Source Information

  • Author Peter Ross 
    Publisher Jazzybee Verlag (21 September, 2017) 
    Editor Juergen Beck 
    Page 24 
    Periodical A History of Long Island, Volume 3 
    Source Type Book 
    Source ID S665 
    Text The Scudder family, although not among the original settlers of Suffolk county, might almost claim directly, can, in some of its branches at leasat, claim descent by intermarriage with every one of its historic families of which Suffolk is so justly proud. Then, too, their own American pedigree commences at a date almost ranking with the first. The American Pioneer, Thomas Scudder, left Grafton, England in 1636, and settled at Salem, Massachusetts. He left three sons, Thomas, John and Henry, all of whom in 1652 crossed over to Long Island to become residents of Southold. After a while, they all moved to Huntington township and acquired land there. 
    Linked to (4) SCUDDER, Henry
    SCUDDER, John
    SCUDDER, Thomas
    SCUDDER, Thomas 

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