Adoniram Judson had three remarkable wives all of whom dedicated their lives to mission work in Bruma. Lives of the Three Mrs. Judsons is the story of three missionary women who spent time in Burma. The women were Ann Judson, Sarah Judson, and Emily Judson. Shortly after marrying, Ann and her husband moved to Burma. When her husband was imprisoned Ann lived for 17 months in a shack near the prison. Sarah also dedicated her life to mission work in Bruma. She established schools and translated Pilgrim¿s Progress and the New Testament into Peguan. Emily was a teacher and writer who married later in life and went to Burma with her husband. All three of these remarkable women were married to Adoniram Judson. Judson College in Marion, Alabama was named for Ann Judson. The school is one of the few remaining women¿s colleges in the United States. .