Greetings from Bermuda.
I just happened upon your request. At first glance, the only info I see is as follows:
Taken from the Bermuda Index A/K compiled by Hallett from old newspapers.
Page 736: JUDGE
1821, Feb. 10: J. r. JUDGE married Miss Almira JONES on Feb. 3 at Paget Island, St. George's, Bermuda by the Rev. Mr. LOUGH.
1821, Nov. 17: J. R. JUDGE, birth of a daughter in St. George's, Bermuda on Nov. 11.
Other books checked:
19th Century Wills of Bermuda - nothing.
Forty Years of Convict Labour in Bermuda - nothing.
Bermuda Settlers - nothing.
Chronicles of a Colonial Church - nothing.
Early Colonists of the Bahamas - nothing.
Because you know that your relative was born, married and died elsewhere, there is no need to look for additonal information in the Bermuda Church Registers for him. These books only cover the 19th Century anyway.
I would suggest that you contact the local paper and write a request for information in the letters to the editor section of the daily paper.
There address is: http//www.accessbda.bm to view the paper or send a request to a reported I know who is very interested in genealogy stories. (email@example.com) her name is Jessie Moniz.
Good luck. Judy at Serendipity in Bermuda.
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