119. Judith Ann4 Wallingford (Ebenezer3, Unconnected2 Families, Unconnected1 Wallingfords) was born in Malden, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 26 July 1831.(621) Her marriage record states that she was age 19, born in Malden to Ebenezer Wallingford
She married twice. She married first, George Atwood, 23 September 1850, in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.(622) They filed an intention of marriage in Malden, Mass. on the same day of their marriage, 23 Sep 1850, at which time they were both living in Chelsea.(623) According to the marriage record they were both living in North Chelsea, Mass. when they got married.
George was born 28 January 1828, in Chelsea, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.(624) His marriage record states that he was 22, born in Chelsea to Stephen Atwood. George was the son of Stephen Atwood and Sarah Holbrook.
George died of consumption, 14 October 1859, in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.(625) According to an undocumented RootsWeb "WorldConnect" gedcom submitted by firstname.lastname@example.org he was a farmer and oyster dealer. His death record says he was a farmer.
She married second, William W. Pierce, 29 November 1865, in Malden, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.(626)
She may have gone by her middle name of "Ann."
Judith Ann Wallingford and George Atwood had the following children:
231 i. George M.5 Atwood was born in North Chelsea, Suffolk County, Massachusetts 23 March 1852.(627) (The source says Revere, but Revere was established in 1846 and was called "North Chelsea" until 1871.) George died 28 December 1887, in Malden, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.(628) He married Etta F. Hayes, 24 December 1873, in Malden, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.(629) Etta was born about 1851, in Mechanic Falls, Androscoggin County, Maine.(630)
232 ii. Emma A. Atwood was born in Malden, Middlesex County, Massachusetts about 1854.(631) She married Charles C. White, 27 November 1872, in Malden, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.(632) Charles was born about 1850, in Poland, Androscoggin County, Maine.(633)