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THE WESTERN STAR, 9 March 1895
Obituary of J. H. JUDSON
J. H. Judson sleeps quietly today. He passed away Thursday night, February 28th, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Jacob Wuchter, at Protection. He has been ailing some time, and the immediate cause of his
death was paralysis, he having received a stroke a few days before his death.

If he had lived till the 9th of this month, he would have been 71 years of age. Mr. Judson was an early settler of this county, and has always lived in the vicinity of Protection, where his wife died a few years ago. He leaves three children to mourn his demise, two sons, one in Cleveland, Ohio and one at Chicago and a daughter, Mrs. Jacob Wuchter, at Protection. The deceased passed his early life as a sailor in Lake Erie, but we are not informed as to what rank he attained as a seaman.
He has a brother who is now captain of a vessel on the lakes.

The remains were buried in the cemetery at Protection last Saturday.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier

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