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Jesse Mudgett  (1812-1902)

Jesse Mudgett was b. 22 Feb 1812 and d. 14 Jul 1902 at Sandwich,NH (NHVR) His parents were Elisha Mudget and Sarah Webster. On 4 Dec 1836 Jesse married Jane Burnham (1816-1885) of Sandwich, NH also. Jane's parent's were Aaron Burnham and Sarah Emery (NHVR)

Three children were born to Jesse and Sarah and they were:
Lucinda B. (17 Jun 1838- 9 Aug 1916)
Elisha W. (17 Jun 1841- 16 Sep 1911)
Emily J. (24 Nov 1843- 19 Jan 1912)

Jesse and his brother Moses (1808-1842) were deeded their fathers land in 1836 (received 1839). Jesse' grandsons, Jesse and Frank, kept the farm for a while. Jesse deeding it to Harry Blanchard in 1934. The farm burned to the ground in 1939.

One of the prosperous farmers of Sandwich, with outlying pastures for his cattle and well tilled fields at home. His cattle were generally of such good quality that buyers usually headed his way. The crops of potatoes, corn and other grains were more than ample for the needs of the family and surplus was traded at the local stores (Sandwich Excursion Books). His farm was on Upper Rd., Sandwich.

Sandwich Reporter; Sept. 1, 1892 - Jesse Mudgett of this town; a man 80 years old, made his 1st trip on the cars from West Ossipee to North Conway last Tues. to attend the coaching parade.

 

Donated by   Mike Mudgett   

 

 

             

 

                                                                                                                  

       

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