Type of entity
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Judd, Earl Thomas
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Dates of existence
March 6, 1898 - June 1, 1969
Earl Thomas was born to Henry and Barbara Anne (nee Edwards) Judd in Vancouver. When he was 6 weeks gold, he got bronchial pneumonia (April 1898). He was so ill that his parents brought him to Vancouver in a Dug-out canoe on a stormy night.
In 1913 he hauled a steam donkey on the Squamish River 2 miles above the Cheekye with Jimmy Neil.
He married Gweyneth Grey Griffith (born in Clysach, Wales on June 11, 1900 to John Phillip and Gertrude Maude Grey). They had two children: Gwenyth E. (Mrs Bruce Kingham) and Phillip H. (wife named Betty).
Earl Thomas cut wood for the steam donkey used by Stoltz Logging from 1937 to 1940.
His died in Squamish at age 61 on March 23, 1962. He died at age 71 on June 1, 1969.
Functions, occupations and activities
He served in the tank core in the war from 1914 to 1918.
Mandates/sources of authority
Squamish Public Library, Squamish Files: Prominent Names.