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Emily Chubbuck Judson (Fanny Forrester) (1817–1854)

Chubbuck Judson, Emily [“Fanny Forrester”]. An American missionary and writer of prose and verse; born in Eaton, Madison County, NY, Aug. 22, 1817; died in Hamilton, NY, June 1, 1854. She wrote: ‘Charles Linn’ (1841); ‘The Great Secret’ (1842); ‘Allen Lucas’ (1843); ‘Alderbrook’ (2 vols., 1846); ‘The Kathayan Slave’ (1853). Her poems appeared as ‘An Olio of Domestic Verses’ (1852). Among her other works are: ‘Trippings in Author Land’ (1846); ‘My Two Sisters’ (1854); and a memoir of ‘Mrs. Sarah B. Judson’ (1850). She married Adoniram Judson, the missionary, in 1846.