'Genealogical and Family History of Northern New York' by 'Anonymous', pg. 25:'Surname Ellsworth derived from a small village near Cambridge ... several different spellings for the surname.John Ellsworth said to be a descendant of Sir John Ellsworth in the time of Edward III, residing in Cambridgeshire, England.The conjecture is derived from Mr. John, a respectable merchant of London, early 19th century.The latter said it was a tradition in his family, which had long resided in Yorkshire, that a member of it had formerly removed to foreign parts, that he was a young man when he left, and never returned.This young man is believed to be Josias, son of John mentioned above.'
'Proclamation Book at Amsterdam' D.T.B. 464, fol. 227: '1 June 1647(translated):"Theophilus Elsworth from Bristol (born there), mariner, 22 years old, (parents still living) living Smith Alley, and Annetje Jans from Amsterdam, 24 years old, living in Loomsloot.(In margin:banns have been published in the English church)"He emigrated from Netherlands between 1648 - 1652; probably about 1650, but no record has been found.'
'Notes on Ellsworth Early Ancestry' from John Phillips of Yorkshire, England to John Phillips (Yorkshire, UK):'MARRIAGE Compareenden als vooren: Theophilus Elswaert van Bristol varentgesel out 22 jaer, geen ouders hebben [de] won[nende] in Smisteechje, & Annetje Jans van A[msterdam] oud 24 jaer woon[ende] Op Boomsloot, (signed with marks) In Margin: De geboden sijn in de Engelse kerke gegaen. '1 June 1647 Appeared as before: Theophilus Elswaert from Bristol, Mariner, 22 years old, having no parents, [ie no parents living.] living in the Smitsteechje [Little Smiths Alley,] & Annetje Jans from Amsterdam, 23 years old, living on the Boomschloot'. In the margin: 'the Banns have been published in the English Church.' [Proclamation Book at Amsterdam, D.T.B. 464, folio 227.]' 'The names John and David Ellsworth (various spellings) have been run through the 8.5 million records at the Public Record Office in London, without achieving a single hit.'
That is all I have altho not all b/f 1652 d b/f 1748.I do have a Georg ELSWORTH b b/f 1701 so the Judith you mention may be his dau.I have no parentage for him but the first I find of him in NYC is 1701.