUDDINGTON was born 1811. She married Zebulon WASHBURN, son of Samuel WASHBURN and Phebe BAKER?. He was born 1804, and died 1863.

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Ahnentafel, Generation No. 1

1. Serena Luddington. She was the daughter of 2. Joseph Luddington and 3. Susan Ferris. She married Zebulon Washburn, son of Samuel Washburn and Phebe (Probably) Baker. He was born 1804, and died 1862.

Ahnentafel, Generation No. 2

2. Joseph Luddington was born in Pawling, NY.

3. Susan Ferris.

Child of Susan Ferris and Joseph Luddington is:
1. i. Serena Luddington. She married Zebulon Washburn, son of Samuel Washburn and Phebe (Probably) Baker. He was born 1804, and died 1862.


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http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3269383&id=I640635858
ID: I640635858
Name: Henry LUDINGTON
Given Name: Henry
Surname: Ludington
Sex: M
Birth: 25 May 1739 in Brantford, New Haven, Connecticut 1 2
Death: 24 Jan 1817 in Putnam County, New York 2
Change Date: 20 Jan 2006
Burial: Maple Avenue Cemetery, Patterson, Putnam, New York
Census: 1790 Frederickstown, Dutchess, New York 2
Occupation: 1763 Dutchess County, New York; Occupation: Sub-Sheriff 3 2
Occupation: Bet 1777 and 1781 Dutchess County, New York; Occupation: Member Of Legislature 4 2
Occupation: 1786 Dutchess County, New York; Occupation: Member Of Legislature 2
Event: Property 1763 Frederickstown, Dutchess, New York; Property: Acreage 2
Residence: 1760 Frederickstown, Dutchess, New York; Residence: Fredericksburg Precinct 2
Event: Military Unknown 1776 New York 2
Event: Military Unknown 1757 Albany, Albany, New York 2
Event: taxable Unknown Bet 1767 and 1771 Southern Precinct 2
Event: taxable Unknown Bet 1772 and 1779 Frederickstown, Dutchess, New York 2 5 2
Note:
[AWT-Descendants of William Luddington (Frederick Jones submitter).ged ]

This is Colonel Henry Luddington, 7th New York Militia. He was so wanted by the British that they placed a bounty on his head, dead or alive. He beat back the British attack at Danbury, Connecticut. His daughter, Sybil, made the ride alerting the militia of the British attack prior to
Paul Revere at Lexington.
Henry servied in the French and Indian War in the 2nd Regiment of Connecticut troops commanded first by Colonel Elizur Goodrich and then by Colonel Nathan Whiting and was a member of Captain Foote's company. At the battle of Fort George, Henry witnessed his Uncle Asa's death and also that of his cousin Ezra. Henry, later in that campaign, was sent to escort some wounded soldiers back thru the woods of no-man's land all the way from just outside Quebec, to New England. he was given an award for his service to the wounded and was later given a commission in the militia.

Source: Ron Luddington, Canada.
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Source: Connecticut soldiers in the French-indian War 1755-1757

Ludington, Henry Deserter 2nd Connecticut Regiment Commanded by Col. Newton, Captain Daniel Maltbie's Company. Company at service during time of alarm for relief of Ft. William Henry and parts adjacent. August 1757
(There is substance to the Deserter theory. Henry got separated from his unit but later was found not be a deserter as no entry is made in his service record. In fact he was praised for his actions and assigned higher responsibilities and was quickly promoted through the ranks to full Colonel.)
Acccording to "Colonel Henry Ludington, A Memoir", he probably enlisted around 1755 since he is mentioned as being in his mid-teens.

Other Ludingtons serving in this war are: James, Ezra, Timothy, Samuel, Jude, David and Amos. Also serving in the Dutchess County Militia, Captain Richard Rea's regiment were two young farmers, Comfort Ludington and Asa Ludington - repectively 19 and 17 years of age. The former with brown eyes and dark complexion, the latter with brown eyes and fresh complexion.
Henry also held local offices such as Justice of the Peace, supervisor, overseerof the poor, and assessor. he was a trustee of the Presbyterian Church
Henry leasd a tract of 229 acres until he was able to persuade the owners to sell it to him on July 15, 1812. On this property he built the first grist and saw-mills in that region. This site eventually became Ludingtonville. Henry's son, Lewis, founded Columbus, Columbia County,
Wisconsin and his grandson James founded Ludington, Michigan. There is also a village of Luddington in Eau Claire, Wisconsin
Ludenton, Henry.......................3-2-4-0-1

Father: William LUDDINGTON b: 6 Sep 1702 in Brantford, New Haven, Connecticut
Mother: Mary KNOWLES b: Sep 1713 in Windham, Windham, Connecticut

Marriage 1 Abigail LUDINGTON b: 6 May 1745 in Fishkill, Dutchess, New York
Married: 12 May 1760 in Kent, Putnam, New York 2
Note:
[AWT-Descendants of William Luddington (Frederick Jones submitter).ged ]

Henry met his cousin Abigail when he stopped at his Uncle Elisha Ludington's farm in lower New York on his way to upstate New York to fight in the French and Indian War. He was smitten by Abigail and returned to marry her. He settled just a few miles from the Elisha farm near the
present day Kent. It was from this area that he and his 16 year old daughter Sybil Ludington achieved their fame during the American Revolution.
Children
Sybil LUDINGTON b: 5 Apr 1761 in Frederickstown, Dutchess, New York
Rebecca LUDINGTON b: 24 Jan 1763 in Frederickstown, Dutchess, New York
Mary LUDINGTON b: 27 May 1765 in Frederickstown, Dutchess, New York
Archibald Jeremy LUDINGTON b: 5 Jul 1767 in Frederickstown, Dutchess, New York
Henry LUDINGTON b: 28 Mar 1769 in Luddingtonville, Putnam, New York
Derick LUDINGTON b: 17 Feb 1771 in Putnam County, New York
Tertullus LUDINGTON b: 19 Apr 1773 in Frederickstown, Dutchess, New York
Abigail LUDDINGTON b: 26 Feb 1776 in Putnam County, New York
Anna LUDINGTON b: 14 Mar 1778 in , Dutchess, New York
Frederick LUDINGTON b: 10 Jun 1782 in Frederickstown, Dutchess, New York
Sophia LUDINGTON b: 16 May 1784 in Patterson, Putnam, New York c: in Per Ken Hasbrouck's Research.
Lewis LUDINGTON b: 25 Jun 1786 in Frederickstown, Dutchess, New York

Sources:
Title: William Smith Pelletreau, Initial settlement of the Putnam County, New York area and the growthof each township. (Reprint of 1886 edition published by
Note:
ABBR Initial settlement of the Putnam County, New York TITL William Smith Pelletreau, Initial settlement of the Putnam County, New York area and the growth of each township. (Reprint of 1886 edition published by W. W. Preston, Philidelphia.Published by Pub
Title: AWT-Descendants of William Luddington (Frederick Jones submitter).ged
Note:
ABBR AWT-Descendants of William Luddington (Frederick J

Call number:
Title: Ethel Saltus Ludington, Ludington-Saltus records originally collected by Ethel Saltus Ludington (New England Historical Society)
Note:
ABBR Ludington-Saltus records originally collected by E

ABBR Ludington-Saltus Records TEXT The estate of William Luddington was probated on October 1, 1661 in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, and an inventory filed there on Apri1, 1662. Page 151
Page: page 153
Title: Ethel Saltus Ludington, Ludington-Saltus records originally collected by Ethel SaltusLudington (New England Historical Society)
Note:
ABBR Ludington-Saltus records originally collected by E

ABBR Ludington-Saltus Records TEXT The estate of William Luddington was probated on October 1, 1661 in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, and an inventory filed there on Apri1, 1662. Page 151
Title: GEDCOM file imported on 15 Aug 2000.
Note:
Call number:

ABBR GEDCOM file imported on 15 Aug 2000.

ABBR Imported GEDCOM file fr John A


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