The lives of Mrs. Ann H. Judson, Mrs. Sarah B. Judson, and Mrs. Emily C. Judson

missionaries to Burmah. by Arabella M. Stuart Willson

Publisher: Miller, Orton in New York

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JUDSON, Emily Chubbuck. Born 22 August , Eaton, New York; died 1 June , Hamilton, New York. Wrote under: Emily Chubbuck, Fanny Forester, Mrs. Emily Judson Daughter of Charles and Lavinia Richards Chubbuck; married Adoniram Judson, ; children: three. Emily Chubbuck Judson's self-taught skills enabled her to teach in local schools from to Ann H. Judson was born at Bradford, [Massachusetts, United States], Decem She was the daughter of John and Rebecca Hasseltine, worthy inhabitants of that pleasant village. Her childhood was passed within sight of the home which contained the friends, and around which clustered the employments and pursuits, of Harriet Newell. Mrs. Ann Hasseltine Judson, the first wife of Dr. Judson, was born in Bradford, Mass., [United States], Dec. 22, She received her early education at the academy in her native place. Her conversion took place when she was not far from seventeen years of age. LIVES Of Mrs. ANN , , ,,Williamson. $ + $ shipping. Map of Burma Myanmar Memoir Ann Judson Christian Missionary leather book. $ $ + $ shipping. Profiles of Christian women like Burma missionary Ann B. Judson, Sarah B. Judson, and others. Seller assumes all Seller Rating: % positive.

Search result for Arabella M Willson: The Lives of Mrs. Ann H. Judson and Mrs. Sarah B. Judson, With A Biographical Sketch of Mrs. Emily C. Judson, Missionaries to. Adoniram Judson, Jr. (August 9, – Ap ) was an American Congregationalist and later Particular Baptist missionary, who served in Burma for almost forty years. At the age of 25, Adoniram Judson was sent from North America to preach in Burma. His mission and work with Luther Rice led to the formation of the first Baptist association in America to support missionaries. On one visit of Judson to Tavoy, he proposed to Sarah, and they were married. "On the 10th of April, , Mrs. Boardman was married to Adoniram Judson." Sarah herself became quite ill and was moved by Adoniram Judson to a new house in the town of Maulmain, where . Details about Memoir Mrs. Ann H. Judson American Baptist Mission Burma map vintage book See original listingEnd date:

When her little Emily Frances came, the poet mother wrote the sweet verses so many have read, called "My Bird." After Dr. Judson's death and burial at sea, on his way home to regain his health, Mrs. Judson came home, much broken herself, to care for her parents and her . The Lives of Mrs. Ann H. Judson and Mrs. Sarah B. Judson, With a Biographical Sketch of Mrs. Emily C. Judson: Missionaries to Burmah (Auburn, NY: Derby and Miller, ), by Arabella M. Willson, contrib. by Emily C. Judson (page images and uncorrected OCR text at MOA) Filed under: Women missionaries -- Burma. ANN HASSELTINE JUDSON ( - ) Ann Hasseltine Judson, was one of the first American missionaries. In February , she married the Rev. Adoniram Judson, one of the first members of the newly established American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions; later that month, they embarked for India with the Rev. Samuel and Mrs. Harriet Newell. Mrs. Judson's destitute and forsaken plight, as her husband found her at Ava, on his return to his home from Maloun, at the close of the negotiations for peace, was afterwards graphically described by Mr. Judson to his wife Emily. Some vague intimation had created the fear that she was dead.

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Judsons. By Arabella Stuart. Ann Hasseltine, Sarah Boardman and Emily Chubbuck, each successively the wife of Adoniram Judson, the first American Baptist missionary to a distant foreign field, demonstrated in their lives the noblest of Christian virtue, and supreme dedication to the cause of Jesus Christ in spreading the gospel to what was then known as the Burman empire.

At the beginning of the fourth year of her widowhood, in April,she was married to Dr. Judson. At Maulmain she, like the first Mrs. Judson, considered it her duty to engage in work collateral to the Burmese mission.

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20 (July, ), p. The American Phrenological Journal, vol. 24 (July, ), p. During the week Mrs. Judson occupied the middle room, giving instruction in reading, &c., to a class of males and females; and also in conversing with female inquirers.

Here she also studied the Siamese language, much spoken in Rangoon, and translated into that language a catechism, and the Gospel of Matthew.

During the week Mrs. Judson occupied the middle room, giving instruction in reading, &c., to a class of males and females; and also in conversing with female inquirers.

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Judson, and Mrs. Emily C. Judson. Memoir of Mrs. Ann H. Judson: wife of the Rev. Adoniram Judson, missionary to Burmah, including a history of the American Baptist mission in the Burman empire by Judson, Ann Hasseltine, ; Knowles, James D.

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The American Phrenological Journal, vol. 24 (July, ), p. 1. Abner D. Jones.Judson, Emily [Chubbock] () Third wife of Adoniram Judson. Emily Chubbock grew up amid poverty in central New York.

With courage she acquired an education and became a teacher in the Utica Female Seminary and eventually a well-known literary figure, writing novels and magazine feature articles under the pen name “Fanny Forester.”.The Lives of Mrs.

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