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Mudge Family

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  Abel Mudge

  Albert Bertram Mudge
  (Bert Mudge)

  Albert William Mudge
  (Billy Mudge)

  Canning Cemetery

  Edith Irene Mudge
  (Edith Lamont)

  Edna Marcia Mudge
  (Edna Peer)

  Ethel May Mudge
  (Ethel Clark)

  Grace Margarette Mudge
  (Grace Halliburton)

  Helen Elveretta Mudge

  Minnie Ellen Crossley
  (Minnie Mudge)

  Richard Chapman Mudge

  Richard Reginald Mudge

  William Chapman Mudge

  William James Reginald Mudge
  (Reg Mudge)

  William Mudge
  (1873 - 1960)

    The Mudge Family pages were established as a common platform to share stories, photos and provide a method to find and connect with other folks interested in the Mudges.

The family name, spelled MUDGE, appears in some records as MUGGE and may occur with other variations of the spelling.

We have traced the family to England where in the mid 1600's a branch of the family immigrated to the USA. In the 1700's some of the family migrated to Canada.

Elijah Mudge settled in what became known as Mudge Hollow in Oxford County in Ontario (Upper Canada). The photo shows a plaque dedicated to the early founders of Canning.


On December 14, 2018 we commemorate the anniversary of the following events that occurred in the history of the Mudge Family and descendents:

1986 - Nina C Caywood passed away.
1958 - Gail Lesley Riley was born.
1939 - Leon Ray White was born.
1910 - Sara Sipes passed away.
1895 - Joseph Bates Haviland passed away.
1880 - Ardra Cobb passed away.
1873 - William M. Mudge was born.
1865 - William James Mudge was born.
1862 - Harmon Wesley Mudge passed away.
1857 - Anson Brewster passed away.
1853 - Flora E Graves was born.
1840 - Gideon Elliot passed away.
1830 - Ellen Fairman was born.
1826 - Edmund H. Mudge married Mary Ann Coffin
1735 - John Pierce was born.


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