The Family of John Woodruff of Elizabethtown and Westfield, NJ

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  • ID: I139
  • Name: James BADGLEY
  • Sex: M
  • Note:
    *Source: Family Records or genealogies of the first settlers of
    Passaic Valley and Vicinity above Chatham, with their ancestors and
    descendants, as far as could be ascertained in 1851. By John Littell,
    1851.
    Badgley's
    JOHN, JAMES AND GEORGE BADGLEY.
    These three brothers, together with their three sisters, Phebe,
    Sarah, and Betsey, came over from Long Island, to Elizabethtown.
    George settled in Elizabethtown. He had a daughter, Nancy, who
    married John Brown, and removed to Stonyhill, [see Brown.] John and
    James, with their three sisters, came up and settled in the Valley
    between the 1st and 2nd Mountains, in the year 1736-7. When Joseph
    Morse, the Elizabethtown Surveyor, was surveying this region, he
    surveyed for John and James Badgley, a tract of 400 acres of land,
    between the mountains, lying along Blue Brook, and extending South to
    the top of the first mountain. John Badgley had one son, John
    Badgley, Junior, whose wife's name was Effa.
    JAMES BADGLEY had four children: (2d Generation.)
    1. James, Jun., whose wife's name was Sarah.
    2. Joseph, married Betsey Scudder, sister of Benjamin Scudder, below
    Springfield.
    3. Anthony married Anne Woodruff.
    4. Robert, married Rachel Vreland.




    Marriage 1 Spouse Unknown
      Children
      1. Has Children Anthony BADGLEY Sr. b: 1733 in New Providence, NJ
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