John Budd, b. in England, came from London about 1632, and was one of the planters of New Haven Colony, in 1639. He was appointed a deputy from Southold, L. I., in 1653 to the General Court, but had gone to England in the meantime. His appointment from Southold indicates that he was already settled there. He was lieutenant at Southold until 1660, when he resigned, he having removed or being about to remove to Rye, Westchester county, N. Y., where he was settled in 1661. Bought in 1661, Nov. 8, Apawquamus, or Budd's Neck, of an Indian named Shamarocke. In 1668 was deputy from Rye to General Court of Conn.;
He m. Katherine or Kathleen (Brown);
His will, 1669, Oct. 18, mentions only John, Joseph and Judith Brown;
By a declaration, dated October 15, 1669, he gave to son John his part of the mill on Blind brooke, and all lands otherwise undisposed of, and personal property, in consideration whereof John was to pay his father or his mother "thirty pounds a year in good pay that is to say wheat Twenty pounds porck one Barrell pease the rest, that we may be freed from trouble." He died in 1670.
John md. Mary
Judith, m. 1st, John Ogden; 2d, Francis Brown.
Anne md. Benj. Horton
Jane md. Joseph Horton
Joseph. md. Sarah or Mary Horton
Early Germans Of New Jersey by Chambers, pgs 274 - 277.
Note - there was also a Thomas Budd listed.
New Jersey Biographical Sketches, 1665-1800
Persons with Ties to Suffolk County, Long Island, New York