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Full text of "Bradbury memorial : records of some of the decendants of Thomas Bradbury of Agamenticus (York) in 1634 and of Salisbury, Mass., in 1638 .."

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BRADBURY MEMORIAL 



OF SOJli; OF TIIF DFSCEiilNTS OF TflOiS 



AGAMENTICUS (YORK) in 1634 



SALISBURY, MASS., in 1638 



A BRIEF SKETCH OF THE BRADBURYS OF ENGLAND 



COMPILED CHIEFLY FROM THE COLLECTIONS 
OF THE LATE 



John MerrillBradbury 



IPSWICH, MASS. 



BY WILLIAM BERRY LAPHAM 



PORTLAND 

BROWN THURSTON & COMPANY 

1890 



THE LIBRARY 

BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 
PROVO, ITTAH 



PREFACE. 

It was nearly forty years ago that the late Johx Merrill 
Bradbury, of Ipswich, Mass., began to collect materials for a 
Genealogy of the Bradbury Family. That his j^m-pose was to 
make it one of the most complete and exhaustive family histories 
ever published, is abundantly shown by his correspondence, and 
had he lived there is little doubt that his intentions would have 
been fully carried into effect. But his health failed and death 
supervened before his self-imposed task was half accomplished. 
He died nearly fifteen years ago, and since that time until quite 
recently, his collections have remained undisturbed in the hands 
of his executor. 

The venerable Hon. James \V. Bradbury, of Augusta, had 
been for sometime intending to have compiled a limited sketch of 
his family, embracing only his own line, but after more mature 
deliberation and a correspondence with the executor of the late 
John M. Bradbury's will, who cheerfully offered to place the 
collections of his brother at his disposal, Mr. Bradbury concluded 
to modify his first intention so far as to utilize all the material 
attainable, with certain limitations as to the time of publishing 
the work. The expense of compiling and making additions 
within reasonable limits, is borne entirely by Mr. Bradbury, while 
it is hoped that the sale of books will be sufficient to meet the 
cost of publication. 

The late Captain "William F. Goodwin, of the United States 
army, who was connected with the Bradbury family, on the 
maternal side, was also interested in the history of his ancestors, 
and had collected more or less material bearing upon the subject, 
a portion of which — that relating to the York County families of 
this name — had been printed in Dawson's Historical Magazine. 
The extent of Capt. Goodwin's collections, and what disposition 
he intended to make of them had he lived, are entirely unknown 
to the compiler. The printed portion is all that has been 
accessible to him. 



6 PEEFACE. 

After the deatli of Capt. Goodwin, there was some correspon- 
dence between his family and the late John M. Bradbiuy, looking 
to a nnion of the two collections, and the only obstacle in the 
way appeai'ed to be the unsettled condition of Mr. Goodwin's 
estate, but nothing was accomplished before Mr. Bradbury's 
death. In all probability the larger portion of the Goodwin 
material is duplicated in the collections of Mr. Bradbury, since the 
sources of information were equally open to each, while both 
were able and industrious investigators, and enthusiastic in the 
woi'k they had taken in hand. 

The compiler has been able to fill up many important omissions 
in the way of names and dates, and has added a considerable 
number of families, though none prior to the sixth generation. 
The personal sketches and notes on allied families, are all the 
work of the compiler, and also the arrangement of the entire 
materials. In its incomi)lete state, the collections of Mr. Brad- 
bury are meager in personal history, being confined mostly to 
names and dates, while that portion of his correspondence which 
has come into the compiler's hands, throws but little additional 
light upon the personnel of the family. This defect has been 
remedied so far as has been possible in the brief time allowed; 
but very many of Mr. Bradbury's correspondents have gone to 
join him, while their families have grown \\\^, are scattered abroad 
and are not easily accessil)le. 

As a whole, the work as published is unfinished, and in some 
directions only fragmentary, but it contains valuable material 
representing no little labor and expense, and some future repre- 
sentative of the family may be induced to utilize it for the pro- 
duction of a more complete and comprehensive work. It is not 
claimed by the compiler that the work is free from errors. Accu- 
racy in a work of this kind would be a novelty indeed, but it is 
hoped that not more than the usual number of mistakes will be 
found herein. Such as it is, the work is respectfully submitted to 
the charitable and discriminating consideration of those who are 

interested in its contents. 

WM. B. LAPHAM. 

Augusta, January, 1890. 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 



THE BRADBURY FAMILY IN ENGLAND. 

The name Bradbury is of Saxon origin, and of 
the class styled "■local." Its components are Brady 
meaning broad, and Bury, which is variously defined, 
as a house, a hill, a domain, and a town. It is found 
variously spelled in English records, as Bradherrie, 
Bradherrye, Bradberry and Bradbury. The latter is 
the orthography adopted by the emigrant Thomas, and 
followed by his descendants generally. Unlike most 
local names, it never had a wide diffusion in England, 
and tracing it back through two centuries previous to 
the settlement of this country, it seems to have nar- 
rowed its limits and finally to have confined itself to a 
single parish in Derbyshire. The radiating point 
seems to have been Ollerset in the parish of Glossop, 
in the northed}^ part of the county of Derby. No 
mention of the name has been found prior to 1433, 
when there were living among the gentry at Ollerset, 
Roger de Bradbury and Rodolphus de Bradbury. The 
connection between these two persons is not known, 
nor the length of the time they had resided at Ollerset. 
But the interest of the American Bradburys centers 
in the line of which Robert is the head, and of whom 



8 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

but little is known. "We know that he must have been 
born as early as 1400, that he lived at Ollerset, and 
that he married a daughter of Robert Davenport (writ- 
ten also Damporte), and that he had a son William, 
who settled at Braughing, county of Hertfordshire, 
and married Margaret, daughter of Greoffry Rokell, 
spelled also Rock hill. From him are said and believed 
to have sprung the Bradburys of Littlebury and Wick- 
ham Bonhunt, generally written at the present day, 
Wicken Bonant. They were a landed family, and from 
the Herald's Visitations and Inquisitions post mortem, 
quite easily traced, though the pedigrees that have 
been constructed and in some cases printed, are 
strangel}^ unlike. In the report of the Visitation in 
Essex in 1558, William Bradbury, said to have mar- 
ried Jane or Joan, daughter of Sir John Fitzwilliam 
and widow of Thomas Bendish or Bendyshe, is placed 
at the head of the line ; while in that of 1612, and also 
the pedigree published in the East Anglian in 1862, 
the head of the family is given to Sir Thomas Brad- 
^ bury who was Lord-Mayor of London in 1509, and 
died while in office. The fallacy of both these pedi- 
grees is shown in the fact that William Bradbury of 
Braughing was only ten years of age when Joan, 
widow of Thomas Bendish died, while Sir Thomas 
Bradbury died without issue, and William Bradbury, 
son of his brother Robert, was his heir. It also states 
what is probably correct, that William Bradbury was 
afterward of Littlebury, and " descended from ye Brad- 
burys of Ollerset in ye West Country," etc. 



BBADBURY MEMOBIAL. 9 

In the Visitation of Hertfordshire in 1634, Robert 
Bradbur\^ of Ollerset, county of Derby, is made the 
head of the family and the father of Sir Thomas. 
Now while absolute reliance cannot be placed upon 
pedigrees based upon the reports of these Visitations, 
j'et it is the best and only evidence that can be obtained 
without original research, and is probably in the main 
correct. Ro)jert Bradbury must have flourished in the 
time of King Henry the Sixth, and is the eai'liest an- 
cestor of the family that can be relied upon with any 
degree of certainty. The pedigree here given is based 
upon the reports of the several Herald's Visitations, 
upon probate records and other public documents, and 
must be taken for what it is worth. The late Captain 
William F. Goodwin, whose mother was a Bradburj', 
employed Miss Harriet Bainbridge, then considered a 
reliable English genealogist, to inquire into the Brad- 
bury pedigree, and she furnished him with one which 
she claimed was the result of her own original investi- 
gation, but which is now known to be incorrect in 
several essential points. There are professional gene- 
alogists in England who will write up a pedigree and 
furnish a coat of arms for any one who is able and 
willing to pay for them, and their customers are, for 
the most part, Americans. There are doubtless those 
who do honest work, but a majority of them are cheats, 
and fill their orders without regard to facts. 

The branch of the Bradbury family from which the 
New England family claim their descent, settled at 
Wicken Bonant in the county of Essex, about the year 
1560, and a brief sketch of this parish is compiled 



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largely from the number of the East Anglian, already 
referred to, and published in London in July, 1862. 
This number not only gives an account of the parish, 
but gives pedigrees of the Barlee and Bradbury fami- 
lies, the latter of which, so far as it appears to be cor- 
rect, is made the basis of the pedigrees here given of 
the English families of Bradbury. The parish of Wick- 
en Bonant is small, containing only eight hundred and 
forty-one acres, and less than two hundred persons. It 
lies in one of those long, winding valleys leading up 
to the backbone of the high ground which parts the 
tributaries of the Lea and the Cam, The subsoil is of 
chalk which, with occasional heads of gravel, crops up 
to the surface in the lower grounds. The uplands of this 
and the surrounding parishes are overlaid with a strong 
clay of considerable depth, which renders the air cold 
and damp, and considerably i-etards agricultural opera- 
tions. A winter brook, which rapidly floods after rain, 
rises in the adjoining parish of Arkesden, to which it 
gives a name, and passing through the whole length 
of the parish it meets with some copious springs in the 
meadow^s adjoining Newport, and becomes a tributary 
of the Cam. 

In ancient times the parish of Wicken was equally 
divided between wood and arable land. From Dooms- 
day-book it appears that it then contained four carii- 
catce, and as much arable land as four ploughs would 
till in a year, beside wood for one hundred hogs. At 
the present time there is hardly any wood remaining, 
and but little pasture. The name has had various 



12 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

spellings. In Doomsday-book it is called Wica. In 
the court rolls of the Hall in the time of Edward the 
Second, it is called Wykes, and half a century after it 
was called Wvken. These are doubtless variations of 
Wickham which are still retained in official documents. 
The addition of Bonhunt, from one of the manors of 
the parish, is to distinguish it from Wickham St. Paul 
and Wickham Bishops, both of which are in the same 
county of Essex. From the earliest times there ap- 
pear to have been two manors, that of Wicken or 
Wickham, and tliat of Bonhunt or Bonant. Both of 
these are mentioned in Doomsday-book. They were 
united in the sixteenth century, and since then have 
been reckoned as one. In Doomsday-book, the Hall 
is given as in the possession of Gilbert, son of Thorold, 
and after him in that of Sexius, a freeman. In 1446, 
it was in the Barlee family and was sold hy William 
Barlee to Robert Chatterton, Esq., who in turn sold it 
to the Bradbury family. Precisely when this transfer 
was made is not known, but Matthew Bradl^ury was 
Lord of Wicken at the time of his death in 1587, and 
probably bought it in 1557. It continued in the hands 
of the Bradburys through several generations and 
until the early part of the eighteenth century, when, 
in default of male issue, Dorinda, daughter of Matthew 
Bradbury, Esq., carried it in marriage to Joseph 
Sharpe, Esq. He sold, with the exception of what is 
now called the Brick House, with about a hundred acres 
of land to John Hetherington, Esq., Avho sold it to 
Thomas Coventry, Esq., who in the beginning of this 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 13 

century sold to Joseph Smith, Esq., of Shortgrove in 
Newport, and in 1862 it was in possession of his son 
Wilham Charles Smith, Esq., of Shortgrove. 

The Brick House, as it has always been called, was 
built b}' William Bradbury, who died in 1622, for his 
son Wymond Bradbury, and continued in occupation 
of the second-branch family till, at their extinction, it 
reverted with the Hall to Mr. Sharpe. When he sold 
the Hall, it was his intention to have kept and resided 
in the Brick House, but the mortgages upon the Hall 
proving to be beyond its value, Brick House together 
with its one hundred acres was mortsrao'ed for twelve 
hundred pounds in order to carry out the sale of the 
remainder. In consequence of this arrangement Brick 
House was held under mortgage by John Martin, Esq., 
banker of Lombard street, and it continued to be so 
held by his son and grandson till Joseph Martin came 
into possession of it in the early part of the present 
century. Brick House is of a picturesque structure 
with ornamental gables, and was formerly adorned 
with statues of which some remain in a mutilated 
state. The arms of Bradbury are still over the door. 
The Hall, now a farm-house, adjoins the church. It^ 
is a timber structure of the early part of the sixteenth 
century, with picturesque chimneys. With the Hall 
was once another farm called the Wood, but now it is 
known as Howland's farm, from a tenant who occu- 
pied it. 

The manor house of Bonhunt is situated half a mile 
eastward of the church. We first hear of it in Dooms- 



14 nnADBURY MEMORIAL. 

day-book, wlien it was in possession of a freeman 
named Aluric, and afterward in the hands of a man 
named SaisseUne. No farther mention is made of it 
nntil 1341, when John Flambard of Bonhnnt had a 
license to endow St. Leonard's Hospital at Newport, 
that the brethren might find him a chaplain to say 
mass for his sonl within his manor of Bonhunt, in the 
chapel of St. Helen. After John Flambard. the manor 
of Bonhnnt came to the Greene family, and continued 
with them from 1437 till 1580. when it was purchased 
by the Bradburys. They soon after sold it to the 
Nightingales of Newj^ort, from whom it passed to the 
Turners of Quendon. In 1717, John Turner, Esq., 
sold it with (q^uendon Hall, to John Maurice, Esq., of 
Walthamstow, whose Avidow sold it to Joseph Cran- 
iner, Esq. From Cranmer it passed to his son Henrj^, 
and sujjsequently it came to Henry Webb, Esq., at 
whose death it reverted to the representative of the 
Cranmers. 

The church at Wicken Bonant, called St. Margaret, 
orig-iuallv dated from the middle of the eleventh cen- 
tury, but the onh^ relic of this date now remaining is 
a plain and square, massive Norman font, standing on 
a central and four corner pillars, also square. Toward 
the close of the twelfth century, the church was in 
great part rebuilt. With the exception of a porch, 
parti V rubble and partly wood of the sixteenth century, 
nothing more appears to have been done to the church 
till early in the eighteenth century, when the tower 
was removed, and a small wooden cot placed over the 



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16 BRADBURY MEMOJUAL. 

west gable of the nave to hold the bells. The church 
was restored and m part rebuilt in 1858-59, at the cost 
of J(jhn Sperling, Esq., of Kensington, the patron of 
the living. At present the church consists of the orig- 
inal English chancel restored, to which a new nave, 
south porcli and tower have been added in the decora- 
tive style. The whole of the windows are of painted 
glass, and represent mostly Bible characters. The 
nave, which is filled with open seats, has a stone pul- 
pit, while the Norman font occupies its ancient place, 
and has been raised two steps and supplied with a 
cover. Externally, the belfry stage of the tower is 
very beautiful, having eight large traceried windows. 
The whole is capped by a stone broach spire, rising to 
a height of over ninety feet. In the church are no 
monuments earlier than those of the Bradburys, which 
are as follows : — 

I. A monument against the north wall of the chancel, sur- 
mounted by the arms of Bradbury, inscribed : — 

" Beneath this stone lies interred the body of John Bradbury, 
of the Inner Temple, Gent, eldest son of Francis Bradbury, Esq., 
Gent, and Anne his wife, who departed this life June 11-1693, 
aged 25 years." 

" Beneath this stone lies interred the body of Francis Bradbury 
of Clifford's Inn, Gent, second son of Francis Bradbury, Gent, 
and Anne his wife, who departed this life June 15, a. d. 1695, 
aged 24 years." 

"Beneath this stone lies interred the body of Anne Barrell, 
wife of John Barrell of Clifford's Inn, Gent, and daughter of 
Francis Bradbury and Anne his wife, who departed this life Jan- 
uary 21-1677, aged 26 years." 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 17 

II. On an elaborately sculptured monument by Scheemakers, 
against the south wall of the chancel, also with the arms of 
Bradbury : — 

" Near this place lies buried the body of that hopeful youth, 
John James Bradbury, Gent, the son and heir apparent of Mat- 
thew Bradbury of this parish, Esquire, and Mary his wife, who 
departed this life Nov. 27, 1731, aged 10 years." 

III. On a monument within the tower, is the following : — 

" Wentworthius Bradbury, Suffolciencis, IIujus Ecclesioe Rec- 
tor Necnon vicarius de Arkesden, et Anna uxor ejus precharissima 
obit, 



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IV. On a flat stone may be seen the following inscription : — 
" Sub hoc lapide sepulchrum jacet corpus Johannis Bradbury 

filii natu secundi Wentworthi Bradbury hujus ecclesiae Rectoris, 
qui cum morbo insanbili viz, epilepsia diu laborasset morti tandem 
quiete se resignavit obiit Sept. 7 anno salutis 1758, ajtatis 31, 
mortis ab hasta nee juvenes tuti." 

V. The following inscription in Latin is found on another flat 
stone : — 

" Quod mortale fuit Annas fiUae charissime Wentworthi Brad- 
bury hujus ecclesiae Rectoris et Annas uxoris ejus sub hoc lapide 
depositum est anno astatis 23 anima pia voluntati dei libenter sub- 
misa corpus reliquit vicessimo die Septembris, anno domini, 1749. 
Multis ilia bonis flebilis occidit, nullis flebilia quam parentibus." 
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18 BliADBUliY MEMORIAL. 

There are other monuments within the church, all of more 
recent date than the above, and represent the families that suc- 
ceeded the Bradburys at Wicken Bonant. A monument to Jamea 
Pollitt, Esq., and Hannah his wife, who was a sister of Mrs. 
Joseph Martin, are among others. 

The Registers of the church begin in 1598, and with 
the exception of a few years at the beginning of the 
present century, have been well kept. They contain 
nothing remarkable except the dates of the Bradbury 
family, which afford material aid in arranging their 
pedigree. Among other entries the following is of 
interest : — 

Mr. William Bradbury, Lord of Wicken, died upon St. Ad- 
drews dale at night, about xij of the clock, November ye last, 
and was buried uppon ye seconde of December, 1622, and was 
laid under the high altar in ye chancel on ye southe side whose 
funerals was kept after uppon Thursdaie after the twelfthe, with 
the manie mourners to ye number of thirtie. Tho. ^Vadeson, 
Rector, preached. 

The Rectory was originally on the north side of the 
churchyard, but having been burned down in 1590, it 
was not rebuilt on that side, but a house and two acres 
of freehold ground belonging to the Bradbury family, 
were granted to the Rectory by way of exchange. 
This parish was within the diocese of London, and dis- 
tant therefrom about forty-five miles. 



BBADBURY MEMORIAL. 



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The following list embraces the Rectors and Patrons of Wicken 
Bonant parish from A. D. 1400 to the time of Wentworth Brad- 
bury's Rectorship in 17*20 : — 



DATE. 


NAME. 


PATRON. 


1410 


Abraham Veel, 


Henry Barlee. 


1458 


John Berwick, 


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1460 


Thomas Bures, 


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1472 


John Marchant, 


li a 


1482 


John White, 


William Barlee. 


1501 


William Wilton, 


u a 


1510 


William Barlee, ll. d. 


u ct 


1521 


William Barlee, Jr., 


u 


1523 


William Barlee, 


John Byrde. 


1528 


Thomas Horsley, 


u u 


1540 


John Gierke, 


William Barlee. 


1558 


John Gryffyth, 


u u 


1566 


William Swinnowe, 


Matthew Bradbury. 


1586 


Richard Clayton, d.d., 


u a 


1598 


Thomas Wadeson, 


Robert Wadeson. 


1627 


Theophilus Aylmer, 


King Charles I. 


1669 


Lawrence Fogg, 


Elizabeth Aylmer. 


1671 


John Bennet, 


John Turner. 


1692 


Thomas Carter, 


Francis Bradbury. 


1712 


James Bradbury, 


a u 


1720 


Wentworth Bradbury, 


u a 


1765 


Charles Gretten, 


John Griifith. 



In 1868, Mr. John Merrill Bradbury of Ipswich, who 
with his wife was making the tour of Europe, visited 
Wicken Bonant where his emigrant ancestor is sup- 
posed to have been born. Concerning this visit Mr. 
Bradbury wrote to a friend : " My visit to Wicken 
Bonant was the pleasantest experience I have had in 



20 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

England. The rector was away on a vacation, and I 
did not therefore see the registers, which would have 
been a gratification, and I was indebted to the church- 
warden's wife for admission to the church. It is a 
small church and the addition made to it by Mr. Sper- 
ling, the late rector, has not improved its proportions. 
Of course the surfaces, internal and external, are new, 
and there is nothing to remind the visitor of its age, 
except a mural tablet in the chancel, date of 1697, and 
the square font standing on five square supports which 
is a veritable piece of antiquity. Undoubtedly Thomas 
Bradbury, supposed to be the emigrant, was baptized 
at this font. 

" From the church our conductress guided us to the 
Brick House, where we were most cordially received 
by its proprietor, Mr. John PoUitt. He took us through 
the old mansion, pointing out the alterations and addi- 
tions which have been made, giving us its traditions 
and history. He also showed us over the grounds 
which are well laid out and nicely kept, and took us 
to points where we could get the best views of the 
house and its surroundings, as well as the village 
generally." 

A letter written in London in 1870, says : " The 
Bradbury Brick House at Wicken Bonant is forty-five 
miles from London. It was built by William Bradbury 
who died in 1622, for his second son Wymond Brad- 
bury, and it continued in that branch until it became 
extinct. Mr. Joseph Martin then owned it until the 



BRADBURY MEMO R I A L. 



21 




WICKEN IJONANT. 

Two views of the •' Brick House " erected by William Bradbury, who died in 1C22, for his 

second son, Wyinond. 



22 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

last two years. At his demise it went to his son-in-law, 
Mr. John Pollitt, who now resides there." 

Mrs. C. W. Bradbury of Winchester, Mass., has 
visited the ancestral home of the Bradburys at Wicken 
Bonant and writes : " By the kind hospitality of the 
occupant of the mansion called the Brick House, I 
made my headquarters there for the day, while taking 
excursions to the parish church and to the church at 
Clavering. But my stay was limited to one day, and 
that day was in the month of November, 1877. Dark- 
ness filled every corner, and I had to trust to hearsay 
as to what was inscribed on the monumental slabs. I 
was able to obtain copies of the publication called the 
East Anglian, devoted to antiquities, folk-lore, etc., in 
which is an article written by the sometime rector, 
describing the church, and giving some account of the 
Bradbury family." 

The parish of Wicken Bonant just briefly described, 
is supposed to have been the birth-place of that Thomas 
Bradbury who, while a young man, came to the Dis- 
trict of Maine as early as 1634, as the agent of Sir 
Ferdinando Gorges, and is the common ancestor of the 
Bradburys of New England. It would be highly gratr 
ifying to be able to state positively that Thomas Brad- 
bury who came to New England was the identical 
Thomas who was baptized in the ancient Norman font, 
in the church of St. Margaret, in the parish of Wicken 
Bonant, February 28, 1610-11. It is true, the evidence 
is such as to remove all reasonable doubt, and such as 
to give great interest in the little parish of Wicken in 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 23 

Esse x, to the Bradbury families of the United States. 
The evidence in favor of the generally accepted theory 
may ]>e briefly summarized as follows : The parish reg- 
ister of Wicken Bonant shows that a Thomas Bradbury 
was baptized there on the last day of February, 1610- 
11; and as his family had laiided property, it is easy to 
trace his pedigree by the Herald's Visitations. This 
Thomas Bradbury is not mentioned in English records 
after his baptism. So far as is known, Thomas Brad- 
bury of York and Salisbury, was the only one of the 
name that ever came to New England, and as none of 
his family came with him, it is presumed that he was 
of age ; and on the score of age, there is nothing in- 
compatible with the idea that Thomas of Wicken and 
Thomas of York were the same. That the latter was a 
young man of ability and well educated, the records 
abundantly prove. He was married in 1636, which 
was at a proper age, provided he was the young man 
from Wicken, and died in 1695, at a good old age. 
Unfortunately his age at death is nowhere stated, a cir- 
cumstance that deprives us of important corroborative 
evidence. It was usual in the period in which he lived 
for persons making affidavits to be recorded to state 
their ages, but in the several sworn statements given 
by Mr. Bradbury, on file in Essex County records, no 
one has been found in which liis age is stated. 

Another strong point in the chain of evidence is 
found in the family names. Every genealogist knows 
that this is a pointer that rarely deceives. The father 
of Thomas of Wicken was named Wyinond, a very 



24 BRADBURY MEMOIilAL. 

iinusual nanie, and the only person found so named in 
the Bradbm-y pe(Ugrees that have been collected. Now 
it is a fact that Thomas of York and Salisbury named his 
first-born son Wymond, and it is also a fact that it was 
the usual practice in those days to name the oldest son 
either for his father or grandfather. If he did not 
name the child for his father, for whom did he name 
him ? Not for any of the mother's relatives, and so 
far as the compiler is aware this name at that time had 
been Ijorne by no other 2)erson in New England. The 
mother of Thomas of Wicken was named Elisabeth, 
and she had children William, Thomas, Jane and Ann, 
names all of which reappear in the family of Thomas 
Bradbury of Agamenticus and Salisbury. While all 
this does not furnish positive evidence of the identity 
of the two persons, it approaches so nearly to it that 
the compiler fully believes it, and feels himself justified 
in assuming it to be so. 

It has already been stated that in the pedigrees pub- 
lished in England, based upon the Herald's Visitations, 
there are several discrepancies, and of course some 
mistakes. The pedigree is certainly wrong which 
makes Sir Thomas Bradbury of London the head of 
the family, for in his will, a copy of which is herewith 
printed, no mention is made of any children, and the 
only relatives bearing his name in the entire document 
are Henry and William Bradbury, the latter of whom 
he calls " cosen," and who inherited a large portion of 
his estate. It is known that this Henry and William 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 25 

were the sons of his brother Robert. He also men- 
tions his sister, Mrs. Jocelyn. 

From the Herald's Visitations in Derbyshire in 1569, 
1611 and 1631, the following Bradbury pedigree is 
drawn : — 

Edward^ Bradbury, of Ollersett in the county of 
Derby, married Eleanor, daughter of Thomas Shakerly 
of Longson. 

Children : 
i Ottiweir-^, of Ollersett, m. tVgnes Beard, 
ii Robert^ second son. 

Ottiwell^ Bradbury, son and heir of the preceding, married 
Agnes, daughter of Nicholas Beard of Beard. 

Children : 

i Ralph^, d. without issue. 

ii Nicholas^, m. Katherine Warren. 
iii John^, d. without issue. 
iv Anne^ ra. Robert Downes. 

Nicholas^ Bradbury, son and heir of the preceding, married 
Katherine, daughter of Lawrence Warren of Poynton, in Cheshire. 

Children : 
Roberts m. Elizabeth Bradbury. 



m. daughter of Reynold Braye. 



Robert* Bradbury, of Ollersett, son and heir of the preced- 
ing, married Elizabeth, daughter of Ralph Bradbury of Bankhead. 



1 


Roberts m 


ii 


John*. 


iii 


Ottiwell*. 


iv 


Lawrence' 


V 


Nicholas". 


vi 


Edmund'. 


vii 


Alice*. 


viii 


Anne*. 



26 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

Children : 
i Nicholas^ m. Mary Tettowe. 
ii Francis^. 
iii Alice^, 
iv Katherine®. 

Nicholas^ Bbadbury, of Ollersett, son and heir of the pre- 
ceding, living in 1611, married Mary, daughter of Lawrence 
Tettowe in Lancashire. 

Children : 
i Edmund", m. Mary West, 
ii Katherine®, m. Robert Ridge of Highgate. 
iii Jane'. 
iv Anne®. 
V Elizabeth". 
vi Mary". 
vii Margaret". 

Edmund" Bradbury, son and heir of the preceding, married 
Mary, daughter of William West of Firbeck in Yorkshire. 

Children : 
i Edmund'', b. 1586, m. Dorothy Bowdon. 
ii John^. 
iii Mary', 
iv Elizabeths 

Edmund'' Bradbury, son and heir of the preceding, married 
Dorothy, widow of Thomas Bowdon of Derbyshire. 

Children : 
i Edmund^, b. 1612. 
ii Nicholas^, b. 1614. 
iii William*, b. 1618. 
iv John«, b. 1624. 
V Jordaine^ b. 1630. 

No dates are given in the foregoing, except in one 
instance in the seventh generation, and in case of the 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 27 

eighth, but eight generations must represent a period 
of about two hundred years, which would take us back 
to the last of the thirteenth century, or the first of the 
fourteenth, as the date of the birth of the first Ed- 
ward. It is quite possible that the Robert^ Bradbury, 
named as the second son of Edward, may have been the 
one placed at the head of the family in the pedigree 
which follows and which has been carefully compiled 
from Heralds' Visitations, Inquisitions post mortem, 
wills, parish registers, and every other available origi- 
nal document. 

Absolute perfection is by no means claimed for it, 
but the compiler believes it to be as nearly so as it 
is possible to have it. It is made up from the min- 
utes of the late John Merrill Bradbury of Ipswich, 
and is the result of personal research in the archives 
of various parts of England, covering a period of sev- 
eral years. He was a painstaking searcher and took 
nothing for granted until proved. 

Robert^ Bradbury, of Ollersett in Derbyshire, mar- 
ried a daughter of Robert Davenport (copied also 
Damport), of Bramhall, county of Chester. She was 
buried at Stansted, Mount Fitchet, county of Essex. 

Children : 

1 i William-, of Braughing, m. Margaret Rockhill. 

2 ii Thomas^, inducted Kector of Meesden*, county Essex, Feb. 

6,1486, d. 1513. 

♦The orthography of this word is somewhat in doubt. It is hardly 
ever found spelled twice alike, but generally so nearly so that it is easily 
recognized. 



28 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

1 

William^ Bradbury (Robert^), of Braughing, in 
Hertfordshire, Patron of the church of Westmill in 
Hertfordshire in 1462, married Margaret, daughter 
and co-heir of Geoii'ry Rockhill of Wormingford, county 

Essex. 

Children : 

3 i Robert^ m. Anne Wyant. (?) 

4 ii ThoInas^ Sir Thomas, Kt., Sheriff of London, 1498, Lord 

Mayor, 1509, Lord of several manors in Hertfordshire, 
Essex, and Kent, married Joan, daughter of Denis and 
Elisabeth Leach, whose first husband by whom she had 
issue, was Thomas Bodley of Devonshire. She died in 
1530. Sir Thomas made his will Jan. 9, 1509-10, while 
Lord Mayor, and the same was proved Feb. 27 following. 
He and also his wife were bvu-ied in St. Stephen's church, 
Coleman street, London. He held the manor Stansted 
Mount Fitchet and mentions that his grandmother was 
there buried. He had no children, and his nephew Wil- 
liam, son of his brother Robert Bradbury, whom he calls 
" cosen," succeeded to. a portion of his estate. 

5 iii George^, was a London merchant. His will is dated June 

6, 1506, and proved June 28 following, by his brother 
Henry. Wills lands and tenements in London, in Ware, 
county Herts, and Lamborne, county Essex. His sister, 
Phillippa Jocelyn, is made heir and after her, her daugh- 
ter Johane Hannys (perhaps daughter by her former 
husband) . 

6 iv Henry^ executor of his bi-other George's will, and named 

in the will of his brother Sir Thomas. Will dated Feb. 
13,1532-3.3, and proved Jan. 2.3,1533-34. His cousin 
Mary Woddam, wife of William Woddam, citizen and 
merchant tailor of London, is made executrix and resid- 
uary legatee. 



BRAUBURY MEMORIAL. 29 

7 V PhilliiDpa^, named in the wills of her brothers Thomas and 

George, married and was the second wife of John Joce- 
lyn of High Roding, county Essex. He died July 14, 
1525. His will states that William Bradbury, cousin 
and heir of Sir Thomas, was the son of Robert Brad- 
bury. 

3 
Robert^ Bradbury (William^ Robert^), named in 
the inquisition of his brother. Sir Thomas, then dead 
(supposed Justice of the Assize, Isle of Ely; Feb. 4, 
1486, witness to will of George Nicholl of Littlebury, 
Dec. 2, 1484, died 1489, and buried in church of Grey 
Friars, London), is said to have married Anne, daughter 
of Infans Wyant. (See note.) 

Children : 

8 i William*, b. 1480, m. Joan (Fitzwilliams) Bendish.* 

*We have followed the Herald's Visitation here, but there is evidently 
a serious mistake in their reckoning. Tliomas Bendish died about 1477, 
and his wife Joan or Jane had deceased prior to May 4, 1490, at which 
date her inquisition i)ost mortem was held, when it was found that Rich- 
ard Bendish, grandson of Thomas, aged five years, was heir to her estate. 
She evidently belonged to a generation back of William Bradbury, and 
if she married a Bradbury, as she is reported, it must have been his 
father, Robert. When Symonds made liis collection of epitaphs in Essex 
in 1639, there was in the church at Clavering a stone bearing the inscrip- 
tion in Latin: " Pray for the souls of William Bradbury, Esq., and wife 
Elisabeth," which Elisabeth died August 13, 1536. William Bradbury 
died later, after his lemoval to Littlebury, and was buried there. This 
would show that his wife's name was Elisabeth. The Herald's Visita- 
tions do not give the name of the wife of Robert Bradbury, and unfor- 
tunately he left no will, and there was no inquisition post mortem to 
solve the mystery. In some of the pedigrees he is said to have married 
Anne Wyant, and we have followed it, but with this explanation. His 
son having been assigned a wife that belonged to the generation of the 
father, it is quite probable that the Visitation has made a mistake of one 
generation, and that Jane (Fitzwilliam) Bendish was the mother and not 
the wife of William Bradbury*. 



30 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

8 

William* Bradbury (Robert^, William^, Robert^), 
named in the inquisition post mortem on the estate of 
his uncle, Sir Thomas, in 1510, then aged thirty years; 
named in the will of his uncle Sir Thomas, to whose 
estate he succeeded, Lord of the manor Mancenden, 
acquired the manor of Catmere Hall in Littlebury, 
county Essex, in 1443, and was buried at Littlebury, 
June 15, 1546. He is incorrectly said to have married 
Joan, daughter of Sir John Fitzwilliams, Lord of Elmyn 
and Spotsbury, and widow of Thomas Bendish of Bowre 
Hall, in Steeple Bumstead, Esq., who died in 1477, 
leaving issue Richard Bendish, Esq. 

Children : 
9 i William^, m. Helen or Eleanor Fuller. 

10 ii Phillippa^ m. first to Michael Welbore of Pondes in 

Clavering, county Essex ; second to John Barlee of 
Stapleford Abbots, county Essex. 

11 iii Matthew^ m. Margaret, daughter of Kowse, of the 

city of Cambridge. 

9 
William^ Bradbury (William'^, Robert^, William^, 
Robert^), of Littlebury, county Essex, Lord of the 
manor of Catmere Hall; also of Meesden; acquired 
the manor of Gifford's [in Great Tampford, county 
Essex, about 1548; also acquired the manor of Lang- 
ley Hall in Clavering, county Essex, in 1550, alluded 
to as son and heir of William Bradbury in the will of 
Joan Bradbury. His will is dated August 11, and 
proved Nov. 9, 1550; inquisition post mortem held 



BRADBURY MEMOBIAL. 31 

Oct. 4, 1550, buried at Littlebury. He married Helen 
or Eleanor, daughter of Andrew and Barbara Fuller. 
She was appointed executrix of her first husband's 
will, but having died her son Robert was appointed 
executor in 1561. She married for second husband 
Giles Poulton, Esq., of Desborough in Northamton- 
shire, Jan. 15, 1551-52. 

Children : 

12 i Robert^ b. 15.87, m. Margaret, daughter of Edmund 

Tyrell. 

13 ii Henry^ b. , ni. Joan, daughter of Giles Poulton, and 

second Marian, daughter of George Nichols. 

14 iii Thomas^ named in the wills of his father and brother 

Robert, of Milton, county Kent, married and had issue 
Thomas, Godfrey and Phillippa. 

15 iv Samuel', bap. January 27, 1548-4:9, buried at Wicken, 

March 4, 1551-52. 

16 V Anne®, m. Christopher Fulnatby of Chelmsford, county 

Suffolk, Feb. 5, 1578. 

17 vi Elizabeth®, b. , m. Feb. 2, 1562-63, Richard Trymell 

of Wybolston, county Bedford. 

18 vii Mary«, bap. Jan. 19, 1549-50, m. Thomas Webb. 

19 viii Barbara®, bap. March 5, 1550-51, m. Thomas Padget of 

the Middle Temple. 

11 

Matthew^ Beadbuhy (William'*, Robert^ Wilham^, 
Robert^), Lord of the manor of Wicken Hall, in the 
parish of Wicken Bonhunt, which manor he acquired 
-by purchase in 1557. He purchased the manor of 
Grange in Thaxted, county Essex, in 1551, and sold it 
the next year. He is mentioned in the wills of his 



32 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

brother William and his nephew Robert. He died 
June 19, 1585, and an inquisition post mortem was 
held Oct. 26, 1587. His son William was appointed 
administrator of his estate June 30, 1585. He married 
Margaret, daughter of Rowse of the city of Cam- 
bridge. 

Children : 

20 i William^ m. Anne, daughtei* and heir of Kichard Eden. 

21 ii Thomas^ m. Dorothy, daughter of Sir Southwell. 

He had issue CordelP, Wentworth'', Elisabeth^, and 
another daughter, wife of Matthew Martin. 

22 iii Barbara®, m. first Sir Henry Cutts ; second Sir Thomas 

Fludd; third Edward Gill, Esq., and fourth Walter 
Covert of Boxley, county Kent. She is mentioned 
in the will of her brother Thomas. 

20 
William^ Bkadbury (Matthew^, William^ Robert^, 
William^, Robert^), of Wicken Bonhunt, Esq., aged 41 
in 1585, named in the wills of his cousin Robert and 
brother Thomas. His own will is dated April 19, 1622, 
and was proved May 6, 1623. He died Nov. 30, 1622 
and was buried at Wicken. He married Anne, daugh- 
ter and heir of Richard Eden, Esq., ll. d., of Bury 
St. Edmunds, county Suffolk, who died and was 
buried at Wicken, Feb. 8, 161M2. 

Children : 

23 i Matthew"', m. Jane, daughter of William Whitgift. 

24 ii Wymond'', m. Elizabeth, daughter of William Whitgift, 

who had been twice married before. 

25 iii Henry', d. young ; buried at Wicken, Aug. 20, 1616. 



26 


iv 


27 


V 


28 


vi 


29 


vii 


30 


viii 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 33 

Thomas', d. young. 

Thomas', d. young. 

Bridgef, m. Francis Bridgewater. 

Anne', m. Thomas Kinethoi-jje of Louth, county Lincoln. 

Alice', bap. at Newport Pond, February 23, 1572-73; m. 

first George Yardley of Weston, county Herts ; second 

Thomas Wadeson. 



23 
Matthew^ Bkadbury (William^ Matthew^, William*, 
Robert^, William^, Robert^), of Wicken Bonant, died 
Sept. 22, 1616. . His marriage settlement is dated June 
6, 1594. He married Jane, daughter of William Whit- 
gift of Clavering, county Essex. For second husband 
she married Henry Bradbury, supposed son of Henry 
Bradbury of Littlebury. 

Children : 

31 i John*, of Wicken, m. Mary, daughter and heir of Michael 

Morsetrod of Croyden, county Sussex. He d. Aug. 
1, 1624, and his widow m. Charles Millicent, and d. 
in November, 1628. 

32 ii Francis', bap. Jan. 12, 1600-1, d. Jan., 1644-45, admin- 

istration granted to wife Bridget, Jan. 28, 1644-45. 
They had issue John^, and Francis®, b. December 29, 
1642, who m. Ann, daughter of George James, and had 
Johu^", Francis", William", Matthew", George", 
James" and Anne", All these saA^e Matthew d. with- 
out issue, and he had an only child, Dorinda^^, who 
carried the estate at Wicken to her husband Joseph 
Sharpe. 
3 



36 


vi 


37 


vii 


38 


viii 


39 


ix 



34 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

33 iii MatthewS named in the will of liis grandfather, William 

Whitgift, dated June 13, 1615. Administrator of the 
estate of his father, Oct. 19, 1624. He filed a bill in 
chancery against the execution of the will of George 
Whitgift, May 27, 1625. 

34 iv Edward®, not named by his brother Matthew as an heir 

of Archbishop Whitgift in the suit against the execu- 
tors of the will of George Whitgift. 

35 V Phillippa^ m. Ferdinando Clark. She is named in the 

will of her grandfather, William Whitgift, dated June 

13, 1615, and Avas then married. 
Barbara*. 

Margarets m. William Hyde. 
Elizabeth^ m. Thomas Wells, a minister. 
Martha', bap. April 14, 1606. 

Wymond^ Bradbuey (William^, Matthew^, William*, 
Robert^, Williaur, Robert^), of Wickeii Boiiaiit, after- 
ward of the parish of Wliitechapel, county Middlesex, 
died ill 1660, and his daughter Anne Stubbles was ap- 
pointed administratrix, Nov. 20, 1650. He was bap- 
tized at Newport Pond, May 16, 1574, and was of 
London, Oct 17, 1628. He married Elizabeth, daugh- 
ter of William Whitgift, and sister of the wife of his 
brother Matthew. She died June 26, 1612, aged 38 
years and 3 months, and was buried at Croyden, county 
Surrey. Her first husband was Richard Coles of Leigh, 
Worcestershire, who died Nov., 1600. She married, 
second, Francis Gill of London, who died in 1605, 
and third, Wyniond Bradbury. 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 35 

Chilclren : 

40 i Williams bap. at Newport Pond,* Sept. 28, 1607, b. Sept. 

13, 1607, and was living Oct. 23, 1628. 

41 ii Thomas^ bap. at Wicken Bonant, Feb. 28, 1610-11, sup- 

posed to have come to New England prior to 1684, 
and settled at Salisbm-y, Mass., in 1688. 

42 iii Jane®, bap. at Wicken Bonant, June 2, 1606. 

43 iv Anne®, m. first, Troughton, and second, Stub- 

bles, administratrix of her father's estate, 1650, bap. at 
Newport Pond, Feb. 20, 1608-9. 

ARMS AND QUABTEKINGS OF BKADBTJBY. 

1 Bradbury sab. a chev. erm. between 3 buckles arg. 

2 Rockhill arg. a chev. between 3 chess rooks sab. 

3 Bendy of 10 or az. 

4 arg. a lion ramp. az. 

5 Langham arg. 3 bear's heads erased sab. muzzled or. 

6 Ash well arg. on fess indented sab. 3 cross corselets arg. 

7 erm. a lion ramp. gu. 

8 Filmer gu. 3 bars arg. a canton of last. 

Crest — a falcon rising, or. 

ii Bradbury impalmg Fitzwilliams lozengy arg. gu. a border, 
az. charged with iieiir de lis and besants alternately. 

iii Bradbury imp. Rowse per pale or. and az. 3 lions ramp. 
counter-charged. 

iv Bradbury imp. Eden arg. on fess. gu. between 2 chess, az. 
each charged with 3 escallops of the field, 3 garbs or. 

V Bradbury imp. Whitgit't arg. on a cross flore sab. 5 besants. 

vi Bradbury imp. James quarterly 1-4 arg. a chev. between 3 
fer de moulins barwise sab. 2-3. arg. 2 bars counter em- 
battled gu. 

*Xewport Pond, where Mr. Wymoud Bradbury appears to have been 
living at this time, is a small hamlet situated little more than a mile from 
Wicken. 



36 BllADBUliY MEMOBIAL. 

vii Bradbury impaled by Barlee erm. 2 bars wavy sab. 

viii Bradbury by Cutts arg. on bend. eng. sab. 8 plates, 

ix Bradbury by Flude erm. a chev. between 3 cresents gu. 

X Bradbury by Gill lozengy or. and arg. lion ramp. gu. 

xi Bradbury by Covert gu. a fess erm. between .3 martletts az. 

WILL OF SIR THOMAS BRADBURY, 

MAYOR or LONDON. 

In the name of god amen the ix"^ day of the nioneth of Janu- 
ary the yere of our lord god m' v" and ix and the first yere of 
the Reign of Kyng Henry the viii*'^. I Thomas Bradbury mayre 
of the citie of London beying in hole mynde and of goode mem- 
ory thanked be our lord god make ordeyne and declare this my 
present testament conteynyng my last will as to the disposition 
of all my goods cattells lands and tents in manner and forme 
fo lowing that is to say 

First I bequeath and Recomend my soule to almighty god our 
lady seynt Mary and all the seynts in heaven. 

Item. My body to be buried in the pisshe church, of seynt 
Stephen in Colman strete. Where I am pisshen, that is to say in 
the chapell of oure laydy in tlie said churche, if I happen there to 
dye orells in the pisshe churche where it shall fortune me to de- 
cesse and j)asse oute of this world l)ifore thymage of our lady in 
the same churche etc. 

Item. I will that mye executors hereunder named Immediately 
after my decesse cawse i j trentalls of masses to be songen and 
said by the freers (blank), praying for my soule and all cristen 
soules and I will and bequeath to the same freers for their labor 
aboute the same xx^ 

Item. 1 will and bequeath to evry of the Jiij orders of freers 
% the citie of London to bring my body to erthc and to be present 
at my burying praying for my soule xx'. 

Item. I bequeath to the said churche of seynt Stephen toward 
the reparacens of the same x"' or more after the discretion of mye 
executors. 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 37 

Item. I bequeath to the vicar of the said churche xx' to pray 
for my soule. 

Item. I will that evry off my lovenut sirvants being with me 
att the time of my decesse have a l)lake gowne after the discre- 
cion of myn executors. 

Item. I will that Robert Blag of therche quier have a blake 
gowne and a ryng of the value of v mro, in money. 

Item. I will that ray broder-in-law John Josselyn and my 
sister his wife and either of theym, haue a blake gowne and either 
of theym a I'yng of the value of ii|" or ii|" in money aft. the dis- 
ci-etion of myn executors. 

Item. I will that Thomas Stoks, gent, haue a blake gowne and 
a ryng of the value of xl' or xl' in money after the discrecion of 
myn executors 

Item. I will that either of my brethren Henry & Thomas 
Leech haue a blake gowne. 

Item. I will that myn executors giue unto as many of my 
kynsmen and f rends as they shall think conveyent after their dis- 
cretion, blake gouns. 

Item. I will that my said executors provide all things for and 
about my funerall burying and moneths mynde as by their discre- 
cion shall seme behoveful, nedeful and conveyent. 

Item. I bequeath to the pisshe of brawing where I was borne 
a sute of vestments of the value of xx" or more after the discre- 
cion of myn exec. 

Item. I bequeath to the pisshe church of Manceden in Essex, 
a single sute of vestments of the value of xx" after the discre- 
cion of my exec. 

Item. I bequeath to the pisshe church of Stanstede Monfichet 
in Essex where my grandmother ys buried a syngle sute of vest- 
ments of the value of xx" or more at the discretion of myn exec. 

Item. I bequeath to the poore people of the pisshe of Braugh- 
yng aforesaid xl» to be distributed by the discrecion of myn exec. 

Item. To the poore folks of the pisshe of Mancenden afore- 
said XX' to be distributed bv the discrecion of myn exec. 



38 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

Item. I bequeath to the pisshe of Mountfichett afoi'esaid xx' 
to be distributed in likewise aft. the discrecion of myn exec. 

Item. I bequeath to my brother Henry xx". 

Item. I bequeath to my sisters Illesleys daughters toward liir 
manage xF, evenly to be divided amongs theym, to be delivered 
to them by myn executors at the mariage of eny of theym, and 
if any of theym decease bifore mariage then the part or portion 
of hir so deceesed to the other eiilyving equally to be devided 
betweene theym etc. 

Item. I bequeath to my sister Yllsley vii" or moi-e after the 
discrecion of Johaue my wif . 

Item. The Residue of my goods and cattails after my debts 
paid my funeralls doon and this my present testament in every- 
thing fulfilled and executed I holly giue and bequeath unto the 
said Johane my wife therewith to doo and dispose her free will. 

And of this my present testament and last will, I ordeyne and 
constitute the said Johane my wif, Hichard Bishope of Norwich 
and Richard Broke myn executors, and either the said Richard 
Bishop and Richard Broke to haue xx". 

Item. This is the last will of me the said Thomas Bradbury 
made the day and year aforesaid as to the disposicion of all ray 
lands and tents in the counties of Essex, Hertfordshire, Kent and 
the citie of London and eleswhere within the Reahne of England. 

First I will that my said wif have all my manors lands and tents 
rents and services which I or any psons to myn use been seasid 
of wt. in the said counties and citie or eleswhere to have to hir 
term of life without empeschment of wast except the manor of 
Bawdes and my mylne in the countie of Essex which I will John 
Leeche have for term of his life. 

Item. I will that Immediately after his death Humfrey Tyrell 
son of William Tyrell and Elisabeth his wife my wife's daughter, 
haue all that my moytie of that manor or lordship of Bekenham 
in the countie of Kent a' theappurtences to haue to him and the 
heyres of his body, and for def aulte of suche yssue to the sisters 
of the said Humfrey begotten between the said William and my 



BTtABBUBY MEMOBIAL. 39 

said wif's sayd daughter and to tliejres of their bodyes. And for 
defaiilte of yssiie of any of their bodyes, hir part so decessing to 
reraayn to the other surviving and the heyres of his body. And 
for defaulte of suche issue, the remaynder to the said WilUani 
tlie fader and to his heirs forev. 

Item. I will that the said Humfi-ey & Johane the daughter of 
my said brother and sister Josselyn his wife if the said Humfrey 
and Johane be content and doo mary theym self togider, then im- 
mediately after the deceese of my said wif and John Leech the 
said Humfrey and Johane haue the manor of bawdes and my 
mylees in the countie of Essex to theym and to the heyres off 
their two bodys lawfully begoten. And for defaulte of such yssue 
to my cosyn William Bradbury and liis heyres forever. And if 
the said Humfi-ey and Johane will not mary togider when they 
bothe come to their lawfull age of consent of marriage but refuse 
to be married togider when they be required by my said executors 
or their assignes. Then I will the said my cosyn William haue 
the said lands to him and to his heirs after the decees of the said 
Johane myn wif and the said John Leeche. Forseen that my wif 
have the saide manor and mylees after the death of the said 
Leeche for time of his life etc. 

Item. I will that Denys Bodely my wif's daught. Lnmediately 
after my said wif's decees haue the manor lands and tents called 
Westcot in the countie of Kent with theappurtences to hir and 
to hir heirs of hir body and toward hir mariage. And for de- 
fault of suche yssue I will the said manor be sold by my exec- 
utors and the money thereof corayng to be disposed by my said 
wif for my soule and the soules of my said wif and all Ixpen 
soules as shall think best. 

I will that my said wif shal haue my house whereyn I now 
dwell and all other houses and edeficious djoyning or l)eying aper- 
ment or pcell of the same for terme of hir life and the Reversion 
thereof to be sold by my said executor and the monej^ thereof 
coming to be disposed by my said wif for the welth of my soule 
and hirs as she shall think best. 



40 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

Item. I will that after the decesse of my said wif, Thomas 
Josselyn son of my said brother and sister Josselyn haue the 
manor of Mancenden and all those lands & tents that I late 
bought of Henry Woodcocks in the comity of Essex. To haue 
to the said Thomas and to the hey res of his body. And for de- 
faulte of such yssue the remainder thereof to the said WilUam 
Bradbury and his heyres. 

Item. Where certeyn lands and tents were lately recovered 
by certeyn p'cesses agajmst Thomas Nevell to thuse and en tent 
that if an anuytie or annell rent of x" were truly content and 
paied owte of the manor of Hanyngfield to me and my said wif 
covenanted and guarantied to be paid for term of our lives by 
the Lord of Burgeneny according to endentures of covenants 
thereof made that then the said Record of the said lands against 
said Thomas Nevell shuld be to them made of the said Thouias 
Nevell and his heyres males of his body. And for defaulte of 
such yssue the remaynder unto the said Lord of Burgeneny. 
And if defaulte were made contrary to the forme of the said inden- 
tures, that then the said lands shuld be to me and to myn said 
wife and myn heyres. I will that if defaulte of payment be made 
of the said annual rent contrary to the forme aforesaid that the 
said lands to be to my said wife for term of hir life and the rever- 
sion thereof to be sold by my said executors & the money thereof 
coming to be disposed by my said wif for our souls as shall think 
best. 

ABSTRACTS OF BRADBURY WILLS. 
March 30, 1529. Dame Joan Bradbury of London, widow of 
Thomas Bradbury, late Mayor of London, Bequeaths her soule to 
God, the Virgin Mary and all the saints in heaven, and desires 

to be buried by the side of her husband. Legacies to 

Bradbury, son and heir of William Bradbury, and others. Proved 
April 29, 1530. 

August 13, 1550. William Bradbury of Littlebury, county 
Essex, Esq., desires to be buried without jjomp. Bequeaths to 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 41 

the poor men's box at Littlebiiry £4, at Clavering £20, at Myso- 
den £5, at Langley £3, at Sampford £5, and at Walden 40s. To 
the poor people every year during lent, for line years, a barrel 
of herrings or 16* in money. To his wife, the capital messuage 
lands and tenements where he dwells at Littlebury, his manor at 
Catmerehall and other lands, and his manor of Langley in Essex 
and Hertfordshire, during her life. Sons Robert, Henry not 21, 
and Samuel not 20. Daughters Anne; Elisabeth, and Mary not 
21. To his mother-in-law, Barbara Fuller, an annuity out of his 
manor of Giffords in Sampford. Speaks of his manor at Messo- 
den. To his son Robert, the great gold ring that was his father's. 
Mentions his brother Matthew. His wife Helen a]»pointed exec- 
utrix. Proved November 11, 1550. 

January 7, 1576-77. Robert Bradbury of Littlebury, county 
Essex, desires to be buried in the chancel of the church without 
pomp, and requests a stone laid over his grave and the grave of 
his father. Mentions the will of his late father, his brothers 
Henry and Thomas, wife's late father Edmund Tyrell, deceased, 
sister Mary Bradbury, Samuel Donne, cousin William Bradbury, 
cousin Thomas Bradbury, uncle Mr. Matthew Bradbury, aunt 
Rutter, Thomas Welbore, godson Thomas Fulnatby, cousin Cath- 
erine Keble, sister Susan and cousin John Olyff. To Lady Anne 
Peter, a gold ring as a token. His wife Margaret appointed ex- 
ecutrix. Will proved May 4, 1577. 

October 27, 1592. William Bradburj^ of the parish of St. 
Clement Danes, without the bars of the new Temple, county 
Middlesex, yeoman. Mentions his cousin William Matterman of 
St. Clement Danes, and his sister Isabel Humstone and children. 
Will proved Nov. 4, 1592. 

June 12, 1594. Thomas Bradbury the younger, desu-es to be 
buried in the church of Milton, county Kent. Bequeathes his 
mother £40, to his wife Susan £20, to his brother Godfrey Brad- 
bury £40. Legacies to his brother Richard Askew, to the poor of 
Milton, to Thomas Boothe, Elisabeth Crockett, and lier son Robert, 



42 BRADBUitY MEMORIAL. 

and Grace, daughter of Henry Botham. Appoints his father 
Thomas Bradbury, executor. Proved Oct. 15, 1594. 

February 26, 1596-97. Henry Bradbury of Littlebury, county 
Essex, Gentleman, being very sick of body, but of good and per- 
fect remembrance, etc., Desires to be buried in the chancel of the 
church at Littlebury, as near as conveniently may be to the bodj' 
of Jane Bi-adbury, his late wife. Bequeaths to the reparation of 
the church yard £6 8s., to the poor of Littlebury £40, to the poor 
of Mesden £6 Ss., to the poor of Sampford £5, to the poor of 
Langley £5. To his wife Marian during her life, the manor of 
Jjangley Hall in Langley and Missenden, counties of Essex and 
Herts ; his manor at Giffords alias Stanleys, in Sampford, Essex. 
Mentions father-in-law, Mr. George Niccolls, brothei", Mr. John 
Michell; son and heir William Bradbury, sons Henry, Robert and 
George. To daughter Mary, v>nie of John Muffett, daughter 
Bai'bara not 21, daughter Ellen not 21, and to his sister-in-law, 
Mrs. Margaret Daniell, sometime wife of his oldest brother Robert 
Bradbury, deceased. Son William executor. Will proved April 
19, 1597. 

April 10, 1604. Thomas Bradbury, merchant of London, gives 
to the poor of St. Paul's in Exeter, £20, speaks of the expected 
arrival of the good ship called the Delight of Topisham. Appoints 
Mr. Valentine Tedbury, executor and residuary legatee. Proved 
May 4, 1604. 

Henry Bradbury, haberdasher of London (no date), to his 
brother Justinian, the lease of his house ; to brothers Robert and 
John each £5 ; to each of John's children £40 ; to his sister £3, 
and to his father £5. Proved August 31, 1606. 

September 10, 1610. Robert Bradbury of Poplar, county Mid- 
dlesex, Gentleman. Bequeaths to his minor daughter Martha, 
his manor at Cheswick, called Cheswick Hall, in county Essex, 
which he lately purchased of George Nicholas, Esq., she paying 
to wife Ann £50 per annum during her life. To his wife, house- 



bhadbuby memobial. ' 43 

hold furniture and silver plate, also £100, on the condition that 
she sees him brought to the ground and pays all funeral expenses. 
To his four brothers John, Leonard, George and Nicholas Brad- 
bury, each £'I0. To his three sisters dwelUng in Derbyshire, eacli 
£20. Makes bequests to the poor of several places, and a])]»oints 
Mr. Anthony Luther and Mr. Robert Fulnathbee of the MiddU' 
Temple, executors. Proved Nov. 15, 1611. 

Sejitember 8, 1610. Thomas Bradbury of South Pickenham, 
county Norfolk, Esq., desires to be buried in the chancel of the 
church. Legacies to the poor of several parishes. To his wife 
Dorothj' his lands in Burmingham, county Suffolk, during her 
life, then to son Cordell Bradbury. To his son Wentworth Brad- 
bury his manor of Woottons in West Broddenham, which he pur- 
chased of John Grundye. His house in South Peckenham is 
called Starkey Hall. He makes bequests to grandchild Anthony 
I^radbury, to his grandchild Tliomas Bradbury not 18, to his 
brother Anthony Bradbury, and others. 

May 14, 1695. Francis Bradbury the younger of Saffron Wal- 
den, county Essex, Gent. To his mother Anne Bradbury and to 
his sister Anne, each £10 for mourning; also his sister Anne 
£100, to brothers William, Matthew and James, each £100; to 
brother George £150. To his father, Francis Bradbury; Gent, all 
Ijis lands and tenements in Newport Pond and Langley, and else- 
where in county Essex. To his father all those his chambers at 
Clifford's Inn, No. 6, up two flights of stairs, over the chambers 
of John Oliver, Gent, and two parts of cellars underneath. His 
father executor. Proved April 3, 1696. 

WILL OF WILLIAM VVHITGIFT. 

In the name of God, amen : the tliirteene daye of June in the 
yere of oure lord god one thousand sixe hundred and Hfteene. I 
William Whitguifte of Clavering in the Countie of Essex, gent, 
beying weake in bodye but of good memorye (praised be Al- 
raightie god) doe hereby annihillate revoke and make voyde all 



44 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

former willes by me at any tyme heretofore made and nowe do 
make and ordayne this my last Will and Testament in manner 
and forme following. First I Commend my sonie into the handes 
of Ahiiightie god my heavenlie father and of Jesus xpiste my 
only Savyoure and of the holie ghost the blessed Sanctifier of me 
and all the Elect of god trusting assuredlie to have remission of 
all my synnes and to dwell in the most sweete presence of that 
heavenlie Maiestie of god forever thoroughe the greate mercye 
meritts and passion of my gracious Sayvoure and Redemer Jesus 
Christe in whom all Nations are blessed. Next I will that my 
bodye according to the order of xpistian Buryall be honestlie and 
decentlie conveyed into the bosome of the Earthe there to be 
layed within the parishe Churche of Clavering aforesayd as neere 
unto the grave of my welbeloved wife latelye deceased as con- 
venientlie may be. And as for the disposition of all my worldlie 
goodes Chattells plate money houshold stuff e Bondes and Debts 
of what kynd nature and qualitie soever they be which god of his 
goodness hathe lent me here in this life, First I will and be- 
queathe to Wymond Bradburye of Wicken Bonnant gent, twoe 
hundred and fifteene poundes of good englishe money in lieu 
satisfaction and full compensacon of one Bond of twoe hundred 
poundes of good english money nowe in the handes of the saied 
Wymond Bradburye in which bond I William Whitgift stood 
bound to Frauncis Gill my kynd and loving sonne in lawe late 
deceased for the payment of one hundred and tenne poundes of 
good englishe money to the sayd Frauncis Gill the Eleaventh 
daye of Januarye which was in the yere of oiu-e lord god one 
thousand six hundred and fower the which bond remaynes as yet 
unpayed and resteth in the hands of Wymond Bradburye afore- 
sayed gent, by occasion of his marriage with my daughter Eliza- 
beth the late wife and widow of the saied Frauncis Gill deceased. 
The which somme of twoe hundred and tifteene poundes of good 
englishe money I will to be payed to the sayed Wymond in man- 
ner and forme following that is to saye one hundred pounds of 
o-ood englishe money within three monthes next after my decease 
out of this my uaturall life. And tiftie poundes of good english 



BBADBURY MEMORIAL. 46 

money (^ another part of the sayed twee hundred and fifteene 
poundes) to be payed within one whole yere next after the day 
of my natural! deathe. And sixtie fyve poundes (the last parte 
of the twoe hundred and fifteene poundes) to be payed within 
twoe whole yeres after my naturall deathe to the saied Wyraond 
Bradburye or his Assignes uppon satisfaction as aforesayed. Item 
I give and bequeathe to the poore people of Claveringthe somme 
of six poundes of good English money to be distributed amongst 
them on y' daye of my Buryall or within one monethe next after 
by the oversighte and discrecon of my executor herein named. 
Item I give and bequeathe to John Mason a poor childe whome 
I broughte up twentie shillinges to be payed when he shalbe one 
and twentye yeres ould. Item I give and bequeathe to Jane 
Bradburye my daughter the wife of Matthew Bi'adburye gent, 
the somme of twentie poundes of good english money to be payed 
her within one whole yere next after my decease out of this life. 
Item I give and bequeathe to Philipp Clarke the daughter of Jane 
Bradbury my daughter the somme of twentie poundes of good 
englishe money to be payed her within the terrae of twoe yeres 
next after my deathe. Item I give and bequeathe to Mathew 
Bradburye one of the sonnes of my daughter Jane the somme of 
twentie poundes of good englishe money to be j^ayd hym at his 
age of one and twentie yerea. Item I give and beqiieath to Ma- 
thewe Bradburye gent, my kynde sonne in Lawe a Ring of gould 
of fortie shillinges to be graven with my Arms uppon y* signet 
wise. Item I give and bequeath to Anne Whitgifte the wife of 
my sonne John Whitgifte one Ifyng of gould of the like value to 
be graven in the manner aforesayed. I give and bequeathe to 
George Anthony Clerk one Hyng of goulde of twentie shillings. 
Item I give and bequeathe to John Whitgifte the youngest the 
sonne and heire of John Whitgifte my sonne one yron Chest 
standing in the great chamber over the parlor with one Bason 
and Ewer of silver duble guilt seaven silver Bolles guilt with 
silver Covers guilt belonging to each of them twoe Belsalts of 
silver guilt twoe white silver bolles one dozen of silver spoones 
guilt one dozen silver spoones unguilt. All which parcells or 



46 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

peaces of plate before mentioned are usuallie reraayning fast 
locked in the sayed yron chest. Item I give and bequeathe to 
Mary Whitgifte the daughter of my sonne John Whitgifte the 
siimme of twoe hundred markes of good englishe money to be 
})ayed her at her age of Fifteene yeres or at the daye of her mar- 
riage which soever of them shall first happen. Item I give and 
bequeathe to Alexander Woodcocke my man the somrae of Eight 
poundes of good englishe money to be payed hym within one 
yere next after the daye of my death. The Residew of all my 
goods and chattells aswell moveable as unmoveable stocke store 
sommes of money Jewells plate and thinges of what kynde 
nature or qualitie soev. they are or be before by this my last will 
not bequeathed nor given my Debts Legacseys funerall chardges 
and expences payed and dischardged I whollie give and bequeathe 
to John Whitgifte my sonne whom I ordayne and make the sole 
executor of this my last will and testament. And I do appoynte 
and make Thoms Tompson the eider of Berelen in the Covmtie 
of Essex gent. Supervisor of this my last will authorising and 
requesting hym to cause entreat or compell my sayed executor 
iuslie and trulie to accomplishe and performe this my last will 
and testament. And in consideracon of his freindshipp and 
paynes to be ymployed therein I do give and bequeathe to the 
saied Thomas Tompson a Ryng of gould of fortie shillinges to 
be graven with my Amies uppon y' signet wise desyring hym 
according to my truste to call uppon my sayed executor for the 
true accomplishment and performance of his dutie and tidelitie 
in the premises. 

In witness whereof I the said William Whitgifte to this my 
last will have putto my hand to every leafe thereof and sealed 
the whole on the fylinge thereof togeather with my Seale of Arms 
in the presence of those whose names are hereunto subscribed. 
William Whitgift, his mark. 

Sealed signed and delivered in the presence of Thomas Tomp- 
son, Ro. Younge, George Anthonye. 

Proved in the Prerogative Court, at London, Nov. 8, 1615. 
Book Rudd. folio 108. 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 47 

ABSTRACT OF WILL OF GEORGE WHITGIFT. 
George Wliitgift of the town and county of Hertford, Etsq. 
Will dated May 1, 1010 ; proved at London, April 30, 1611. Be- 
queaths to his niece Elizabeth, wife of Wymond Bradhury, Gent, 
and to her children, all his lease and term of years unexpired at 
the time of his death of and in Whaddon Myllne, in the county 
of Surry, granted to him by his brother, the most Reverend 
Father, the late Archbishop of Canterbury. To his niece Jane, 
wife of Matthew Bradbury, Gent, all his lease and term of unex- 
pired 3'-ears in the meadows called Shoulford Meadows, in the 
county of Kent, near Canterbur^^ To his niece Bridget, wife of 
Robert Collingwood, Gent, and to her children, his lease and term 
of years in the farm of Shelvingfoi-d in the comity of Kent. To 
his brother William Whitgift £20 ; to his god-daughter, daughter 
of his nephew John Whitgift, £50 ; to John Whitgift, the 
younger son of said nephew John, his lands in Tony, county of 
Kent ; to Matthew Bradbury, John Whitgift the elder, Robert 
Collingwood, and Anne the wife of said John Whitgift, each a 
gold ring of the value of 40s, for a remembrance. The residue 
of his goods to Robert Collingwood and Wymond Bradbury, 
Avhom he appoints executors. 

ABSTRACT OF WILL OF JOHN WHITGIFT, 

ARCHBISHOP OF CAXTERBURY. 

Dated October 27, 1602, proved March 31, 1604. He desires 
to be buried where it is thought most convenient by his execu- 
tors, but if he dies in Surry (?) to be buried at Croyden, in the 
chapel there within the parish church, which he has appointed 
for the poor scholars to sit. If he dies in Kent to be buried in 
the Cathedral church in Canterbury. He bequeaths to his suc- 
cessor in the office, various musical instruments and other articles 
described in detail. To the Wardens of the Hospital of the 
Holy Trinity in Croydon, all the buildings, appurtenances, furni- 
ture, utensils, etc. To his nephew John Wliitgift his house at 



48 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

Sporm, (?) county Kent, and other property there. Also he 
leaves legacies to his niece Elizabeth Coles and Jane Bradbury. 
Among the legacies are articles of plate and also money. He 
appoints Richard Bancroft, Bishop of London, and his brother 
George VVhitgift, executors. The will was proved by George 
VVhitgift, and December 2, 1618, a further proof was made by 
VVymond Bradbury, as executor of the will of George Whitgift. 

ITEMS FROM HISTORY OF ESSEX, ENGLAND. 

William Bradbury, Esq., of Littlebury, bought estate of "Gif- 
ford's" in 1547 and died in 1.5.30. He left a son Robert, his heir, 
whose younger brother Henry was his successor in 1576, and died 
in 1596, leaving William his son and heir. 

Gifford's was in the parish of Great Samford. Dame Johane 
Bradbury of London, widow, sister of Rev. John Leeche, endowed 
a grammar school at Saffron, VValden, May 18, 1525. 

Henry Mordaunt, living at Thundersley in 1620, married Bar- 
bara, daughter of Henry Bradbury, Esq., of Littlebuiy. 

Wickham Hall purchased after 1557 by Matthew Bradbury, 
second son of Robert and ne2)hew of Thomas, Lord Mayor. He 
was succeeded by his eldest son, William, followed by Matthew, 
he by his son Francis, Avho was succeeded by his brother Matthew, 
whose daughter Dorinda conveyed it to her husband, Joseph 
Sharpe. 

Jane, wife of Henrj^ Bradbury, daughter of Gyles Poulton, 
county of Northampton, died August, 1578. Tablet in Littlebury 
church. 

Langley Hall Grove, conveyed in 1550, to WilHam Bradbury 
who died in possession the same year, leaving his son Robert his 
heir, Avho dying in 1576, was succeeded by his brother Henry 
whose son William died in 1607, leaving his son Henry under age. 

In 1509, Thomas Bradbury died holding Manceden and other 
estates in which he was succeeded by his nephew William Brad- 
bury, son of Robert. 

In 1518, Robert Newport died in j^ossession of the manor of 
Packenham Hall, which he held of Lady Bradbury. 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 49 

Matthew Bradbury bought the manor of Vei'nors in 1551, and 
sold in 1 552. 

Spain's Hall, i)arish of Willingale, Spain, was once in posses- 
sion oi (he Bradbury family. 

Johane Bradbury, widow of Tht)mas Bradbury, died May 11, 
1580. 

Thomas Bradbury died Jan. !), 1509-10. William Bradbury, 
son of lirother Robeil, became heir to Bawdys and Manceden. 



ITEMS FROM HISTORY OF HERTFORDSHIRE, ENG. 

Anne Vernon, 1430, married Sir John Bradbury of Hough 
Derbyshire. 

William Bradbury was rector of Stapleford, July 5, 1664, and 
his successor was appointed Feb. 15, 1677. 

John Jocelyn died July 14, 1525. He married Philippa, daugh- 
ter of William Bradbury of Braughing, Hertz. 

William Bradbury was the patron of Westmill Rectory, March 
31, 1462. 

Robert Bradbury, Esq., patron of Mesdon Rectory, December 
28, 1566. 

William Bradbury, Gent, patron of same December 7, 1575. 

Thomas Bradbury was rector of Mesden, and died before 
March 15, 1513. 

BAPTISMS. 

1572-3, Feb. 23. Alice tilia Willi Bradbury. 

1574, May 16. Wimondus filius Willi Bradbury, etc. 

" " 23. Cordel Alius Thome Bradbury. 

1607, Sept. 2^!. William filius Wymanni Bradbury, gen. Wil- 
liam Bradlniry ar. et William Whitgift et Dua 
Barbara fflud lilii Qui William filius natus est 
13 die Septembris. 
1608-9, Feb. 20. Anna filia Wymanni Bradbury. 
4 



50 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

INQUISITIONS POST MORTEM. 

Inquisition held in Kent, January 20, 1510, first year of Henry 
viii, after the death of Thomas Bradbury, citizen and merchant 
of London, who died January 9, 1510, and William Bradbury 
aged thirty years and more was his heir. Speaks of and describes 
his lands in Chatham and his manors in West coats and Gilling- 
ham, in Kent. Also lands in Essex and Hertfordshire. Men- 
tions his brother George Bradbury of London, merchant. 

Inquisition held in Hertfordshire, Nov. 11, 1510, second year 
of Henry viii, after the death of Thomas Bradbury, wlio died 
Jan. 9, 1510 preceding, and his nephew William Bradbury, son 
of his brother Robert, deceased, was his heir. Manor of Horbury 
and lands in Cherfield, London and Kelshall, in Herts. 

Inquisition held in Bentwood, county Essex, after the death of 
Thomas Bradbury, nephew and heir, William, son of brother 
Robert Bradbury. Mentions Thomas and Joan, children of John 
and Philippa Joselyn, Humphrey, son of William, and Elizabeth 
Tyrell and George Bowman. 

Inquisition held in Chelmsford, county Essex, June 10, 1580, 
after the death of Joan Bradbury, relict of Thomas Bradbury, 
late of the city of London, merchant. She died May 11, 15*29, 
at Coleman sti'eet, London. Mentions her daughter, wife of 
Thomas Crofford, and their daughter Joan ; daughter of Eliza- 
beth, wife of William Tyrell, and their son Humphrey. No 
Bradburys are named in the inquisition. 

Inquisition in Ware, county Herts, Oct. 25, 155(>, the fourth 
year of Edward vi, after the death of William Bradbury, Esq., 
who died August 26, previous, and his son Robert, aged twelve 
years, was his heir. 

Inquisition in Stratford Langthorne, county Essex, April 30, 
1577, the nineteenth year of Elizabeth, after the death of Robert 
Bradbury, Avho lived at Ramesden and died on the eleventh of 
the preceding January. Mentions his wife, brothers Thomas and 



BRABBUUY MEMORIAL. 51 

Henry, James Tremill, his sister's son, and godson Robert 
Fulnelby. 

Inquisition at same place as last, Oct. !29, 1587, twenty-ninth 
year of the reign of Elizabeth, after the death of Matthew 
Bradbury, who died at Wicken, June 19, 1585, and William 
Bradbury, aged forty-one at the time of his father's death, was 
his son and heir. Ann, wife of said William, is mentioned. 
Manor of Wicken Hall alias Wicken Bonant. 

Inquisition held at Stratford Langthorne, April 29, 1597, thirty- 
ninth year of Elizabeth, after the death of Henry Bradbury of 
Littlebury, county Essex, whose son and heir was William Brad- 
bury, aged twenty-one years and six months. Wife Marian and 
eldest brother Robert mentioned ; also John Daniell and his wife 
Margaret. Manors of Missenden, Catmerehall, Langley Hall and 
Wimbishe. 

Inquisition at Chelmsford, county Essex, April 21, 1615, thir- 
teenth year of James i , after the death of William Bradbury, 
whose son Henry, aged seventeen, was his heir. Wife Marian. 
Extract from the will of his father Henry; mentions Langley 
Hall. 

Inquisition at Stratford Langthorne, Oct. 30, 1611, ninth of 
James i, after the death of Robert Bradbury, Gent, who died 
Sept. 30, i^receding, and Martha Bradbury, one of his daughters, 
was at that time five years, eight months and thirty days old. 
He was seized before and at the time of his death of the lordship 
of Cheswick Hall, and had lands in Chresthall, Elmden and Loftes 
in Essex. 

Inquisition held Nov. 9, 1624, twenty-second of James t, after 
the death of John Bradbury, who died August 1, preceding, and 
his posthumous son and heir, Matthew, was born Aug. 7, 1624. 
Wife Mary, brother Francis Bradbury, and mother Jane Brad- 
bury. 



52 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

Inquisition nt Barking, county Essex, Dec. 14, 1624, twenty- 
second of James i, after the death of Matthew IJradlniry of 
Wicken, county Essex, Gent, who was the son and heir apparent 
of William Bradbury, lord of the manor of Wicken, alias Wicken 
Hall, alias Wicken Bonhunte. John Bradbury, aged twenty-four, 
son and heir of Matthew ; Jane, wife of Matthew, and Anne, wife 
of said William. Mentions Henry Bradbury of Littlebury, and 
William Whitgift. 

Inquisition at Stratford Langthornc, Oct, 81,1645, twenty-tirst 
of Charles i, after the death of Matthew Bradl)ury, Avho died 
Sept. 23, preceding, without issue. He was the son and heir of 
John Bradbury, Esq., whose inquisition is dated Nov. 9, 1624. 
Mary, wife of said John Bradbury, married, secondly, Charles 
Millicent, Esq., and died in November, 1628. Francis Bradbury, 
brother of said John, by wife Bridget, had a son Francis who, 
his father having deceased, became heir to his cousin Matthew, 
aforesaid, and at this time was eight months, three weeks and 
four days old. Mentions the manor of Wicken. 

Inquisition at Deptford, county Kent, June 8, 16(lo, after the 
death of Thomas Bradbury, Gent. Lands in Shoppy, etc. Ma- 
nor house in Milton. 

Inquisition at Bakewell, county Derby, May 27, 1616, eighth of 
James i, after the death of Nicholas Bradbury of Ollersett, Gent, 
who died at Ollersett, April 12, 1614, and Edmond Bradbury, his 
son and heir, was then thirty-four years old. 

Inquisition held at Cannock, county Strafford, Aj)ril 8, 1687, 
after the death of Ral[>h Bradbury, son of John and Anne Brad- 
bury. He died September 8, 1686, twelfth of Charles i, and his 
daughter Elizabeth, aged eight years and six months, was his heir. 
He had lands in East Greenwich, county Kent, and in Cheadle- 
ton, county Stafford. 

Inquisition held at Stratford Hawthorne, county Essex, after 
the death of Matthew Bradbury, Oct. 26, 1587, twenty-ninth of 




AGE VS 



BEADBUBY MEMOBIAL. 53 

Elizabeth. He died at Wieken Bonant, June 19, 1585. William 
Bradbury is his son and heir, aged forty-one at the time of his 
father's death. Anne was wife of William. Speaks of the manor 
Wieken, alias Wieken Hall, alias Wycken Bonant. The doc- 
ument was written in Latin, as all such were. 



WILL OF WILLIAM BRADBURY, 

OF WICKEN BOISTANT. 

In the name of God amen, the nyenth daye of Aprill in the 
yeres of the Raigne of our Soveraigne Lord Jeames by the grace 
of god of Ingland Scotland Fraunce and Ireland Kinge, defender 
of the fayth etc. That ys to saye of Ingland Fraynce and Ire- 
land the twentieth & of Scotland the fyve and fyftieth. I W" 
Bradburie of Wieken Bonant in the countie of Essex Esquire 
beinge of good and pfect Remembrance lawd and prayse be 
gy ven to allmyghtie god do ordeyne & make this my last will and 
testament in wryting as followeth. Fyrst I bequeath my soule 
into the hands of allmighty god my creator and maker hopinge 
of salvation by the death & passion of his sonne my lord & 
savior Jesus Christ & my bodie I will to be in Christien buriall 
according to the descretion of my executor hereafter named & 
appointed. And as towiching the disposition of all & singular 
my goods and chattells as well moveable as immoveable whatso- 
ever I gyve and dispose to my well beloved sonne Wimond 
Bradburie whome I make ordeyne constitute and appoint execu- 
tor of this my last will & testament. 

In testimony whereof I have hereunto sett my hand scale 
the day and yeare abovesaid. 

William Bradbukt. 
Sealed and delyvered 
ill the p'sens of us 

John Barlee 

Thomas Chessluere. 

Proved May 6, 1623. 



54 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

This closes our brief and somewhat fragmentary ac- 
count of the Bradbury family of England. Much of it 
is irrelevant to the line of Thomas, the emigrant, but 
it is not without interest as showing the standing of 
the family in England several centuries ago. The 
Bradburys, or many of them, were large land owners, 
and consequently men of influence and standing in 
both church and state. The lord mayor, who had 
been a distinguished London merchant and was pos- 
sessed of great wealth, was a devoted Catholic, as were 
all the chief men and women of England at that date. 
Some of the provisions of his will, which appear ridic- 
ulous in the light of the nineteenth century, were in 
perfect keeping with the superstitions of the age in 
which he lived. The wording and provisions of the 
will of William Bradbury, father of Wymond, executed 
little more than a century later, are in strong contrast 
with those expressed in the will of Sir Thomas, and go 
to emphasize the great changes in religious sentiment 
which a hundred years had wrought. The wording in 
William Bradbury's will is quite similar to that in the 
will of his grandson Thomas, which was probated in 
Salem, Essex County, Mass., near the close of the same 
century. 

The compiler desires not to be held responsible for 
errors in dates or for other discrepancies which may 
be found in the foregoing extracts from English ar- 
chives. Doubtless there are errors in the original 
records, and others may have been made in copying. 
In the will of Sir Thomas Bradbury, and in other an- 



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cient documents, care has been taken to follow the 
original orthography, which somewhat obscures the 
meaning to the modern reader, unacquainted with an- 
cient forms of expression and ancient modes of spelling. 
The compiler will only add that these documents are 
printed in the manner and form in Avhich they came 
into his hands. 

We are now ready to take up the lines of which 
Thomas Bradbury, the early settler in Salisbury, Mass., 
is the head, and in order that his English descent 
may be clearly understood, it is epitomized below as 
follows : — 

RoBEKT^, of OUersett, county of Derby. 

William^, of Braughing, county of Hertfoi'dshire. 

Robert^ of Littlebury, county of Essex. 

William*, of Littlebury, county of Essex. 

Matthew^ of Wicken Bonant, county of Essex. 

William*^, of Wicken Bonant, county of Essex. 

Wymond', of the "Brick House," Wicken Bonant. 

TnoMAsl of Salisbury, Mass. 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL 



THOMAS BRADBURY OF SALISBURY, MASS, 



SOBE OF HIS DESCENDANTS 



DECENDANTS OF THOMAS BRADBURY. 



FIRST GENERATION. 

Thomas^ Bradbury, (Thomas^ in the English pedi- 
gree), second son of Wymond and Elizabeth (Gill nee 
Whitgift) Bradbury, was baptized at Wicken-Bonant, 
Essex County, England, on the last day of February, 
1610-11, as appears by the parish register. Early in 
1634 he appeared at Agamenticus, now York, Me., as 
the agent or steward of Sir Ferdinando Gorges, the 
proprietor of the Province of Maine. He was one of 
the original proprietors of the ancient town of Salis- 
bury, Mass., one of the earliest settlers there, and was 
one of the foremost citizens there for a period of more 
than half a century. He was made a freeman in 1640, 
held at various times the offices of schoolmaster of the 
town, town clerk, justice of the peace, deputy to the 
general court, county recorder, associate judge and 
captain of the military company, and always filled 
these important positions with credit to himself and 
satisfaction to the public. For a recording officer he 
was peculiarly fitted by his tastes and acquirements. 
He wrote an easy, graceful and legible hand, and had 
a clear and concise style of expression. His chirog- 
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60 BBADBUEY MEMORIAL. 

ments on file in the archives of Essex County, Mass., 
and also at Exeter, N. H. In 1636, Mr. Bradbury 
became a grantee of Salisbury, and that year married 
Mary, daughter of John and Judith Perkins, of Ips- 
wich.* In the days of the witchcraft delusion, she 
was tried as a witch and convicted, but escaped pun- 
ishment. Mr. Bradbury died March 16, 1695, and his 
widow died Dec. 20, 1700. 

THOMAS BRADBURY'S WILL. 

In the name of God, amen. The fourteenth day of February, 
in the year of our Lord one thousand six hundred and ninety- 
four. I Thomas Bradbury of the town of Salisbury in the Prov- 
ince of the Massachusetts Bay in New England, aged, weak in body, 
but of good and perfect memory, thanks be to God Almighty for 
the same, do make, ordain, constitute and declare this my last will 
and testament in manner and form following: revoking and 
annulling by these presents, all and every testament or testa- 
ments, will or wills heretofore by me made and declared either bj'' 
word or by writing, and this to be taken onl}^ for my last will and 
testament and none other : And being penitent for my sins, I 

*Mary Perkins was the daughter of John Perkins, the elder, of Ips- 
wich, who was born in Gloucestershire, England, in 1500, embarked with 
his family at Bristol, England, in the ship Lyon, Capt. Wm. Pearce, 
master, and after a very tempestuous voyage arrived in Boston, Feb. 5, 
1631. Roger Williams was a fellow-passenger. Mr. Perkins was admit- 
ted freeman. May 18, 1631, remained in Boston two years, and then 
removed to Ipswich. He was representative to the General Court in 
163(5, held various town offices, and was a man of respectability. He 
owned a large island at the mouth of Ipswich river, which was known as 
Perkins' Island. He died previous to 1655, at the age of 64 years. By 

wife Judith he had six children, viz. : John^ m. Elizabeth , Thomas^ 

m. Phebe Gould, Elizabeth"^ m. William Sargent, Mary- m. Thomas Brad- 
bury, Lydia^ m. Benuet, and Jacob, b. 1624. m. Elizabeth, who died 

in Ipswich, Feb. 12, 1685. John Perkins has a numerous posterity. 



BRADBURV MEMORIAL. 61 

give and commit my soul unto Almighty God my Saviour and my 
redeemer in whom by the merits of Jesus Christ I trust and 
believe it assuredly to be saved ; and my body to be buried in 
such place where it shall please my executors to appoint : And 
for the settling of my temporal estate, such goods, chattels and 
debts as it hath pleased God far above my deserts to bestow upon 
me, I do order, give and dispose the same in manner and form 
following, that is to say : lirst, I will that all those debts and 
duties that I owe in right and conscience to any manner of per- 
son or persons in favor, shall be well and truly contented and 
paid or ordained to be paid within convenient time after my 
decease. So by my execiitor or executrixes hereafter named. 
Item. I give and bequeath unto my grandchildren, Thomas 
Bradbury and Jacob Bradbury, all my housing and lands which I 
have now situate, lying and being Avithin the bounds of Salisbury 
aforenamed and which arable lands and meadow marsh, pasture 
and swamp lands, or of what sort soever they be, with all rights 
privileges and commonages thereunto belonging or any ways 
appertaining ; unto them my said grandchildren and the heirs of 
their body lawfully begotten ; the given and beqiieathed and 
demised to be equally divided between my said grandchildren 
Thomas and Jacob, and not to be disposed by selling, letting or 
any other ways improved, but each to other, and my said grand- 
children shall pay unto their Aunt True fourteen pounds, each of 
them in good pay within one year after they come to the age of 
one and twenty years. As also my said grandchildren shall acquit 
and discharge their brother, William Bradbury from all orders of 
court concerning the division of their father's estate; also my 
will is that my said grandchildren Thomas and Jacob shall pay 
unto their grandmother, twenty bushels of corn yearl}^, such as 
she shall have need of during her natural life and to find her 
sufficient wood, winter and summer cut and fit ; as also winter 
and summer meat for two cows, all during her natural life or 
widowhood : and my will is that my wife what part of my house 
she thinks meet to require unto the lialf of it, shall have during 
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thinks good to require the same. Item. I give and hequeath 
unto my grandchild Thomas Bradbury all my implements of hus- 
bandry and also my young colt. Item. I give and bequeath 
unto my daughter Mary Stanyan twenty shillings she having had 
her i)ortion upon her marriage. Item. I give and bequeath unto 
my daughter Jane True ten pounds to be made in good pay within 
one year after my decease. Item. I give to my grandchild 
Elizal)eth Buss five pounds in good pay. Also my will is that 
five pounds be delivered to the selectmen in good pay, then in 
being of said town of Salisbury by them to be disposed to such 
of the poor as they judge to have most need of it. And lastly, 
I do ordain and ai)i)oint my dearly and well beloved wife, Mary 
Bradbury and my dearly and well beloved daughter Judith Moody 
my executors or executrixes to this my last will and testament. 

In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the 
day and year above named. 



-^T^-.^roG^U^ Seal. 



Signed sealed and declared to be the last 
will and testament of Mr. Thomas 
Bradbury in ye presence of 
William Buswell, 
Isaac Buswkll, 
William Buswell, Jk. 



Mr. Bradbury way appointed first clerk of the writs 
in Salisbury in 1641. In 1651, he was chosen a deputy 
to the General Court, and again successively in 1652, 
1656, 1657, 1660, 1661 and 1666. In 1654. 1656 and 
1658, and 1659, he was appointed on various commit- 
tees to settle ditt'erences concerning lands, to fix bound- 
aries and locate grants. As agent for Gorges, he exe- 
cuted some of the earliest deeds recorded in the York 
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May, 1636, reads as follows: "Thomas Bradbury, Gent., 
now agent of Sir Ferdinando Gorges, Knight, confirmed 
unto Edward Johnson for the proper use of John Tre- 
worgy of Dartmouth, merchant, the use of five hun- 
dred acres of land, conditioned to pay annually one 
hundred of merchantable cod dried and well condi- 
tioned, as an jicknowledgement of the royalty of Sir 
Ferdinando Gorges, Knight, to Sir Ferdinando Gorges 
or his assigns, at or upon the Feast of Saint Michaels, 
the Arch High Angel." This sufficiently establishes 
the fact that Mr. Bradbury was the recognized agent 
of the proprietor of the Province of Maine, granted 
together with New Hampshire, by royal patent in 1622, 
to Gorges and Mason, and taken as his portion by 
Gorges, in 1629. 

During the trial of Mrs. Bradbury, July 28, 1692, 
upon the charge of being a witch, her aged and devoted 
husband bore testimony to her high character and the 
purity of her life in the following terms : "Concerning 
my beloved wife, Mary Bradbury, this is what I have 
to say : We have been married fifty-five years, and she 
hath been a loving and faithful wife unto me unto this 
day. She hath been wonderful laborious, diligent 
and industrious in her place and employment about the 
bringing up of our family which have been eleven 
children of our own, and four grandchildren. She was 
both prudent and provident, of a cheerful spirit, liberal 
and charitable. She being now very aged and weak, 
and grieved under affictions, may not be able to speak 
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others might be. I hope her Ufe and conversation 
among her neighbors has been such as gives a better 
or more real testimony than can ])e expressed by 
words." 

One hundred and eighteen of Mrs. Bradbury's ac- 
quaintances, consisting of both men and women, gave 
evidence as follows : ''We the subscribers do testify 
that it (her life) was such as becomes the gospel. She 
was a lover of the ministry in all appearance, and a 
diligent attender upon God's holy ordinances, being of 
a courteous and peaceable disposition and carriage, 
neither did any of us (some of wliom have lived in 
the town with her above fifty years), ever hear or 
know that she had any difference or falling out with 
any of her neighbors, man, woman or child, but was 
always ready and willing to do for them what lay in 
her power, night and day, though with hazard of her 
health and other danger. More might be spoken in 
her commendation, but this for the present." 

To the charge of witchcraft, Mrs. Bradbury pleaded 
not guilty, and this is what she said in her own behalf: 
"I am wholly innocent of any such wickedness through 
the goodness of God who has kept me hitherto. I am 
the servant of Jesus Christ and have given myself up 
to him as my only Lord and Saviour, and to the dilli- 
gent attendance upon him in all his holy ordinances, 
in utter contempt and defiance of the devil and all his 
works as horrid and detestable, and have accordingly 
endeavored to frame my life and conversation accord- 
ing to the rules of His holy word, and in that faith and 



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practice, resolve by the help and assistance of God to 
continue to my life's end. For the truth of what I 
say, I humbly refer mj-self to my brethren and neigh- 
bors that know me, and unto the searcher of all hearts 
for the truth and uprightness of my heart therein 
(human frailties and unavoidable excepted), of which 
1 bitterly complain every day." 

Rev. James Allen testified as follows : "I, bavins: 
lived nine years at Salisbury in the work of the min- 
istry, and now four years in the office of pastor, to my 
best notice and observation of Mrs. Bradbury, she hath 
lived according to the rules of the gospel amongst us ; 
was a constant attender upon the ministry of the word, 
and all the ordinances of the gospel; full of works of 
charity and mercy to the sick and poor; neither have 
I seen or heard anything of her unbecoming the pro- 
fession of the gospel," 

Upham, the historian of the Salem witchcraft, says 
of Mrs. Bradbury : "The position as well as character 
and age of Mary (Perkins) Bradbury, entitled her to 
the highest consideration in the structure of society at 
the time. This is recognized in the title 'Mrs.' uni- 
formly given her. She had been noted through life 
for energy, business capacity, and influence ; her hus- 
band Thomas Bradbury had been a prominent charac- 
ter in the colony for more than fifty years." 

The character of the evidence used against Mrs. 

Bradbury may be judged by the following: "The 

deposition of William Carr, who testifieth and saith 

that, about thirteen j^ears ago, presently after some 
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difference that happened to be between my honored 
father, Mr. George Carr, and Mrs. Bradbury, the pris- 
oner at tlie bar, upon a Sabbath at noon, as we were 
riding home by the house of Capt. Thomas Bradbury, 
I saw Mrs. Brad])ury go into her gate, turn the corner 
of, and immediatel}^ there darted out of her gate a 
blue boar, and darted at ni}^ father's horse's legs which 
made him stumble ; but I saw it no more. And my 
father said, 'Boys, what did you see?' And we both 
.said, ' A blue boar.' " 

This venerable woman was about eighty years of 
iige when she was arrested for the crime of bewitching 
John Carr so that he became crazed and prematurely 
died. The testimony of William Carr at the trial, 
went to show that his brother fell in love with Jemima 
True, but the proposed match being opposed and 
broken off by the father of young Carr, on account of 
his youth, he became melancholy and at times insane. 
He further stated that he was with his brother and 
cared for him in his last sickness, and that his brother 
died peaceably and quietly, and never spoke anything 
to the harm of Mrs. Bradbury or anybody else. Mrs. 
Brad))ury was defended by Major Robert Pike. She 
was convicted with four others who were executed 
September, 1G92. Mrs. Bradbury escaped punishment, 
but by what means, does not appear.* 

*Tlie Salem witchcraft craze was one of the most remarkable delusions 
<3n record. It affected all classes of the community, and was a sad com- 
mentary on the intelligence of the period as well as a plague spot upon 
the ermine of the judiciary. It broke out in the year 1692, and within 
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SECOND GENERATION. 

The children of Thomas^ and Mary Bradbuiy, all 
except the eldest born in Salisbnrj^, were as follows : — 

2 i Wymond-, b. Apr. 1, 1637, m. May 7, 1661, Sarah Pike. 

3 ii Judith', b. October 2, 1638, m. Oct. 9, 1665, Caleb 

Moody* of Newbury. 

4 iii Thomas', b. Jan. 2<S, 1641 ; he was living in 1662, but 

probably died unmarried. 

5 iv Mary2, b. March 17, 1643, m. Dec. 17, 1663, John 

Stanyan of Hampton, N. H. 
Jane-, b. May 11, 1645, m. March 15, 1668, Henry True. 
Jacob-, b. June 17, 1647, d. at Barbadoes, unmarried. 
Williams b. Sept. 15, 1649, m. March 12, 1672, Re- 

becca Maverick nee Wheelwright. 

Burroughs, formerly minister at Casco Bay, and later of Salem Village, 
were tried, convicted on the most ridiculous testimony, and executed on 
" Gallows Hill," in Salem. The principal charge against Mr. Burroughs 
was his great physical strength. The great Cotton Mather was present 
on horseback and consented to his death, and while he was suspended in 
mid-air, the great divine harrangued the peojjle and congratulated them 
on the good work accomplished. It was pre-eminently a reign of terror. 
No one felt safe. The most eminent citizens of Essex County, noted for 
intelligence and lifelong piety, were arrested and dragged to prison, tried 
and condemned on the most unreliable evidence, and executed in the 
most brutal manner. Finally the imprisonments, torturings and execu- 
tions rose to such a height as to be no longer endurable, and a sudden 
revulsion of feeling put a stop to the whole infamous business. There 
was no execution after September 22, and a general jail delivery of all 
the accused took place the May following. It seems strange that Gov. 
Phips should permit the persecution to proceed as far as it did. He 
alone had the power to nip the miserable business in the bud, but he 
showed no disposition to interfere to stay the judicial slaughter of iimo- 
cents, until the bubble burst by its own tension. 

*Caleb Moody, son of William, the emigrant who settled at Newbury, 
married first, Sara Pierce, and had issue. She died August 25, 1665, and 
lie married Judith Bradbury, Nov. i), 1665. The children by this mar- 
riage were Caleb, b. Sept. 9, 1666; Thomas, b. Oct. 20, 1668; Judith, b. 
Sept 23, 1669, and died at Salisbury, January 28, 1679; Joshua, b. Nov. 3, 



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Elizabeth^, b. Nov. 7, 1651, m. Way 12, 1678, John 

Ijuss* of Durham, N. H. 
John^ b. April 20, 1654, d. unmarried, Nov. 24, 1678. 
AnnS b. April 16, 1656, d. 1659. 
Jabez2,b. June 27, 1658, d. April 28, 1677. 



THIRD GENERATION. 

Wymond^ BiiADBURY (Thomas^) married Sarah, 
daughter of Robert and Sarah (Sanders) Pikef, May 7, 
1661. He died April 7, 1669, on the Ishmd of Nevis, 
in the West Indies. This is stated in a record made 

1671; William, b. Dec. 15, 1G73; Samuel, b. Jan. 4, 1676; he graduated at 
Harvard College, 1697, was ordained at York, Dec. 20, 1700, and died 
there Nov. 13, 1747; Mary, b. Oct. 23, 1678, and Judith, b. Feb. 12, 1683. 
Caleb Moody, senior, died Aug. 25, 1698, and his widow died January 24, 
1700. Caleb Moody, junior, married Ruth Morse by whom he had eight 
children. His fifth child, Eleanor, b. October 17, 1700, married James 
Bridges of Andover, whose son Moody Bridges, married Naamah Frye, 
and was the father of Sarah Bridges, who married John Dean who was 
the father of Charles Dean who married Patienre Tappan Kingsbury, 
and who was the father of John Ward Dean, a. m., the eminent historian 
and editor of the New England Geneological Register. Moody Bridges 
also had a daughter Sarah Naamah Bridges, born Sept. 7, 1748, who mar- 
ried Jedediah Jewett of Exeter, N. H., and Pittston, Me., whose daugh- 
ter, Martha Jewett, married James North, and was the mother of James 
William North, author of the History of Augusta. 

*Rev. John Buss was the minister at Oyster River, now Durham, N. H. 
In 1694, his house was burned by the Indians and many valuable records 
destroyed. John Buss died in 1737 at a very advanced age. Elizabeth 
Buss, daughter of Rev. John and Elizabeth (Bradbury) Buss, marride 
James Smith, who was the ancestor of Col. Thomas Westbrook Smith of 
Augusta, Me., whose daughter, Eliza Ann, became the wife of Hon. 
James W. Bradbury. 

t Robert Pike was one of the most remarkable men of the period in 
which he lived. Born in England in 1616, he came to Salem, Mass., with 
his father's family when nineteen years of age. He was one of the 
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by his father and now in Essex Connty archives, in 
Salem, Mass. Sarah, wicluw of Wyniond Bradbury, 
married, second, John Stockman, who died December 
10, 1686, and b}" him she had five children. The chil- 
dren of Wymond and Sarah Bradbury were : — 

13 i Sarah^ b. Feb. 26, 1662, m. Abraham Merrill. 

14 ii Ann^, b. Nov. 22, 1666, m. Jeremy Allen. 

15 iii Wymond^, b. May 13, 1669, m. Mariah Cotton. 

his death in 1707, aged 91 years. He married Sarah Sanders and had a 
family of eight children, one of whom was Rev. John Pike, minister in 
Dover. His biographer says of Robert Pike tliat he was engaged in three 
conspiciions controversies during his life. The first was his arraignment 
by the General Court in 1653, for his hostility to the persecution of the 
Quakers. The second was his resistance to the dogmatic authority of 
the clergy, in the person of his pastor, Rev. John Wheelwright. The 
third was his bitter opposition to the witchcraft prosecutions in 1692. In 
all of these controversies, Mr. Pike stood practically alone. He was a 
century in advance of his time, and a century more than vindicated his 
advanced positions. The historian of the Salem witchcraft delusion says 
that "not a voice comes down to us of deliberate and effective hostility 
to the movement, except that of Robert Pike in his cool, close and pow- 
erful argumentative appeal to the judges who were trying the witchcraft 
cases. It stands out against the deep blackness of those proceedings 
like a pillar of light upon a starless midnight sky." Confronting the 
judges stood this sturdy old man, his head whitened with the frosts of 
seventy-six winters, and demonstrated that there was no legal way of 
convicting a witch, even according to the laws and beliefs of those times. 
It required no small amount of courage for him to take the stand he did 
against the opinions of the highest judicial tribunal in the province, 
when no one was considered safe from the charge of having dealings 
with the evil one, and he himself might be the next one ariaigned. But 
having the courage of his convictions he rose to the demands of the 
situation and proclaimed his opposition by a formal and thorough expo- 
sition. The great merit of this position, so far as it has come down to 
us, belongs solely to him, and no man of his century is entitled to 
greater honor. He was a leading man in Salisbury, often associated 
with Thomas Bradbury on committees and commissions for the transac- 
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s 

William^ Bradbuey (Thomas^), married Rebecca, 
widow of Samuel Maverick, jr., and daughter of Rev. 
John Wheelwright. Her first husband died at Boston, 
March 10, 1664. Samuel Maverick, jr., was the son 
of the king's commissioner ; Rev. John Wheelwright 
was the founder of Exeter, N. H., and his wife Mary 
was daughter of Edward Hutchinson, and grand- 
daughter of John Hutchinson, mayor of London, Eng- 
land. William Bradbury died Dec. 4, 1678, and his 
widow died Dec. 20. ] 678. Their children were brought 
up by their grandparents, and two of them are men- 
tioned in his will. 

Children : 

16 i William^ b. Oct. 16, 1672 ; m. Sarah Cotton. 

17 ii Thomas^ b. Dec. 24, 1074; m. Jemima True.* 

18 iii JacoP, b. Sept. 1, 1677 ; m. Elizabeth Stockman. 

member of the General Court, and hail a much longer service in that 
capacity and as councilor and assistant, than any of his contemporaries. 
He was well educated, wrote a fine, flowing hand, a^jparently with great 
facility, and was an eloquent and forcible si^eaker. He defended Mrs. 
Mary Bradbury on her trial for wichcraft, but all eloquence and argument 
were lost upon the infatuated judges and jury. It is a marvel how Mr. 
Pike breasted the storm, when any resistence to the pojiular demand was 
deemed evidence of complicity with witches, imps and all the powers of 
darkness, to overthrow the true church on earth. He also plead the 
cause of Susanna Martin, whose memory is perpetuated by the poet 
Whittier, and of several others of the accused, and his opposition to the 
infamous proceedings and rulings of the court, and the insane demands 
of the people, appear to have caused no charge to be made against him. 

*She was the daughter of Henry '^j jr., and Jane (Bradbury) True, and 
cousin to her husband. Henry True', the ancestor of the Xew England 
family of this name, was of Salem, Mass., in 1644, and according to the 
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FOURTH GENERATION. 

15 
Wymond'^ Bradbury (WjmioncF, Thomas^), married 
Mariah, daughter of Rev. John, jr., and Joanna (Ros- 
seter) Cotton,* who was born January 14, 1672. Her 
father was the son of Rev. John and Sarah (Story) 
Cotton, and her mother the daughter of Dr. Bryan 
Rosseterf of Guilford, Conn. Wymond Bradbury died 

Israel, daughter of John Pike. He removed to Salisbury and was there 
made a freeman in 1673. Henry- True, jr., married Jane, daughter of 
Thomas Bradbury. He lived at Salisbury and had the following chil- 
dren: i Mary3, b. May 30, 1668; ii William^ b. June, 1670; iii Henry^, 
b. Jan. 6, 1674 ; iv Jane'', b. Dec. 5, 1676 ; v John^ b. Feb. 23, 1679 ; vi 
Jemima^, b. March 16, 1681, m. Thomas-' Bradbury (17); vii Jabez-', b. Feb. 
19, 1683. 

*John Cotton, jr., and Joanna Rosseter were married ISTovember 7, 
1660. Mrs. Cotton was born in July, 1642. She was a very amiable 
woman and had uncommon intellectual endowments. Great pains w'ere 
taken Avith her education. She had poetic talent, was well versed in the 
Latin and other languages, and had a "good insight into the medical 
arts." They had eleven children, as follows: John, b. August 3, 1661; 
Elizabeth, b. August 5, 1663; Sarah, b. June 17, 1665, d. Sept. 8, 1669; 
Roland, b. at Plymouth, Dec. 27, 1667; Sarah, b. Apr. .5, 1670, m. William 
Bradbury; Mariah, b. Jan. 14, 1671-72, m. Wymond Bradbury; Josiah, 
b. Sept. 10, 1675, d. Jan. 9, 1676-77; Samuel, b. Feb. 10, 1677-78, d. Dec 
23, 1682; Josiah, b. Jan. 8, 1679-80; Theophilus, b. May 5, 1682. 

tDr. Bryan Rosseter, son of Mr. Edward Rosseter, was a gentleman of 
liberal education, and early chose the medical profession as his life pur- 
suit. He settled first at Windsor, Conn., but afterward moved to Guil- 
ford, when that township was under the government of the New Haven 
Colony. A letter written by him Sept. 24, 1669, mentions the death of 
his daughter Sarah, August 9, and her mother, overcome wutli grief, 
took no sustenance for ten days, and died August 29. Then the second 
day of the following week the grand-daughter Sarah died. Dr. Bryan 
Rosseter died Sept. 30, 1672. "He was a good man, and one that feared 
God, with his household." Beside -Mrs. Cotton, his children were John, 
Josiah, Sarah, and Susanna who married Zachariah Walker. 



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in York. Me , April 17, 1734. His widow married 
John Heard of Kittery, and died in that town January 
30, 1736. 

Children : 
19 i Jabez"*, b. Jan. 26, 1693 ; d. Jan. 13, 1781. He resided 
in Boston and was never married. 

Wymond', b. 4ug. 18, 1695 ; m. Phebe Young. 

John^ b. Sept. 9, 1697 ; m. Abigail Young^ s. York, Me. 

Rowland*, b. Dec. 15, 1699; m. Mary Greenleaf. 

AnnS b. March 9, 1702 ; m. 1743, Jabez Fox of Falmouth . 

Josiah*, b. July 25, 1704 ; m. Anna Stevens. 

Theophilus*, b. July 8, 1706; m. Ann Woodman. 

26 viii Maria'', b. , 1708 ; m. Samuel Service of Boston. 

27 ix Jerusha', b. July 5, 1711 ; m. Johnf Pulling of Salem. 

*Jabez Bradbury was long in the military service of the Colony, and 
was an officer of ability and conspicuous bravery. He was appointed to 
command Fort Richmond, situated on the right bank of the Kennebec 
river at the head of Swau island, June 13, 1734, and in Sept., 1747, he was 
in command of George's Fort near Penobscot. "A party of the enemy 
{Indians) appeared at George's Fort in the eastward. Lieut. Kilpatrick, 
with twenty-five men, went from the blockhouse to scour the woods and 
haul wood to the landing-place. They were soon fired upon by the 
Indians. Captain Bradbury hearing the report of the guns, issued from 
the fort with a party of his men and engaged them ; fought them about 
two hours, in wliich time four men were killed." — (Nile's Indian Wars.) 
■"In September, 1749, Lieut.-Governor Phips communicated to the Council 
a letter from Captain Bradbury who commanded the fort near Penobscot, 
informing them that the Indians there were desirous to treat with the 
government and be at peace with it." — (Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll., vol. 9, p. 
219.) 

t Jolin Pulling of Salem, Avho married .Jerusha* Bradbury for his second 
wife, had by this marriage one son, Edward Pulling, who graduated from 
Harvard College in 1775, and became a distinguished lawyer in Salem. 
Edward Pulling had daughter Mary Robinson Pulling, who became the 
wife of Dr. Daniel Oliver, and had Fitch Edward Oliver, M.n., of Boston, 
and Rev. Andrew Oliver, who graduated from Harvard College in 1842, 
and is a Protestant Episcopal clergyman in New York City, and a pro- 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 73 

16 
William^ Bradbury (William^, Thomas^), married 
March 16, 1697, Sarah, daughter of Rev. John Cotton, 
jr., and sister of Mariah Cotton ante. She was born 
April 5, 1670, and died Feb. 21, 1733. He died April 
20, 1756. He resided at Salisbury. 

Children : 

28 i Samuels > ^^^^. ^^ ^^^^.^j^ ^3, 1698 ; d. younff. 

29 ii Infants ) ' ' . f= 

30 iii Williams b. June 30, 1G99 ; d. young. 

31 iv JohnS h. June 30, 1699 ; m. Hannah Greely. 

32 V JamesS b. May 9, 1701 ; m. EHzabeth Sanders. 

33 vi Rebeccas b. Jan. 17, 1703. 

34 vii Jacobs b. Aug. 21, 1704. 

35 viii Joanna*, b. June 7, 1706. 

36 ix MaryS b. March 18, 1708. 

37 X Sarahs ^^- Jan. 10, 1710. 

38 xi CrispS b. April 21, 1712 ; m. Mary Paine. 

39 xii Benjamins b. Jan. 24, 1714; m. Jemima True. 

40 xiii BarnabasS b. April 14, 1716 ; m. Miriam Morse. 

17 
Thomas^ Bradbury (Willianr, Thomas^), married 
for his first wife, October 30, 1700, Jemima True, his 
cousin, who was born March 16, 1681, and died Dec. 
5, 1700. For second wife Thomas Bradbury married, 
October 14, 1702, Mary Hilton, who died June 15, 
1723. 

fessor in the General Theological Seminary. Among the relics preserved 
in the family are the mom-uing ring of Jerusha (Bradbury) Pulling, and 
a piece of silver ware which belonged to her mother, Mariah (Cotton) 
Bradbury. 



74 BRADBUEY MEMORIAL. 

Children : 

41 i Jemima*, b. Jainiary 25, 1704; m. May 22, 1725, Wil- 

liam Chandler* of Woodstock, Conn. 

42 ii Child, b. June 11, 1707. There may have been other 

children not on record. 

18 
Jacob^ Bradbury (William^, Thomas^), married Eliz- 
abeth Stockman, July 26, 1698, and died May 4, 1718. 
She was the daughter of Rev. John Stockman and his 
wife Sarah, daughter of Major Robert Pike and widow 
of Wymond^ Bradbury. 

Children : 

43 i Thomas*, b. Aug. 16, 1699; m. 1724, Sarah Merrill. 

44 ii Ann*, b. Sept. 23, 1701 ; d. Oct. 16, following. 

45 iii Anna*, b. Sept. 3, 1702; m. 1721, Capt. William True.f 

46 iv Elizabeth*, b. Feb. 25, 1706 ; d. at Ipswich, Oct. 14, 1723. 

47 V Dorothy*, b. May 27, 1708 ; m. Rev. Ammi Ruhamah 

Cutter, first pastor of the church in North Yarmouth. 

*Itis said that a likeness of the above Thomas^ Bradbury is in the 
family of John J. Chetwood of Elizabeth, New Jersey. William Chand- 
ler was son of the first Judge John of Worcester, Mass., and was born 
in 1698, died 1754. Their first child was Rev. Thomas Bradbury Chandler 
who was rector of St. John's Church, Elizabeth, N'. J. He married Jane 
Emott and had William, who was a captain in the British army; Mary 
Ricketts; Elizabeth C, m. Gen. Elias B. Dayton; Jane, m. Major Wm. 
Dayton, one of whose daughters, Margaret, m. John Joseph Chetwood. 

t William* True, who married Anna* Bradbury, was the father of Jona- 
than* True who by wife Anne Stevens had Eleanor^ True, who married 
John Sargent, whose son William True'' Sargent married Hannah B. 
Mitchell, and had William MitchelP Sargent of Portland, the well-known 
historical writer. William True* who married Anna* Bradbury, was a 
grandson of Henry^ True who married Jane^, daughter of Thomas^ Brad- 
bury. Nathaniel Tuckerman^ True, a.m., m.d., late of Bethel, the vet- 
eran teacher, scientist and historical writer, was the son of John" and 
Mary (Hatch) True, grandson of Jonathan^ and Mehitable (Worthley) 
True, great-grandson of Jonathan* and Anne (Stevens) True, and great- 
great-grandson of Capt. William* True who married Anna Bradbury. 
Like Mr. Sargent he was doubly connected with the Bradbury family. 



BRADBUBY MEMOBIAL. 75 

48 vi Jacobs b. Oct. 6, 1710 ; m. 1733, Abigail Eaton. 

49 vii Sarah*, b. April 15, 1713 ; m. June 4, 1730, Elisha Allen. 

50 viii Moses*, b. Nov. 3, 1715 ; m. Abigail Fogg, r. North Yar- 

moiith. 

51 ix Jane*, b. (posthumous), 1718; m. 1737, Barnabas Soule* 

of North Yarmouth. 



FIFTH GENERATION. 

20 

Wymond* Bradbury (Wymonc?, Wymond^, Thom- 
as^), married Phebe, daughter of Lieutenant Joseph 
and Abigail (Donnell) Young of York, who was born 
January 26, 1702. His wife died and he married 
second, Mary Donnell Avho died in Brunswick at the 
age of ninety-seven years. He moved from York to 
Brunswick Fort, and a part of his children were born 
there. He was a boat builder and his house stood near 
the fort. 

*Barnabas* Soule was the fourth in descent from George^ Soule (Sole 
Soul, Soal, Sowl), who came to Xew England in the Mayflower, in the 
family of Edward Winslow. The descent is George^, John^, Moses^, Bar- 
nabas*. The latter, born in Duxbury in 1705, came to North Yarmouth 
about the year 1742. He had previously married Jane, daughter of Jacob 
and Elizabeth Bradbury. Barnabas Soule and wife were admitted to the 
church in North Yarmouth in 1742. He bad a family of nine children. 
From his sons John, Cornelius and Barnabas, jr., sprang the famous 
ship-builders and ship-masters of Freeport, Enos, Henchman, Clement 
Soule and others. His daughter Mercy Soule was the maternal ancestor 
of Philip H. and General John Marshall Brown of Portland, and from 
this branch of the Soule family was Rev. Charles Soule the maternal 
grandfather of Dr. Charles E. Banks of the United States Navy, a 
prominent historical writer. Barnabas Soule died April S, 1780, and his 
remains were buried in the old North Yarmouth burying-ground. 



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76 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

Children : 
By his first marriage : 

52 i Susannah^, b. January 26, 1729. 

53 ii SainueP, b. March 26, 1731 ; m. Abigail Sawyer. 
By second marriage : 

54 iii Mary ^ b. Apr. 30, 1734; ra. Feb, 15, 1751, Isaac Ilsley, jr. 
Jacob^ b. May 8, 1736; m. Lydia Mitchell. 
Thomas^ b. May 8, 1736; m. Hannah Freeman. 
Elizabeth^, b. July 6, 1738. 

Rebecca^ b. ; m. John Lowther. 

Jemima^ b. ; m. May 26, 1764, John Minot. 

21 
John'* Bradbury (WymoncF, Wymond^, Thomas^), 
known as the "Elder," married Abigail, daughter of 
Lieutenant Joseph and Abigail (Donnell) Young of 
York. He was the founder of the York family of 
Bradbury, a leading man in town affairs and in the 
Presbyterian church of which he was elder. At the 
breaking out of the revolutionary war he warmly 
espoused the cause of the colonies, and it is said that 
on one occasion he rebuked his minister in open meet- 
ing for disloyal sentiments expressed in his sermon. 
He died December 3, 1778, and his widow died Sept. 
28, 1787. He was several terms a member of the 
provincial legislature, and of the executive council 
ten years. He was also judge of probate. 

Children : 
60 i Cotton^, b. Oct. 8, 1722 ; m. Paith Weare* of York. 

*This name is variously written, Weare, Ware, Wier and Waier. On 
the records of the town of York it is Weare. 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 77 

61 ii LucyS, b. Jan. 18, 1725. 

62 iii Bethiilali^ b. March 20, 1727 ; m. James Sayward. 

63 iv Mariali^ b. April 5, 1729 ; m. Simpson. 

64 V Abigail^ b. August 12, 1731. 

65 vi Elizabeth*, b. January 5, 1734. 

66 vii John^, b. Sept. 18, 173(5 ; m. Elizabeth Ingraham. 

67 viii Joseph^ b. Oct. 23, 1740 ; m. Dorothy Clark. 

68 ix Anne-\ b. June 2, 1743 ; m. Moulton. 

22 
RowLAis^D* Bradbury (Wymond^, WymoncP, Thom- 
as^), married November 15, 1723, Mary Greenleaf. For 
second wife he married Elizabeth OUver and removed 
from York to Falmouth. He was by occupation a 
calker. He died April 5, 1781. 

Children : 

By first marriage : 
65 i Jabez^, b. Sept. 17, 1724; m. May 16, 1749, Mary Merrill. 
By second wife : 

70 ii Ohver^, b. Falmouth, Oct. 25, 1732 ; d. 1754. 

71 iii Mary^ b. April 5, 1734 ; m. 1st, John Boggs, 2d Stephen 

Hussey. 

72 iv Ann^, b. Jan. 3, 1736 ; m. Nov. 3, 1758, John Kirk- 

patrick.* 

73 V AbigaiP, b. April 9, 1738 ; m. Watson Crosby. 

74 vi Maria^ b. ; m. July 2, 1764, William Pearson. 

75 vii Elizabeth'"', b. ; m. Baker. 

76 viii Jerusha^ b. ; m. July 17, 1764, John Rand, 

77 ix Wymond-^ b. ; m. Feb. 27, 1766, Mary Butman. 

78 X Rowland^, b. ; d. unmarried in England. 

* John Kirkpatrick, born 1734, came with the Scottish colony in 1753 and 
settled in Warren. (Some of the family have changed the name to Kirk.) 
He married Ann Bradbury and had the following children: Elizabeth, b. 
1759, d. April 13, 1812; Ann, b. 1761, m. Thomas Starrett, d. August 15, 



78 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

24: 

JosiAH* Bradbury (WymoiK?, Wjanond^, Thomas^), 
married March 6, 1738, Anna Stevens who was born 
January 22, 1714. His children were born in Glouces- 
ter, Mass. He was living in 1773, and his wife ten 
years later. 

Children : 

79 i Josiah^, b. Feb. 16, 1739 ; m. Catherine Larkin. 

80 ii Anna^ b. Feb. 21, 1742. 

81 iii Maria^ b. Aug. 29, 1744. 

25 
TnEOPHiLus* Bradbury ( Wymond^, Wymond^, Thom- 
as^), married August 4, 1730, Ann Woodman, who was 
born July 23. 1708. He died Feb. 3, 1764, and his 
first wife died July 12, 1743. For second wife, he 
married March 28, 1744, Judith Moody. There was 
no issue by this marriage. He resided in Newbury, 
Mass., and was a prominent man. 

Children : 

82 i Anns, b. May 8, 1731 ; m. May 17, 1749, Samuel Green- 

leaf. 

83 ii Jonathan^ b. Nov. 1, 1732; m. Abigail Smith. 

84 iii Theophilus^ b. Jan. 7, 1735 ; d. in infancy. 

1832; William, b. , m. Elizabeth Libbey, d. Aug. 27, 1802; Capt, Row- 
land, b. 1764, lost at sea 1801; Thomas, b. March 3, 1707, m. Margaret 

Starrett, d. Nov. 13, 1858; Mary, b. 1769, d. Sept. 19, 1845; Daniel, b. , 

m. a Prescott and moved to Ohio; Jabez, b. • — , lost at sea; Abigail B., 
b. 1775, m. Parker Coburn, d. March 5, 1860; James, b. , m. a Wil- 
liams, s. Long Island, Me. John Kirkpatrick died in June, 1785; his 
widow died January 19, 1817, aged eighty-two. They have a numerous 
posterity in Warren and the surrounding towns. 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 79 

85 iv Wymond^ b. April 5, 1737 ; m. Judith Moody. 

86 V Theophilus^ b. Nov. 13, 1739; m. Sarali Jones. He was 

Judge Bradbury of the Massachusetts Supreme Court. 



31 
John* Beadbury (William^, William^, Thomas^), mar- 
ried February 13, 1724, Hannah Greeley. 
Children : 

87 i Rowland^ b. Jan. 15, 1725 ; m. Mary Stevens. 

88 ii Martha^ b. Feb. 3, 1727. 

89 iii Sarah^ b. June 21, 1730. 

90 iv Jemima^, b. Feb. 4, 1735 ; m. Dec. 1, 1754, Nathan Sar- 

gent of Amesbury. 

3S 
James* Bradbury (William^ William^, Thomas^), 
married June 16, 1726, Elizabeth Sanders. 
Children : 

91 i James^ b. Nov. 30, 1727 ; d. Dec. 31 following. 

92 ii Ruth^ b. March 17, 1729. 

93 iii Elizabeth^, b. Aug. 14, 1731 ; d. Nov. 15, 1736. 

94 iv SamueP, b. Sept. 23, 1733 ; m. Judith Morse. 

95 V Sarah^, b. Jan. 4, 1736 ; d. Nov. 25 following. 

96 vi Sanders^, b. Nov. 29, 1737 ; m. Sarah Colby. 

97 vii Elizabeth^, b. Sept. 23, 1741. 

98 viii Sarahs, b. April 2, 1744. 

99 ix Ebenezer^, b. Aug. 3, 1747 ; d. March 6, 1748. 

38 
Crisp* Bradbury (William^, William^, Thomas^), mar- 
ried December 22, 1737, Mary Paine. He lived in 
York, then moved to Biddeford and thence to Newbury, 



80 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

Mass. He was a carpenter, and dealt largely in real 
estate. He died in 1753. 

Children : 

100 i John^, b Oct. 11, 1738 ; m. Mary Riggs. 

101 ii M arys, b. Aug. 16, 1740 ; m. Nov. 17, 1757, Sam'l Noyes. 

102 iii Elizabeth^ b. Jan. 5, 1742 ; m. Oct. 28, 1762, Samuel 

Nelson. 

103 iv Sarah^ b. Feb. 10, 1744. 

104 V Kuth^ b. , 1748 ; d. March 15, 1801. 

105 vi James^ b. Sept. 9, 1749 ; m. Eunice Stone. 

106 vii Hannah^, b. Oct. 22, 1750. 



39 

Ben-jamin* Bradbury (William^ William^ Thomas*), 
married February 10, 1749, Jemima True, who was 
born June 20, 1720. 

Children : 

107 i Sarah^, b. May 22, 1750 ; m. March 12, 1779, Nathaniel 

Osgood. 

108 ii Jabez^ b. Oct. 29, 1752. 

109 iii Elizabeth^, b. Feb. 20, 1755 ; m. Aug. 7, 1773, Anthony 

Kelley. 

110 iv William^ b. June 8, 1757 : ra. Hannah Tufts. 

111 V Rebecca^ b. March 19, 17G0 ; ra. William Haskell. 



40 
Barnabas^ Bradbury (William^, William^ Thomas*), 
married January 26, 1743, Miriam Morss. He lived 
in Amesbury, Mass., and his children were born there. 



BBADBURY MEMORIAL. 81 







Children : 


112 


i 


WilHamS, b. August 22, 1744. 


113 


ii 


Jacobs, b. March 17, 1750. 


114 


iii 


Miriam^, b. April 10, 1758. 


115 


iv 


Sarah^ b. 


116 


V 


Elizabeth^, b. 


117 


vi 


MaryS, b. 



43 
Thomas* Bradbury (Jacob^, William^, Thomas^), 
married Sarah Merrill of Salisbiuy, April 16, 1724. 
He moved to Biddeford in 1744. He was known as 
Captain Bradbury, and had command of the block- 
house in 1748 and 1749. He was much in the military 
service during the Indian wars, and after they were 
over he moved to what is now Buxton, where he died 
about the year 1775. 

Children : 
SamueP, b. Oct. 16, 1724; d. Jan. 6, 1730. 
Elizabeth^, b. April 13, 1727; m. Samuel Merrill. 

Jacob^, b. , 1729; m. Abigail Cole. 

Moses^ b. Feb. 14, 1731 ; m. Mary Page. 
SamueP, b. Oct. 14, 1733 ; d. young. 
vi Thomas^ b. Jan. 10, 1736; m. Ruth Page. 

124 vii WiUiam^ b. May 5, 1738; m. Susannah Hopkinson. 

125 viii Sarah^, b. Dec. 10, 1739 ; m. Joseph Leavitt. 

126 ix Benjamin^ b. March 2, 1744; m. Mary Elden. 

127 X Mary^ b. ; m, Nov. 5, 1767, Samuel Sands. 

128 xi MercyS, b. Jan. 29, 1746 ; m. Sept. 12, 1771, John Ap- 

jDleton. 

129 xii Jabez^, b. April 22, 1749 ; d. May 10 following. 

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121 


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122 


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BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 



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131 


ii 


132 


iii 


133 


iv 



48 
Jacob'' Bradbuey (Jacob^, William^, Thomas^), mar- 
ried December 18, 1733, Abigail Eaton. He moved 
from Biddeford to Buxton, where he died in 1797. 
Children : 
Joseph^ b. March 2, 1735 ; d. Oct. 19, 1736. 
Moses% b. Sept. 22, 1736. Taken prisoner at Fort 

VVilHam Henry in August, 1757. 
Jacobs b. April 10, 1738 ; d. next day. 
Elizabetll^ b. Mar. 18, 1739 ; m. Sept. 17, 1764, Stephen 
Palmer. 
134 V Abigail', b. July 15, 1741 ; m. May 5, 1762, Daniel 
Leavitt. 
Jacob^ b. Oct. 30, 1743 ; ni. Mary Goodwin. 
Hannah', bap. 1746; in. April, 1766, Joshua Head of 

Berwick. 
Sarah^ bap. 1750 ; ni. April 3, 1770, John Owen. 
Dorothy', bap. May 2, 1754; ni. Samuel Beard of 

Scarboro. 
Miriam^, bap. 1758; m. Br ice Boothby. 

Jabez', b. ■ ; m. Sarah Atkinson. 

Winthrop^, bap. Oct. 9, 1763 ; m. Susan Haseltine. 
Elijah', bap. 1737 ; m. Sarah Lane. 

143 xiv Joseph', baj). 1748 ; m. Patience Goodwin. 

50 
Hoses'^ Bradbury (Jacob^, WiUiam^, Thomas^), re- 
moved from Salisbury to North Yarmouth, and there 
married, December 28, 1737, Abigail Fogg. In 1790 
he moved to New Gloucester. 

Children : 

144 i MaryS, b. Sept. 11, 1738; m. Capt. William Harris. 

145 ii Jacobs, ^_ Dec. 13, 1740, 



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141 


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BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 83 

Hannah^, b. April 11, 1742. 

Benjamin^, b. June 30, 1745 ; m. Eleanor Fellows. 

Enos^ b. May 10, 1748. He went to England and was 
pi-essed into the service, but returned. 

Sarah^, b. April 9, 1751 ; ni. David Dinsraore of Minot. 

Moses^ b. June 29, 1755 ; m. Eunice Millett. 

SamueP, b. ; ni. 1st Bethulah Haskell; 2d Han- 
nah Noyes. 

Naomi^, b. ; m. Abner Brown of Greene. 

AbigaiP, b. ; m. Dea. Isaac Allen of Minot. 



SIXTH GENERATION. 

53 
Samuel^ Beadbuey ( Wymond^, Wymonc?, Wymoiid^, 
Thomas^), married Nov. 2, 1754, Abigail Sawyer who 
died August 22, 1787. He died May 2, 1799. 



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152 


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153 


X 



Children : 

154 i Wymond", b. ; m. April 12, 1787, Elizabeth R, 

French. No issue. 

155 ii Jacob", b. . 

156 iii William", b. ; ra. Lorana Blackmore of Bath ; went 

South. 

157 iv David", b. ; m. Mary Henshaw. No issue. 

158 V Phebe", b. ; m. 1791, Daniel Herrick. 

159 vi Nancy", b. ; m. April 27, 18()0, Jeremiah Mitchell. 

160 vii Elizabeth", b. ; m. Joseph Shaw. 

161 viii , b. ; m. Samuel Collins. 

55 
Jacob^ Beadbuey (Wymond"', Wymond^, W^aiiond^, 
Thomas^), married Lydia Mitchell. He died August 
30, 1816. He was of Salisbury. 



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84 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

Children : 

Jacob^, b. ; d. unmarried. 

John^ b. , 1777 ; m. Theodocia Small. 

Reuben®, b. July 26, 1780 ; m. Eunice Freeman. 

Jabez®, b. ; d. at sea, unmarried. 

Wymond^ b. June 2, 1783; m. Ruth Matthews. 

Andrew^ b. ; m. Mary Muzzey. 

Rebecca*', b. ; d. aged 12 years. 

Two children died, one aged 1 year and the other 16 months. 

56 
Thomas^ Bradbury (Wymoiid*, Wymond^, Wymond^, 
'Thomas^), married Sept. 18, 1764, Hannah Freeman, 
who died August, 1829. 

Children : 

169 i Mary^ b. August 11, 1765 ; m. 1st Pettengill, 2d 

Joseph Plummer. 

170 ii Hannah®, b. March 21, 1767 ; m. William Moulton. 

171 iii Jabez®, b. Jan. 1, 1769 ; d. March, 1778. 

172 iv DanieP, b. May 17, 1771 ; m. Rhoda Plummer. 

173 V Thomas®, b. March 4, 1775 ; m. Dorcas Mitchell. 

174 vi Charles®, b. Oct. 20, 1777; m. Jane Brackett. No issue. 

175 vii William®, b. April 18, 1781; m. Mary Hinckley. 

176 viii Almira®, b. Dec. 14, 1784; m. 1st Joseph Hale; 2d 

James P. Stetson. 

177 ix Henry®, b. Aug. 19, 1787 ; d. unmarried. 

60 

Cotton*^ Bradbury (John'^, Wymond,^ Wymond^, 
Thomas^), married Ruth, daughter of Mr. Elias Weare 
of York. He resided in York, and his children were 
born there. He died June 14, 1806. 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 85 

Children : 

178 i Lucy^ b. June 20, 1754; m. Nathaniel Moulton. 

179 ii Edward^ b. May 20, 1757 ; m. Eunice Berry ; d. May, 

1828. 

180 iii DanieP, b. April 7, 1759 ; m. Abigail Junkins ; d. 1810 

181 iv Betsey^ b. Dec. 10, 1760 ; m. Daniel Knight. 

182 V Abigail^ b. Dec. 16, 1765 ; m. Elihu Bragdon. 

183 vi 01ive^ b. Jan. 3, 1768; m. Jan. 15, 1795, Xathaniel 

Dorman of Arundell. 

184 vii Joseph^, b. May 1, 1770; m. Jerusha Harmon; d. Jan. 

25, 1859. 

185 viii James®, b. April 24, 1772 ; m. Ann Moulton ; d. Feb. 

7, 1844. 

186 ix Pa^th^ b. Oct. 19, 1774 ; m. Joseph Haley. 

ee 

JoHN^ Bradbury (John^, WymoncP, Wymond^, 
Thomas^), married Januar}' 26, 1764, Elizabeth, daugh- 
ter of Edward and Lydia (Holt) Ingraham, who was 
born in York, August 6, 1743. He served as lieuten- 
ant in Captain Moulton' s company of provincial troops 
near Lake George in 1760-61, and kept a journal which 
is still in existence. He continued this journal up to 
near the close of his life. He was deacon of Christ 
Church in York, and a useful citizen. He lived for a 
time in Newtown, but returned to York and died there 
July 11, 1821. Several of his family removed to what 
was then called Chester, now Chesterville, Maine. 

Children : 

187 i John^ b. Oct. 29, 1764 ; m. Priscilla Burbank, r. Ches- 

terville. 

188 ii VVilliam^ b. Jan. 18, 1766 ; m. Anna Mitchell. 



86 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

189 iii Lydia«, b. Aug. 27, 1767 ; m. Jan. 27, 1791, Thomas 

Davenport of Hallowell. 

190 iv Joanna^, b. Nov. 6, 1768 ; ni. Feb. 9, 1801, Jonathan 

Davenport of Hallowell. 

191 V Samuel", b. Feb. 9, 1771 ; m. Dorcas Remick. 

192 vi Elizabeth^ b. January 25, 1773; m. Samuel Linscott; 

moved to Utica, N. Y. 

193 vii Mary®, b. Nov. 8, 1774; d. unmarried. 

194 viii Joseph^ b. Nov. 9, 1776; d. Aug. 27, 1778. 

195 ix Joseph^ b. March 24, 1779 ; m. Abigail Chaney. 

196 X Dorcas^, b. May 8, 1781 ; m. Oct. 7, 1808, Rufus Simp- 

son of York. 

197 xi Jotham", b. July 8, 1783. 

198 xii David", b. June 5, 1785 ; m. Sophia Chase. 



67 

Joseph^ Bradbury (John*, Wymoud^, Wymond^, 
Thomas^), married Dorothy, daughter of Daniel Clark, 
esq. He died in Saco, December 23, 1821, and his 
widow, who was boi'n in York in 1748, died June 7, 
1831, aged eighty-one years. Mr. Bradbury was an 
officer in the war for independence, and had been a 
resident of Saco fifty-three years. 

Children : 

199 i Jeremiah'', b. at Saco, Oct. 22, 1780 ; m. Mary Langdon 

Storer. 

200 ii Anna", b. Dec. 4, 1777; m. Joshua Moody; d. Sept. 26, 

1817. 

201 iii Dorothy", b. Aug. 1, 1781 ; m. Oct. 12, 1809, David Bacon. 
'202 iv Narcissa", b. April 17, 1785 ; m. Nov. 19, 1823, Joshua 

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JosiAH^ Beadbuey (Josiah^, WymoncP, AYymond^, 
Thomas^), married Catherine Larkin of Boston. He 
lived at Wiscasset and sailed a schooner between that 
port and Boston. In 1772. his vessel was Avrecked at 
Seguin island, off the mouth of Kennebec river, and 
he and his son Josiah both perished. His widow was 
subsequently twice married. His children were : 

203 i Josiah'', b. ', lost at sea in 1772. 

204 ii Catherine Frothingham'', b. Oct. 21), 1771 ; m. Ebenezer 

Clough of Boston. They had eight children. 

205 iii John'', after the death of his brother, changed to Joseph®, 

b. Feb. 6, 1773 : m. Anna Lander. He had four sons 
and seven daughters. He died Feb. 12, 1860. The 
family lived in Starks, Me., bnt many of them went 
westward. 

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Jonathan^ Beadbuey (Theophilus*, Wymond^ Wy- 
mond^, Thomas^), married December 20, 1758, Abigail, 
daughter of John and Martha (Toppan) Smith of 
Newbury, Mass., who was born Nov. 29, 1732. He 
died March 6, 1812, and she died April 14, 1812. His 
children were born in Newburjq^ort. 

206 i Ebenezer^ b. Sept. 18, 1759; lost at sea Aug., 1777. 

207 ii John", b. March 15, 1762; lost at sea Aug., 1777. 

208 iii Theophilus^ b. Xov. 22, 1763; m. Lois Pillsbury. 

209 iv Smith^ b. Xov. 30, 1765; m. Mary Hovey. 

210 V SamueP, b. Jan. 13, 176S ; d. Xov. 30, 1826, unmarried. 

211 vi Martha®, b. Sept. 15, 1770 ; m. Obediah Horton. 



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Wymond^ Beadbury (Theophiliis-*, Wymond^, Wy- 
moncF, Thomas^), married Judith Moody. 
Children : 

212 i Anne*', b. October 28, 1765 ; m. Ebenezer Sj^monds of 

Lexington. 

213 ii Charles", b. Sept. 8, ir67 ; ra. Sarah Blanchard. 

214 iii William^ b. Sept. 80, 17H9 ; m. Elizabeth Floyd. 

215 iv Judith^, b. Aug. 31, 1771. 

216 V AbigaiP, b. Sept. 28, 1773. 

217 vi Polly", b. Nov. 22, 1775. 

218 vii Mary", b. April 25, 1780. 

219 viii Edward", b. July 17, 1782 ; m. Abigail Hill. 

220 ix Henry", b. May 29, 1785 ; d. young. 

86 
TnEOPiiiLUS^ Bradbuky (Theopliilus\ Wymoiid^, 
Wymoiid", Thomas^), born in Newbury, Mass., Novem- 
ber 13, 1739, graduated from Harvard College in 1757, 
studied law and removed to Falmouth, Me. He taught 
the school here one year and then commenced the 
practice of law. Mr. William Willis says he was the 
first educated lawyer that settled between York and 
Pownalborough. In 1762, he married Sarah, daughter 
of Ephraim Jones, and two years later he purchased 
of Moses Parsons a lot of land on the corner of Middle 
and Willow streets, where he built a house which is 
still standing. While in Portland he had for a law 
student, among others, Theophilus Parsons, who be- 
came one of the most distinguished jurists in the 
country. In 1766, Mr. Bradbury and wife, with sev- 



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eral other leading citizens of Falmouth, were indicted 
for the crime of dancing at Joshua Freeman's tavern. 
Mr. Bradbury brought himself and friends off by 
pleading that the room in which they danced was not 
to be regarded as a place of public resort, having been 
hired by private parties, and that the persons there 
assembled had a right to meet and dance in their own 
room. The plea was sustained by the court. While 
in Falmouth Mr. Bradbury was attorney for the state 
two years. He returned to Newbury in 1779, and was 
elected to congress from the Essex district. In 1797, 
he was appointed a judge of the supreme court of the 
commonwealth, and was regarded as an able jurist. 
While holding this position, Sept. 6, 1803, he died aged 
sixty-four years. 

Children : 
221 i Theophilus^ b. — , 1763; m. Oct. 8, 1798, Harriet Har- 
ris ; no issue. 

Francis^, b. — , 1766; m. Hannah Jones Sj^ooner. 

William®, b. — , 1768 ; d. unmarried in San Domingo. 

Frances®, b. ; d. in infancy. 

George®, b. — , 1770 ; m. Mary Kent. 

Harriet®, b. — , 1773 ; m. Thomas W. Hooper. 

Charles®, b. — , 1775; m. Elenora Cummiug. 
228 viii Francis®, b. — , 1777 ; d. Nov. 30, 1801, unmarried. 

87 

RowLAXD^ Bradbury (John*, William^, William^, 
Thomas^), married May 9, 1746, Mary Stevens, who 
died March 31, 1800, and he married second, Miriam 
French. He died Feb. 10, 1812. 



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Cliildren : 

229 i John^ b. June 23, 1751 ; m. Susannah Hutcliinson. 

230 ii Jenny«, b. Sept. 18, 1753 ; d. young. 

231 iii Janne®, b. Sept. 16, 1754; m. Benjamin Clioate. 

232 iv PauF, b. March 27, 1758^; m. Ruth Weare. 

233 V Molly«, b. Aug. 9, 1760; m. Aug. 31, 1781, John Bur- 

bank. 

234 vi Ephraim^ b. ; m. Molly Wier. 

. Samuel^ Bradbury (James*, William^, William^, 
Thomas^), married March 2, 1763, Judith Morse. 
Children : 
Wilham^ b. April 5, 1759; m. Polly Meacham. 
James^ b. Sept. 12, 1760 ; m. Sarah Coffin. 
Ebenezer«, b. March 12, 1762 ; d. at West Point, 
Battee", b. March 30, 1764; m. Feb. 13, 1788, Aaron 

Welch. 
SamueP, b. March 14, 1766; m. Christiana Gates, 
d Judith^, b. May 24, 1769; m. Benj. Davis of Plaistow, 
New Hampshire. 
241 vii David«, b. May 24, 1769 ; m. Abigail R. Simpson. 
Sarah*', b. Aug. 30, 1771 ; m. Abner Bailey, jr. (?) 
Prudence^ b. April 10, 1774. 

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• Sanders^ Bradbury (James*, William^, William^, 
Thomas^), was of Nottingham, N. H. He served in 
the continental army in the war for independence, in 
the regiment of General Joseph Cilley. He married 
May 26, 1763, Sarah Colby of Sanbornton, N. H. He 
died at White Plains, Nov. 15, 1779, and his widow 
married Josiah Brown, and died in 1828. 



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Children : 

Daniel^ b. Oct. 16, 1763 ; m. Elizabeth Lunt. 

Anna^, b. Nov. 29, 1764; m. John Ball of Woodstock, 

Vermont. 
Sarah", b. July 23, 1766 ; m. Austin George. 
James**, b. April 2l», 1768; m. Catherine Conant. 
Abner"^, b. March 4, 177U. 
vi Mary«, b. Jan. 3U, 1771. 

250 vii Betsey^ b. Feb. 25, 1773 ; m. Edwin Dimmick. 

251 viii JaeolA b. Jan. 9, 1775 ; m. Mary Hutchinson. 

252 ix \Villiam^ b. Dec. 6, 1776; m. Sarah (Lunt) Mitchell. 

253 X Joseph*', b. Dec, 1778 ; m. Hannah Putnam. 

105 

James^ Bradbury (Crisp^, William^. William^ Thom- 
as^), married Eunice Stone. He died in Biddeford, 
February 2-i. 1830. 

Children born in York : 

254 i Eunice", b. ; m. 1 st Andrew Tarbox ; 2d George 

Tucker. 

Martha", 1». ; m. , settled in Biddeford. 

Poll3^=, 1). ; d. in Biddeford, March 31, 1859. 

James", 1). Nov. 11, 1781 ; m. Mary Scammon. 

liufus", b. ; d. at sea, aged 21. 

vi Nancy", b. ; m. Rufus Bridges. 

Crisp", b. March 29, 1786; m. Mar}-^ Kummery of Bid- 
deford. 

261 viii Almira", b. ; d. 1857, aged 66. 

262 ix Benjamin", b. ; d. at sea, aged 19. 

no 

William^ Bradbury (Benjamin"'. William^ William^, 
Thomas^), settled in New Gloucester, where he married 



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Hannah Tufts. He was a leading and influential citi- 
zen of the town and among the earlier settlers. He 
died August 19, 1826, and his wife May 19, 1820, aged 
seventy years. 

Children : 

263 i Hannah«, b. 1781; m. Dr. William Bridgham,* s. Buck- 

field. 

264 ii William^, b. Nov. 19, 1783 ; m. Sarah Merrill. He was 

a justice of the peace, and representative to the legis- 
lature in 1822. He had a son who died unmarried, 
and a daughter who married Mr. Spring and resides 
in Portland. He died Oct. 16, 1859. 

265 iii John«, b. 1785 ; m. Sarah Tufts. He died Aug. 20, 1855. 

266 iv Benjamin'^, b. 1792 ; d. young. 

267 V Jabez®, b. 1789. Me m. Priscilla Joselyn and moved to 

Hodgdon, Me. 

268 vi Osgood^, b. 1798. He was a lawyer and writer of fiction. 

He settled in Buckfield but was not there long. He 
represented New Gloucester in the legislature in 1838 
and 1839. He married Mary M. Dinsmore of Bur- 
lington, Vt., and had no issue. He died at Sebago 
Lake, aged nearly 90. 

* William Bridglvam, m. d., was the son of Dr. William and Lydia 
Bridgham, who was early in New Gloucester, and was born in Plympton, 
Mass., Dec. 18, 1781. He settled in Buckfield where he spent a long and 
useful life, highly respected, not only as a physician, but as a man and 
citizen. His wife Hannah died in Buckfield, Nov. 27, 18.59, and lie died 
Nov. 13, 1864. His children, all born in Buckfield, were: i Hannah, b. 
Jan. 13, 180-5, m. Isaac Chase, and died Oct. 20, 1874; ii Caroline, b. Sept. 
13, 1806, m. Luther Crocker ; iii Sydenham, b. Sept. 15, 1808, m. Lucretia 
Sheppard, d. May 10, 1882; iv Orville, b. April 3, 1811, m. Mary Atwood, 
d. Dec. 25, 1875; v William Pinckney, b. Sept. 3, 1816, m. 1st Delphina 
Hayford, and 2d widow Lucy L. Farrar; he graduated at the Maine Med- 
ical school in 1844, and resides at Buckfield village, where he has long 
been in practice, vi Mary Ann, b. June 13, 1825, d. Nov. 14, 1863. 



BRABBURY MEMORIAL. 93 

ISO 

Jacob^ Bradbury (Thomas'^, Jacob^, William^, Thom- 
as^), married Abigail Cole. He lived in Biddeford, but 
moved to Limerick and was deacon of the church 
there. He died in 1801. 

Children : 

269 i Anna^ bap. 1752; m. Thomas Gilpatrick, jr. 

270 ii John^ bap. 1753 ; m. Page of Conway. 

271 iii Ammi'^ R., bap. 1754. 

272 iv Betty^ bap. 1756; m. Gile Follett, 1787. 

273 V Lucy^ bap. 1758; m. Thomas Parsons of Parsonsfield. 

274 vi Abigail", bap. May 13, 1759 ; m. Jere Page of Fryeburg. 

275 vii Eunice", bap. 1760 ; m. Reuben Hill, d. in Limerick. 

276 viii Ammi*^ R., bap. 1762. 

277 ix Esther^ bap. 1764 ; ni. Thomas Lord of Freedom, N.H. 

278 X Sarah**, bap. 1765 ; m. Robert Page of Fryeburg. 

279 xi Rebecca**, bap. 1766; m. Phineas Colcord. 

280 xii Jacob , bap. 1769 ; m. Jane Piper, d. in Parsonsfield, 

1837. 

281 xiii Molly**, bap. 1772; m. Joshua Hutchinson of Buxton. 

282 xiv Thomas**, bap. 1775 ; m. Sally Webster. 

283' XV Joseph**, b. ; m. Betsey Stevens, s. Exeter, Me.; 

went to Ohio. 

284 xvi Charles**, b. . 

285 xvii Susan^ b. ; ni. Harvey of Buxton. 

286 xviii 01ive^ b. . 

287 xix name not known. 

288 XX name not known. 

The last six were born in Limerick. 

ISl 

MosES^ Bradbury (Thomas*, Jacob^ William^ Thom- 
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Children : 


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SaraueF, b. ; m. Abigail Cleaves. 


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Ruth^ b. Nov., 1759; m. Ezekiel Foster; 2d Stej^hen 
Woodman. 


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Thomas^ Bradbuky (Thomas*, Jacob^, William^, 
Thomas^), married at Biddeford, June 5, 1762, Ruth 
Page of Salisbury, Mass. He died in Buxton, Nov. 9, 
1803, and she died January 9, 1822. He settled in 
Buxton, and was deacon of the church there. He was 
a lieutenant in the expedition to Crown Point and Ti- 
conderoga, and kept a diary. 

Children : 

296 i Jabez Page", b. Jan. 14, 1763 ; ra. Sarah Hilton Whitney. 

297 ii Daniel", b. Dec. 20, 1764; m. Mary Wingate. 

298 iii Elizabeth", b. June 29, 1772; m. July 16, 1804, Toppan 

W^entworth. 

299 iv Thomas", b. Oct. 7, 1778 ; m. Abigail Boothby. 

300 V Anna", b. Aug. 14, 1785; m. 1st June 8, 1815, James 

Folsom; 2d Robert Wentworth, Jan. 31, 1850. 

1S4 

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Thomas^), married May 19, 1765, Susannah Hopkin- 
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BBABBURY MEMORIAL. 95 

Children : 

301 i SarahVbap. 1769; m. Thomas Lord, jr., of Limerick. 

302 ii SamueP, bap. 17C9; m. Sarah Hutton, r. Hollis. 
803 iii Susannah^, bap. 1771 ; m. Benjamin Leavitt. 

304 iv Hannah^, bap. 1773 ; m. Rev. John Seavy. 

305 V Williams, bap. 1775 ; m. Susannah Bunnell, r. Hollis. 

306 vi Lucy*', bap. 1784. 

807 vii Molly^ bap. 1784; m. Elias Dearborn. 

808 yiii Dorcas^ bap. 1784; m. Samuel W. Yarnum. 

309 ix John", ; m. Hannah Hanseom. 

310 X Betsey^, bap. 1778 ; m. Small. 



ise 

Benjamin' Beadbury (Thomas^, Jacobs William^, 
Thomas^), married Jul}- 9, 17G7, Mary Elcleii, who was 
born May 17, 1750, and who died April 4, 1833. He 
died September, 1834. In August, 1800, he emigrated 
from Buxton, Me., to Brown Count}^, Ohio. 

Children : 

310^ i Mary'', b. June 11, 1768 ; m. Nov. 25, 1793, William 
Boulter 

311 ii Benjamin*"', b. Dec. 24, 1769 ; m. Betsey Eaton. 

312 iii John", b. Aj^ril 6, 1772; d. June 20, 1826. 

313 iv Ruth'', b. July 10, 1774; d. 1777. 

314 V Sarah*', b. Oct. 31, 1776; m. Jotliam Bragdon, s. Ohio. 

315 vi Gibeon^ b. Jime 13, 1779. 

316 vii Moses", b. July 23, 1781 ; m. Agnes Hunt. 

317 viii Jacob^ b, Nov. 8, 1783 ; m. Patience (Rounds) Quinby. 

318 ix Thomas", b. Sept. 29, 1785 ; m. Katherine Hunt. 

319 X Nathan", b. Feb. 1, 1788; m. Mehitable Warren. 

320 xi Samuel", b. April 12, 1790 ; m. Mary Hanley. 



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135 

Jacob" Bradbury (Jacob*, Jacob^, William^ Thom- 
as^), married May 8, 1766, Mary Goodwin, who died in 
1786. He lived in Buxton, on the Beach Phiin road, 
and was known as "Esquire Bradbury." Majestic and 
dignified in appearance, he was a noble specimen of 
manhood. For thirty years from the time he became 
of age, he was constantly in public employment. He 
was the first representative from Buxton to the gen- 
eral court, which position he held for a number of 
years. He died in 1811. His second wife was Cath- 
erine (Flint) Simonton. 

Children : 

Moses", b. Api-il 12, 1767 ; m. Mercy Garland. 
Martha^, b. March 8, 1769 ; m. Se^^t. 2, 1790, Thomas 

Leavitt. 
Jacob®, b. .Jan. 6, 1771 ; d. about 1795, unmarried. 
Edmund", b. Jan. 31, 1773 ; m. Martha Whitney. 
Andrew", b. Dec. 8, 1778; m. Deborah Cressey. 
Simeon Goodwin", Aug. 21, 1781; m. 1st Ruth Sands. 

327 vii Mary", b. July 27, 1782. 
By second marriage : 

328 viii William Flint", b. Jan. 3, 1791 ; m. Mary . 

140 

Jabez^ Bradbury (Jacob^ Jacob^, William^, Thom- 
as'), married May 19, 1774, Sarah Atkinson, who died 
July 2, 1807. He married second, December 27, 1807, 
Mary (Cutts) Billings. He resided in Buxton, and was 
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Children : 

329 i Joseph^ b. Nov. 12, 1775; m. Susan Crockett of Gor- 

ham. 

330 ii Abigail, b. Nov. 10, 1780 ; m. Dec. 8, 1806, Rev. Ab- 

ner Flanders. 

331 iii Eunice", b. March 27, 1783 ; m. Nov. 28, 1810, Samuel 

Sawyer ; d. Feb. 6, 1848. 

332 iv Jabez«, b. Nov. 14, 1784 ; m. Elizabeth Page. 

333 V Mary«, b. March 27, 1787; m. Nov. 28, 1813, Joseph 

Crockett. 

334 vi Sally«, b. Dec. 17, 1791 ; ni. Jan. 11, 1819, Jacob Brad- 

bury. 

335 vii Betsey®, b. Nov. 13, 1794 ; ra. James Fogg. 

336 viii Nancy^ b. March 5, 1800 ; m. James Palmer. 
By second marriage : 

337 ix Enoch Billings", b. Nov. 16, 1809 ; m. Mary Chase Huse. 

338 X Caroline", b. Nov. 20, 1811 ; m. Hartley Cutts of Pitts- 

ton. 

141 

WiNTHROP^ Bradbury (Jacob^ Jacob^, William^, 
Thomas^), married September 8, 1785, Susan, daughter 
of Deacon Timothy and Ruth (Wilson) Haseltine of 
Buxton. He resided in Buxton and Hollis. In 1788, 
he went to Saco Pool with a load of wood and never 
returned. His fate was ever a mystery. 

Children : 
338i i Ruth", b. Dec. 24, 1786. She married Hudson Bailey of 
Portland, who was born in Portland, September 
17, 1786, by occupation a cooper, and spent many 
years at sea and in the West Indies. About the year 
1839, he moved to a farm on Hamlin's Gore in the 
county of Oxford, and built the brick house above 



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North Woodstock on the Rumford road. He sold 
out and went West, but returned, and he and his wife 
died at the residence of their daughter, Mrs. Eliza- 
beth Webster, at Cape Elizabeth. Their children 
were Susan, Samuel, Elizabeth, Louisa, George, Hollis 
and Hiram Hudson. 

338| ii Abigail, b. , 1789. She married 1st Stephen Mitchell 

of Portland, and had Stephen Mitchell, jr. She mar- 
ried second, Jonas Hamilton who long resided at 
South Paris, and hauled goods from Portland before 
the days of railroads, and had Rachel L., William, 
Phebe Ann, Ruth Bailey, Jonas, jr., the well-known 
superintendent of the Portland and Ogdensburg rail- 
road, and Nancy. 

Elijah^ Bradbury (Jacob*, Jacob^, William^, Thom- 
as^), married December 16, 1779, Sarah, daughter of 
Capt. John and Sarah (Hancock) Lane, who was born 
November 28, 1756. He enlisted and served under 
General Washington on the Hudson. He was also in 
the battle of King's mountain, at Guilford Court 
House, and in several other engagements. He return- 
ed, settled in Buxton and was a farmer. 

Children : 

339 i Elizabeth^, b. Sept. 14, 1780 ; m. July 25, 1802, James 

Palmer; d. 1887. 

340 ii Sarah«, b. April 5, 1782; m. July 5, 1807, Timothy 

Ricker, s. New Portland. 

341 iii Elijah^, b. March 28, 1784 ; m. 1st Sallie Gleason How- 

ard of Brownfield, and 2d Ann Pray Hunt. 

342 iv AbigaiP, b. July 31, 1785 ; d. Jan. 8, 1804. 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 99 

343 V Isaac^ b. June 11, 1787 ; ra. Abigail S. Lane, s. 

Hayuesville. 

344 vi Anna«, b. Jan. 2, 1789 ; d. Sept. 18, 1807. 

345 vii Jabez^ b. Sept. 22, 1790 : m. Ann Maria Knight of 

Calais. 

346 viii Joanna Lane«, b. Aug. 28, 1792; m. July 19, 1821, 

Charles Smith; d. 1845. 

143 

Joseph^ Bradbury (Jacob"^, Jacob^ William^ Thom- 
as^), married November IT, 1774, Patience, daughter 
of John Goodwin of Kennebunk. He died September 
7, 1819, aged seventj^-two years. She died November 
13, 1840, aged eighty-tAvo. He was born in Buxton 
and resided there. 

Children : 

347 i John^ b. July 5, 1776 ; m. Alice Tyler, s. Hollis. 

348 ii Joseph^ b. Dec. 22, 1777 ; m. liuth Libby. 

349 iii Winthrop«, b. Feb. 22, 1780; m. Lucy McKenney. 

350 iv JacoV, b. March 18, 1783 ; m. Mehitable Marston. 

351 V Martha^, b. Dec. 21, 1786 ; m. May 30, 1810, Elias Libby. 

352 vi Mary«, b. June 24, 1788; m. Xov. 28, 1810, Amos 

Woodman. 

353 vii Benjamin®, b. Aug. 1, 1791 ; m. Jane Plaisted. 

354 viii Betsey^ b. Jan. 16, 1796; m. Nov. 27, 1826, Simeon 

Andrews. 

355 ix Miriam^, b. Sept. 26, 1798; m. Sept. 25, 1822, Edmund 

Dresser. 

356 X Brice^ b. Jan. 29, 1800. 

Benjamin^ Bradbury (Moses*, Jacob^, Wilham-, 
Thomas^), married April 23, 1766, Eleanor, daughter 



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of Joseph and Mary (Mitchell) Fellows of North Yar- 
mouth, who was born Oct. 25, 1746. She was of the 
Bridgewater famil}' of Mitchell. Benjamin with his 
famih^ moved to Bradbury Hill in Minot in 1777, and 
has descendants in Androscoggin, Oxford and Franklin 
counties. 

Children : 

357 i Hannah*', b. July, 1766 ; m. Oct. 10, 1784, Samuel Free- 

man. She died Nov. 7, 1851. 

358 ii Joseph^ b. May 10, 1768 ; m. Tabitha Cotton, s. Nor- 

way. 

359 iii AbigaiP, b. Aug. 20, 1771 ; m. May 19, 1797, Wiswell 

Seabury; d. Xov. 6, 1849. 
36<l iv Benjamin", b. April 10, 1775 ; m. 1st Anna Hersey ; 2d 
Asenath Wheeler. 

361 V SamueF, b. Dec. 4, 1777 ; m. Jane Gurney. 

362 vi Mary*', b. Dec. 24, 1780; m. June 20, 1801, Josiah 

Berry; d. Sept. 6, 1820. 
368 vii Eleanor", b. Jiily 15, 1782 ; m. Wilber Caswell, July 7, 
1803; d. 1868. 

364 viii David", b. May 3, 1785 ; m. 1st Mary Robertson ; 2d 

Sarah Vicker3\ 

365 ix Bethula", b. July 10, 1787 ; m. April 21, 1805, WilUam 

Tuck. 

366 X Jacob", b. May 10, 1789; m. 1st Sarah Chamberlain ; 

2d Mary Chamberlain. 



ISO 

MosES^ Bradbury (Moses'', Jacob^, Willianr, Thom- 
as^), married Eunice Millett. He lived in Minot, Me., 
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Children : 

367 i Deborah^ b. Jan. 6, 1782 ; m. Dea. Benj. Herring. 

368 ii Charles^ b. May 4, 1783; ra. Polly Chase ; d. in Anson. 

369 iii Moses*', b. Oct. 28, 1784; d. in Foxcroft, Apr. 13, 1813. 

370 iv John*', b. Aug. 15, 1786 ; m. Alethea Hersey, r. Bangor. 

371 V Eunice'', b. June 9, 1788; m. Samuel Hersey; d. Sum- 

ner, May 5, 1830. 

372 vi Sarah", b. Oct., 1790; m. Benj. Hersey; d. Foxcroft. 

373 vii Mary", b. July 5, 1792 ; m. Samuel Hersey ; d. Sumner. 

374 viii Hannah", b. May 18, 1794; d. Norway, May 30, 1815. 

375 ix Enos", b. April 9, 179G; m. 1st Lucy Atkinson; 2d 

Mary Howard; he died in Minot, Dec. 3, 1842. 

376 X Nathaniel", b. March 10, 1798; m. Nancy P. Mitchell 5 

d. Foxcroft, March 16, 1827. 

377 xi Joanna", b. March 27, 1800. 

378 xii Hiram", b. April 24, 1804; m. Nancy Washburn. 

151 

Samuel^ Bradbury (Hoses'*, Jacob^, William^, Thom- 
as^), married first, in 1780, Betliulah Haskell, and 
second, September 25, 1788, Hannah Noyes. 

Children : 

379 i Betsey", b. ; m. Loomis. 

380 ii Naomi", b. ■ ; d. young. 

381 iii Bethulah", b. ; m. Ezekiel Warren. 

By second wife : 

382 iv Abigail", b. June 13, 1789 ; m. Isaiah Hutchins. 

383 V Naomi", b. April 20, 1791 ; m. Jonathan Hutchins. 

384 vi Samuel", b. July 26, 1793 ; m. Frances M, Rochead. 

385 vii Sarah", ) m. Ruf us Chandler. fv. T,ino9q iTQ^i 

386 viii Hannah N.",^ m. William Hackett. | ^^-J^nezd, i<yo. 



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SEVENTH GENERATION. 

163 
JoHN^ Bradbury (Jacob^, Wymoncl^, Wymond^ Wy- 
mond^, Thomas^), married Theodocia Small who was 
born in 1783, and died June 14, 1839. 

Children : 

387 i Jacobs b. 1800 ; d. . 

388 ii George Lowther^ b. Sept. 10, 1802; m. Elizabeth Con- 

don. 

389 iii Rebecca^ b. March 10, 1804; d. Dec. 23, 1826. 

390 iv Jabez^ b. Feb. 26, 1806 ; d. Sept. 14, 1807. 

391 V Jabez", b. Feb. 27, 1808 ; d. Oct. 18, 1826. 

392 vi Renben^, b. June 10, 1810, s. New Haven, Conn.; d. 

1845. 

393 vii John^ b. Aug. 12, 1812 ; d. Aug. 10, 1813. 

394 viii Sarah SmalP, b. July 11, 1814; m. Aug. 1. 1833, Chas. 

F. Bryant. 

395 ix William^ b. Nov. 16, 1816; d. Aug. 4, 1818. 

396 X William^ b. Nov. 7, 1819 ; d. July 15, 1821. 

397 xi Enos SmalP, b. Feb. 10, 1822; m. Ann Henley. 

Reuben^ Bradbury (Jacob'^, Wymond'', Wymond', 
Wymond", Thomas^), married January 14, 1807, Eunice 
Freeman, who was born Feb. 18, 1782. He died Feb. 
20, 1829. 

Children : 

398 i Martha^ b. April 12, 1808 ; ra. Dec, 1830, Stephen 

Foster. 

399 ii Lydia^ b. AjDril 12, 1808; d. April 12, 1821. 

400 iii VVyraonds b. April 24, 1810; d. July 4, 1811. 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 103 

401 iv Edward'', b. June 8, 1811 ; m. Mary Ann Crockett. 

402 V Jane% b. Jan. 8, 1813. 

403 vi Mary Ann^ b. May 10, 1814 ; d. Aug. 11, 1832. 

404 vii Louisa^ b. Jan. 6, 1816 ; m. 1st William Ross ; 2d J. P. 

Sawyer. 

405 viii Angeline^ b. April 27, 1817; m. Nov. 6, 1833, John 

Paine. 

406 ix William^ b. April 26, 1819. 

407 X George Freeman^ b. Oct. 29, 1825; d. Jan. 9, 1828. 

166 
Wymond^ Bradbury (Jacob^, Wymond*, Wymond^, 
Wymond^, Thomas^), married September 11, 1810, 
Ruth Matthews, who was born June 2, 1790, and died 
September 26, 1861. He was a shoemaker and moved 
from Portland to South Thomaston, where he died July 
6, 1837. 

Children : 
Samuel Andrews^ b. Sept. 28, 1811 ; m. Lucy R. Butler. 
Archibald Matthews^ b. April 19, 1814 ; a mariner. 
Rebecca^ b. Aug. 16, 1816; m. 1st Abiezer Coombs; 
2d David Owens. 

411 iv Charles^ (captain), b. May 25, 1819; m. Nancy M. 

Butler. 

412 V Almira S.", b. May 28, 1822 ; d. Oct. 12, 1825. 

413 vi Henry Paine^ b. May 20, 1825 ; m. Nancy C. Suckforth. 

414 vii George^, b. March 7, 1828, mariner; m. Irene Kalloch. 

415 viii Caroline F.^ b. Dec. 13, 1830 ; d. Feb. 22, 1860. 

416 ix Sarah W.^ b. Oct. 1, 1837 ; d. Dec. 18, 1846. 

167 
Andrew^ Bradbury (Jacob^, Wymond*, Wymond', 
Wymond^, Thomas^), married Mary Muzzey. 



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Children : 

417 i Caroline^ b. ; m. Algernon Howe. 

418 ii Mar]•a^ b. . 

419 iii Theodore Muzzey"', b. ; m. Lucy Chadbourne. 

IT'S 

Daniel^ Bradbuey (Thomas^, Wymond*, Wymond', 
Wymond^, Thomas^), married February 9, 1800, Rhoda 
Plummer, who was born April 24, 1775, and died No- 
vember 13, 1844. He died July 9, 1845. 

Children : 

420 i AbigaiF, b. Nov. 3, 1800; d. Sept. 23, 1801. 

421 ii Mary-, b. Dec. 1, 1801 ; d. Sept. 23, 1802. 

422 iii Edward^ b. Oct. 26, 1803 : d. July 30, 1804. 

423 iv Sophia\ b. Oct. 26, 1803; m. May 20, 1847, George 

Fickett. 

424 V Harriet^ b. March 21, 1805; d. July 11, 1832. 

425 vi Joseph^ b. Nov. 9, 1806; m. Mary Bryant. 

426 vii Henry^ b. Nov. 5, 1808. 

427 viii Francis^ b. Sept. 15, 1810 ; d. Nov. 10, 1846. 

428 ix Thomas^ b. Oct. 6, 1812 ; d. April 18, 1814. 

IT'S 

Thomas^ Bradbury (Thomas^, Wymond*, Wymond^, 
Wymond^, Thomas^), married Sept. 25, 1801, Dorcas 
Mitchell, who was born April 8, 1779. 

Children : 

Infant'^, d. unnamed. 

Infant^ d. unnamed. 

Charles^ b. Dec. 15, 1804; m. Martha McPherson. 

Almira^ b. Feb. 27, 1807 ; m. Joseph Carr, jr. 



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433 V EHza^ b. March 18, 1809 ; d. Sept. 12, 1828. 

434 vi Mary^ b. June 24, 1811. 

435 vii Caroline^ b. Aug. 2, 1814; m. John C. Swan. 

436 viii Harriet'', b. April 17, 1821 ; m. Silas H. Buttrick. 

IT'S 

William® Bradbury (Thomas^, Wymond*, Wymond^ 
Wymond^, Thomas^), married in 1815, Mary Hinckley. 
He resided in Eastport, and there he died in 1839. 
His wife died in 1838. 

Children : 

437 i Almira Haile^ b. Oct. 28, 1818. 

438 ii John Hinckley^ b. Feb. 3, 1821 ; m. June 27, 1852, Mary 

E. (Treat) Park. 

439 iii Abigail Hinckley^ b. Oct. 28, d. Aug. 23, 1834. 

440 iv Mary^ b. March 20, 1825 ; d. Jan. 20, 1830. 

441 V WilUam Henry^ b. Oct. 31, 1827 ; m. Lydia Ann Tobey. 

442 vi George Freeman^ b. Dec. 15, 1831 ; m. Sarah Jane Grif- 

fin. 

V7B 

Edward® Bradbury (Cotton^, John^, Wymond^, Wy- 
mond^, Thomas^), married Eunice Berry. He lived in 
Buxton where he died in May, 1828. 
Child : 

443 i Cotton^ b. April 1, 1790 ; m. Mary Hobbs. 

ISO 

Daniel® Bradbury ( Cotton^, John*, Wymond^, Wy- 
mond^, Thomas^), married Abigail Junkins, who was 
born August 6, 1761. He died in March, 1813, and 
she in 1817. He was of York. 



106 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

Children : 

444 i Harriet^ b. March 15, 1786; m. Dec. 18, 1808, Enoch 

Emery. 

445 ii George'', b. July 23, 1788 ; m. Maria Norton. 

446 iii Charles^ b. April 28, 1790 ; d. at York, 1822. 

447 iv William^ b. Oct. 3, 1793 ; d. at Martha's Vineyard, 1823. 



184 

Joseph^ Bradbury (Cotton^, John"^, Wymond^, Wy- 
mond^, Thomas^), married Jerusha, daughter of Na- 
thaniel Harmon, who was born February 23, 1773. 
He was of York. 

Children : 
448 i Nathaniel Harmon^, b. Sept. 16, 1795 ; ra. Soj^hia 
Moulton. 
Paulina", b. Sept. 19, 1797 ; m. Washington Remick. 
Ruth^ b. April 5, 1799; m. William Tilden. 
Joseph", b. Jan. 23, 1801. 

Andrew^ b. Sept. 27, 1802 ; m. Mrs. — Bowers. 
452i vi George", b. March 8, 1808. 

453 vii Jerusha ^ b. July 26, 1810 ; m. Luther Junkins. 

454 viii SaraF, b. Dec. 12, 1812. 

185 

James^ Bradbury (Cotton^, John*, Wymond^, Wy- 
mond^, Thomas^), studied the medical profession, and 
after graduation practiced a year in Ossipee, N. H., 
and then, in 1798, settled in Parsonsfield, Me. He had 
obtained a good general education, and his medical 
education was the best that could be obtained at that 



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day. He soon had an extensive practice in which he 
continued for nearly half a century. When old age 
came on he moved to Windham, that he might be near 
his only daughter, who had married and resided there. 
He died February 7, 1844. While in active practice 
at Parsonsfield he had a large number of medical stu- 
dents, among whom were Moses Sweat, Burleigh Smart, 
Eleazer Burbank, Jesse Mighil, Alvah Moulton, son of 
Mrs. Bradbury by her first marriage, Nathaniel Pease, 
Levi Hannaford, Oilman L. Bennett, Samuel M. Brad- 
bury, Sumner Gilman, Tristram Redman, Charles G. 
Parsons, Levi Moore and Thomas Drown. Some of 
these became eminent physicians. Dr. Bradbury was 
a good physician, possessed excellent judgment, and 
had the respect and confidence of his large circuit of 
practice. He was upright and honest in his dealings 
with mankind, and courteous in his intercourse with 
members of his profession. He joined the Free Bap- 
tist church in 1816, and continued in communion with 
that body until the time of his death. Dr. Bradbury 
married in 1800, Mrs. Ann, daughter of Samuel Moul- 
ton. Mrs. Bradbury was born in Newbury, Mass., 
September 2, 1777, and for first husband married her 
cousin, Samuel, son of Cutting Moulton. By this mar- 
riage she had two children.* Her mother was Hannah 

*Alvah Moulton'^, son of SamueP and Ann (Moulton^) Moulton, whose 
father died in 1800, and whose mother married Dr. James Bradbury, born 
Oct. 11, 1798, married in 1821, Mary Dalton. He was the seventh in de- 
scent from William! Moulton, who came from Ormsby, England, in 1637, 
married Margaret, daughter of Robert Page, and settled in Hampton, 



108 BEADBUBl MEMORIAL. 

Noyes of Newbury. The children of Dr. James and 
Ann (Moulton) Bradbury were : 

455 i James Ware', b. June 10, 1802 ; m. Eliza Ann Smith. 

456 ii Samuel Moulton', b. Aug. 22, 1804 ; m. 1st Susan Brack- 

ett; 2d Elizabeth Brackett; d. Sej^t. 22, 1888. 

457 iii Clarissa Ann', b. June 19, 1807 ; m. Dr. Charles G. Par- 

sons of Windham; she died Dec. 5, 1850. 
For second wife Dr. Bradbury married and had : 

458 iv Cotton M.', b. — , 1837; m. 1st Susanna D. Hussey, and 

2d Ella T. Harris. 



187 

JoHN^ Bradbury (John^, John*, Wymond^, Wy- 

mond^, Thomas^), married Priscilla Burbank, who was 

born August 2, 1764, and died April 8, 1831. He died 

July 24, 1851. He moved from York to Chesterville. 

N. H., and was afterward of Newbury, Mass. The descent is as follows : 
Williami, William"^, Joseph^, Samuel*, Cutting^ SamueP, Alvah'. 

Children of Dr. Alvah and Mary (Daltou) Moulton, born in Ossipee, 
N. H. 

1 Anne B., b. April 21, 1822; m. John C. Dore. 

2 Louisa F., b. Aug. 7, 1823; m. Warren A. Mckerson. 

3 Ferdinand, b. Sept. 26, 1824. 

4 Maria A., b. Nov. 5, 1826; m. Henry C. Jackson. 

5 Clarissa B., b. June 22, 1828; m. Daniel O. Quinby. 

6 Alvah D., b. May 23, 1829. 

7 James B., b. June 20, 1830. 

8 George F., b. Dec. 1, 1831. 

9 Henry William, b. May 3, 1833. 

10 Sarah E., b. March 23, 1835; m. Charles H. Dow. 

11 Nellie E. M., b. May 4, 1839; m. Amos M. Towle. 

12 Charles E., b. Feb. 17, 1843. 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 109 

Children : 

459 i Abigail SewalF, b. July 11, 1789; d. Jan. 31, 1797. 

460 ii Eliza Jane^ b. Nov. 2, 1791 ; m. March 2, 1812, John 

Storer of Carthage, Me. 

461 iii Kachel Crosby^ b. March 7, 1794; m. Jotham Sewall 

jr.* 

462 iv Maria', b. June 11, 1796; m. Jiyie 11, 181G, Elisha 

Bennett of Chesterville. 

463 V Sabrina Ann^ b. May 13, 1798; m. March 8, 1821, 

Jonas M. Oakes. 

464 vi John Koger Willianls^ b. June 4, 1800; m. Phebe R. 

Mayhew. £Li7.j^t£^-^ ^^'^' ' 

465 vii Benj. Burbank', b. Sept. 24, 1802; m. Betsej;^Lowell. 

466 viii Lois Palmer', b. May 26, 1806; m. Dec, 1823, Reuben 

Lowell of Chesterville. 

188 

William*^ Bradbuey (Johii^, John'', WymoncF, Wy- 
mond^, Thomas^), married at Bath, February 24, 1788, 

*Rev. Jotham Sewall, jr., son of Eev. Jotham and Jenny (Sewall) Sew- 
all, born Dec. 6, 1791, was a Congregational clergyman, had a fifteen years' 
settlement at Newcastle, Me., and was also settled as pastor at other 
places. He died Dec. 18, 1884. His wife, Rachel Crosby (Bradbury) 
Sewall, died jSTov. 10, 1837. Chiklren: i Stephen Bayley, b. Nov. 22, 
1815, m. Hannah W. Shepard of Hallowell and d. Dec. 23, 1864; ii David 
Brainerd, b. Jan. 18, 1817 (Bowdoin College, 1836), m. Mary Drummond 
of Bristol ; he is a Congregational minister at South Berwick, iii Pris- 
cilla, b. xMarch 8, 1819, d. July 26, 1822; iv Jane Stinson, b. April 11, 1821, 
m. William J, Thorne of Westbrook, and d. Dec. 6, 1853; v Abigail Tit- 
comb, b. Sept. 4, 1823, d. Oct. 18, 1824; vi Jotham Bradbury, b. Oct. 3, 
1825 (Bowdoin College, 1848), m. Frances Swett of Dedham, Mass. He 
is head master of Thayer Academy at Braintree, Mass. vii Mary Chap- 
man, b. April 16, 1827, d. Aug. 15, 1848; viii John Smith, b. March 20, 
1830 (Bowdoin College, 1850), m. Louisa Benson of Winthrop. He is 
professor in the Bangor Theological Seminary; ix Edward Payson, b. 
March 14, 1832, d. April 6, 1882; x Harvey Loomis, b. May 12, 1834, d. 
Aug. 13, 1837. 



110 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

Anna Mitchell. He lived in Chester plantation, now 
Chesterville, and died November 22, 1846. His wife 
died November 13, 1827. He was deacon of the Bap- 
tist church in Chesterville, and a highly respected 
citizen. He was treasurer of the town from its incor- 
poration to the time of his death. When no minister 
was present he took charge of religious meetings in 
the neighborhood, and led the singing. 

Children : 

467 i Jenny^ b. Dec. 26, 1788; m. March 18, 1810, Daniel 

Storer,* s. Carthage, Me. 

468 ii Jotham^ b. Nov. 17, 1790; m. 1st Nancy Merrick ; 2d 

Rachel (Hinckley) Merrick. 

469 iii Hannah^ b. Aug. 22, 1793 ; d. July 13, 1822. 

470 iv William Otis^ b. June 5, 1800; m. Lavina Pierce. 



101 

Samuel^ Bradbury (John^, John"*, Wymond^, Wy- 
mond^ Thomas^), married July 10, 1802, Dorcas, daugh- 
ter of Nathaniel Eemick of Newcastle, N. H., who was 
born November, 1770, and died December 9, 1806. 
For second wife he married, March 34, 1815, Sally 
(Leighton) Harold, daughter of William Leighton of 
Eliot, who was born August, 1782, and died December 
15, 1863. He died Nov. 10, 1849. 

*A communication, from one well acquainted, says: "They (Mr. and 
Mrs. Storer), were two of the best people in the world. They had no 
children, and left a good property to distant relatives. Their fireside 
was the home of the destitute of many other families." 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. Ill 

Children : 

By first marriage : 

471 i Susan Preble', b. May 2, 1803. 

472 ii Theophilus Washington', b. Nov. 5, 1804. 

473 iii Nathaniel Remick", b. Dec. 2, 1806. 
By second marriage : 

474 iv Charles Leighton^ b. Dec. 20, 1815; m. Hannah P. 

Brasbridge of Alton, N. H. 

475 V Samuel Adams', b. April 15, 1817 ; m. Louisa Maria 

Welch of Monmouth, Me. 

476 vi Miriam S.^ b. June 20, 1819 ; m. John Terry. / ^ 

477 vii Cotton Chased b. Aug. 18, 1822, m. Rebecca Brewer of / >^ 

Providence, R. I. * '*-/ / 6 /^^ ' / l/^ 

478 viii John William^ b. Dec. 12, 1827 ; L. Ann Eliza Wells. 



195 

Joseph*^ Bradbury (John^, John'^, Wymond^, Wy- 
mond^, Thomas^), married January 28, 1806, Abigail, 
daughter of Captain John Chaney, who was born in 
Dunstable, Mass., April 26, 1786. She died in Wilton, 
Me., January 25, 1860, and he in Bangor, June 11 fol- 
lowing. Their children were born in Chesterville. 

Childi-en : 
Milton^ b. Feb. 19, 1807; d. Nov. 6, 1822. 
Chaney Cortez^ b. June 30, 1810; d. Dec. 14, 1822. 
David^, b. Jan. 20, 1812 ; m. Julia A. Livingston. 
Amanda', b. Sept. 21, 1814; m. March 26, 1833, Daniel 

Butterfield. 
Simon Pierce'', b. April 18, 1816; m. Maiy A. Gowen. 
Mary^ b. June 4, 1819; m. Nov. 26, 1835, Reuben Lord 

of Wilton. 



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485 vii Matilda French'', b. Jan. 1, 1824 ; m. Dec. 5, 1844, Joseph 
G. Hoyt of Wilton. Mr. Hoyt was a prominent man 
in town and county. He served in the Maine Senate 
and was long route agent on the Androscoggin branch 
of the Maine Central railroad. He died in 1889. 



198 
David'' Bkadbury (Jolin^, John*, Wymond^, Wy- 
mond^, Thomas^), married Sophia, daughter of Josiah 
Chase. He died in 1840. The births of his children 
are recorded in York. 





Children : 


486 i 


EUzabeth C.', b. Jan. 28, 1813. 


487 ii 


Cotton Chase^ b. Nov. 23, 1814. 


488 iii 


William B.^* b. Oct. 6, 1816; d. Jan, 




Jersey. 


489 iv 


Jotham C.^ b. Jan. 3, 1819. 


490 y 


Edward Grow^ b. Dec. 4, 1820. 



1868, in New 



199 

Jeremiah*' Bradbury (Joseph^, John*, Wymond^, 
Wymond^, Thomas^), born in Saco, October 22, 1779, 
studied law in the office of Cyrus King, Esq., of Saco, 
and also in the office of Nicholas Emery of Parsons- 
field. He was admitted to the York county bar in 
1805, and opened an office in Saco. In 1810 he moved 
to Biddeford, and in 1812 to South Berwick. In 1813 

*William B. Bradbury was a distinguished musician, a popular teacher 
of music and author of several singing-books, embracing a wide range 
of song, both secular and sacred. His name will long be remembered by 
lovers of good music. 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 113 

he was appointed collector of customs for the district 
of York, and in May, 1815, moved to York. In 1820 
he was appointed by Governor King clerk of the judi- 
cial courts of York county, when he resigned his col- 
lectorship and moved to Alfred. He held this position, 
with the exception of a single year, until 1841, wdien 
he moved to Calais where he continued the practice of 
law, a portion of the time in company with George 
Walker, Esq., until November, 1848, when he died. 
He was married October 28, 1810, to Mary Lang- 
don, daughter of Seth Storer of Wells and Saco, who 
was born in Saco, December 5, 1789. Mrs Bradbury's 
mother was Olive, daughter of Col. Tristram Jordan, 
who died in Saco, August 4, 1842, aged eighty-four 
years. 

Children : 

491 i Bion', b. Biddeford, Dec. 6, 1811 ; m. Alice TI. Williams. 

492 ii Lucius'', b. South Berwick, Aug. 3, 1814. He graduated 

from the military academy at West Point in 1835. 
He went to Calais, and was connected with the press, 
studied law, was deputy collector of the district of 
Passamaquoddy until his death, which occurred June 
27, 1850. He married, Xov. 26, 1846, Emily Hall 
Goold, who died in 1848. He then married Lucy A. 
Goold, Nov. 29, 1849. One daughter by the second 
marriage, Marcia Gardner, was born Sept. 25, 1850. 

493 iii Mary Langdon', b. April 2, 1817; m. April 6, 1841, 

Rev. William T. Savage of Amherst, X. H. They 
afterward moved to Houlton, Me., then to Franklin, 
N. H., where she died Jan. 1, 1872. She was a writer 
of decided merit; wrote a novel founded on incidents 
connected with the great fire at Miramichi, a sketch 



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114 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

of her sister Marcia, and a small volume entitled 
"The Soldier's Child." She contributed more or 
less of poetry to the public press. 
494 iv Ann Eliza^ b. May 28, 1819. She married in 1852, 
Judge Anson G. Chandler and accompanied him 
abroad where he had been appointed consul. They 
returned in 1860, and after that spent much of their 
time in the middle and southei-n states. She survived 
her husband two years, and died in Providence, R. I., 
March 26, 1865. Their children died in infancy. 
Emily^ b. Alfred, May 18, 1821 ; m. Francis K. Swan- 
Frederic Storer^ b. Aug. 28, 1823 ; d. Sept. 29, 1824. 
Marcia^ b. July 15, 1825; d. Feb. 28, 1840. 

498 viii Frederic Storer^, b March 13, 1829. He served during 

the early part of the war of the rebellion in the 90th 
regiment, Pennsylvania volunteers, and was after- 
ward transferred to the 11th Pennsylvania volunteers. 
He was taken prisoner Aug. 19, 1864, at the attack 
on the Weldon railroad, and was carried to Rich- 
mond. He was transfen-ed to the Salisbury, N. C. 
prison, where he died Dec. 14, 1864, as the result of 
the infamous treatment received by Union prisoners 
at that institution. 

205 
JosiAH^* Bradbury ( Josiah^ Josiah'*, Wymond^, Wy- 
monc?, Thomas^), born February 6, 1773 ; married 
Anna Lander, and died February 12, 1860. His wife 
died at Dead River settlement in September, 1836. 
His children, born in Starks, Maine, were : 

499 i Josiah'', b. ; d. young. 

500 ii Catherine Frothingham'', b. ; m. McKecknie. 

*He was first named John, but after the death of his brother, his name 
was changed to Josiah, not Joseph, as stated on page 87. 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 115 

501 iii MaiyAnn^ b. Feb. 15, 1805; m. Nov. 6, 1823, Wil- 

liam Meader. 

502 iv Tamar Lander^ b. March 15, 1807; m. 1830, John D. 

Caster. 

503 V Josiah', b. . 

504 vi AbigaiF, b. ; m. Withes. 

505 vii Lydia'^, b. ; m. Fairbanks. 

506 viii Ebenezer Clough^, b. ; d. unmarried. 

507 ix Sarah Jane^, b. . 

508 X Learned Greaton^ b. ; d. unmarried. 



208 
Theophilus^ Bradbury (Jonathan^, Theophilus*, 
Wymonc?, Wymond^, Thomas^), married October 3, 
1792, Lois Pillsbury, who was born July 11, 1775. He 
resided at Newburyport, and died June 19, 1848 ; his 
wife died September 4, 1828. 

Children : 

509 i Ebenezer^, b. July 81, 1793 ; m. Nancy Merrill ; 2d Mary 

Tappan. 

510 ii John'', b. , 1795; d. same year. 

511 iii daughter^, b. , 1897; d. same year. 

512 iv Rebecca^ b. July 7, 1799 ; m. John Hughes. 

513 V John'', b. Aug. 18, 1801 ; m. Rebecca Moody Boardman. 

514 vi Mary^ b. , 1803 ; d. 1808. 

515 vii Mary Louisa^, b. Dec. 13, 1810 ; m. Moses Hale. 

209 

Smith^ Bradbury (Jonathan^, Theophilus'*, Wy- 

mond^, Wymond^, Thomas^), married April 9, 1793, 

Mary, daughter of Deacon John Hovey. He was a 

merchant, resided at Kennebunkport, and his children 



116 BE AD BURY MEMORIAL. 

were born there. He died June 28, 1823. His widow 
born February 29, 1768, died May 13, 1838. 

Children : 

616 i Harriet', b. Dec. 26, 1793; d. Feb. 28, 1814. 

617 ii Mar)^ b. May 22, 1795; m. Dec. 10, 1817, Stephen 

Towne. 
518 iii Amelia^ b. May 4, 1797; d. Sept. 12, 1842, at Syi-acuse, 
New York. 

619 iv Charles', b. Oct. 7, 1798 ; m. Juhet Walker. 

620 V Caroline',* b. Jan. 15, 1803; m. Oliver Smith. 

213 
Charles® Bradbury (Wymond^, Theophilus*, Wy- 
mond^, Wymond^, Thomas^), married May 14, 1794, 
Sarah Blanchard, who was born December 7, 1768. 
She died February 23, 1801, and he married, second, 
January 17, 1803, Hannah Oakes, who was born Feb- 
ruary 27, 1782, and died May 6, 1806. He married, 
thiixl, April 26, 1807, Mary Oakes, who was born No- 
vember 9, 1787, and died March 18, 1866. 

*Caroline Bradbury married Capt. Oliver Smith, master-mariner, Nov. 
8, 1826, and died in Sti'afford, Conn., Aug. 17, 1853. Their children were 
as follows: Frederick, b. Sept. 2, 1827, d. Aug. 8, 1829; Ellen, b. Dec. 20, 
1828, d. same day; Frederick Oliver, b. May 28, 1830, d. in New York city 
June 1, 18.55 ;^Edwin Bradbury, b. Oct. 3, 1832. He graduated from Bow- 
doin College in 1856, studied lavp in the office of Edward E. Bourne, Avas 
admitted to the bar of York county, and after practicing three years in 
Limerick, he opened an office in Saco. Here he was deputy collector of 
customs tliree years, represented Saco three years in the state legisla- 
ture, the last term being elected speaker of the house, and in 1873, he 
was appointed by Governor Perham, reporter of decisions of the su- 
preme judicial court. In 1875, he was appointed assistant attorney- 
general of the United States, and resided some years in Washington. 
He then removed to New York city and was connected with a law firm 
there. He was never married. 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 117 

Children, the last eight born in Charlestown : 

521 i Charles^ b. July 10, 1795 ; d. Sept. 25 following. 

522 ii Charles^ b. Oct. 1, 1796 ; d. Aug. SI, 1843. 

523 iii Sally^ b. Dec. 26, 1798 ; d. March 3, 1826. 

524 iv Judith^ b. Feb. 4, 1801 ; d. Aug. 21, 1803. 
By second wife : 

525 V James Oakes^ b. June 30, 1805 ; d. Sept. 4, 1806. 
By third wife : 

526 vi infant'^, b. Aug. 16, 1808 ; d. aged two days. 

527 vii George^ b. Oct. 28, 1809 ; d. March 11, 1866. 

528 viii Wyman^ b. Oct. 19, 1812; m. Elizabeth Ann Star- 

buck. 
528^ ix Jonathan Oakes^ b. April 12, 1815; d. Feb. 14, 1816. 

529 X Mary Elizabeth^ b. Nov. 16, 1817; m. March 7, 1844, 

John Sanborn of Charlestown. 

530 xi Jonathan Oakes', b. July 21, 1819; m. Rachel G. 

Brooks. 

531 xii Jane Moody^ b. March 16, 1822 ; d. July 9, 1825. 

532 xiii Sarah Jane^ b. July 4, 1826 ; m. Jan. 24, 1850, Wil- 

liam F. Con ant of Charlestown. 

William^ Beadbury (WymoncP, Theophilus*, Wy- 
mond^, WymoncP, Thomas^), married in 1794, Elizabeth 
Floyd, and died January 4, 1848. 
Children : 

533 i Eliza^ b. Aug. 14, 1795 ; m. Thomas R. Peck of Med- 

ford. 
Marv^ b. Sept. 14, 1797 ; d. Aug. 15, 1848. 
William Moody^ b. July 21, 1800; d. Sept. 6, 1821. 
iv Susan XewhalF, b. July, 1802 ; d. May 29, 1867. 

Henry Wymond", b. March 5, 1804; d. Nov. 8, 1810. 
Caroline'', b. Jan. 8, 1806 ; m. George Chase. 
Charlotte^ b. Feb. 14, 1808. 
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Edward^ Bradbury (Wymond^, Theophilus*, Wy- 
mond^, Wymond^, Thomas^), married October 28, 1804, 
Abigail Hill. He died August 22, 1855. 
Children : 

541 i Elbridge^ b. Aug. 21, 1805 ; m. Mary J. Underhill. 

542 ii Abby^ b. Sept. 25, 1806. 

543 iii Wymond^ b. Nov. 20, 1811 ; d. unmarried Feb. 22, 1875. 

544 iv Mary Rogers^ b. Nov. 18, 1816. 

222 
Francis^ Bradbury (Theophilus^, Theophilus*, Wy- 
mond^, Wymond^, Thomas^), married October 6, 1803, 
Hannah Jones, daughter of John Jones and Nabby 
(Mears) Spooner of Dorchester, who died February 14, 
1827. He died in 1837. 

Children : 

545 i Frances^ b. Aug. 4, 1808 ; m. 1st Samuel Woodbridge of 

Vergennes, Vt., 2d Otis Haven of Jamaica Plains. 

546 ii Francis^ b. April 7, 1810; m. Sophia Tomlinson of Ver- 

gennes, Vt. 

547 iii Elizabeth Ann^ b. ; d. 1815. 

548 iv Sarah Elenora^ b. Nov., 1816 ; m. George S. Curtis. She 

died March 28, 1872. 

549 V Elizabeth^b. 1818; d. 1820. 

550 vi John Jones Spoone/, b. Jan. 10, 1822; m. June 14, 

1860, Devilia L. (Franklin) Cargill of Syracuse, N. Y. 
He died in 1874. 

225 
Gj^orge^ Bradbury (Theophilus^, Theophilus*, Wy- 
mond^, Wymond^, Thomas^), married June 15, 1800, 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 119 

Mary Kent of Falmouth, who died in 1819. He died 
November 17, 1823. He was a lawyer, lived in Port- 
land; was senator in the legislature and served two 
terms in congress from the Cumberland district, 1813- 
17. 

Children : 

551 i Mary Kent^ b. Feb. 8, 1801 ; d. unmarried, 

552 ii John Kent'^, b. ; died at sea. 

553 iii Caroline Keith'', b. ; m. June 12, 1837, Luther Dan- 

iel of Rutland, Vt. 

554 iv Frances'', b. . 

555 V Francis^ (?) b. , 1803 ; d, 1804. 

227 
Charles^ Bradbury (Theophilus^, Theophilus'^, Wy- 
mond^, Wymond^, Thomas^), married June 17, 1810, 
Elenora Gumming, and died July 11, 1853. His wife 
was the only daughter of Thomas Gumming, who came 
to Falmouth from Scotland in 1773, and carried on 
business on India street. 

Children : 

556 i Charles Wi^iam^ b. March 26, 1811; m. Eleanor F. 

Bradley. 

557 ii Mary Kent^ b. ; m. Nov. 20, 1845, Theodore Hart 

of Montreal. 

558 iii Elenora Cummings^ b. ; d. . 

559 iv Caroline Keith'', b. ; m. June 13, 1854, Francis O. 

Watts of Boston. 

560 V George^ b. ; d. 1845. 

561 vi Harriet Maria^ b. ; m. Charles L. J. Duchesnay. 

562 vii Thomas'', b. ; d. aged two years. 



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229 

JoHN^ Bradbury (Rowlanc?, John*, William^, Wil- 
liam^, Thomas^), married June 1, 1776, at Meridith,^ 
N. H., Susannah Hutchinson. He married second, 
Anna Emerson. 

Children : 

563 i Polly'', b. ; m. Ebenezer Avery. 

564 ii John', b. Gilmanton, N. H., Sept. 27, 1779; m. Hannah 

Bubier. 

565 iii Susan'', b. ; m. Royal Prescott. 

566 iv Stephen", b. ; m. widow Locke. 

By second wife : 

567 V Anna", b. ; m. 1st Chute, •2d Stephen Gale. 

568 vi VVillianV, b. ; m. Phebe Horr. 

569 vii Sally', b. ; m. James Hnnkins. 

570 viii Benjamin'', b. ; m. Lorinda Knowlton, or Joanna 

Weeks. 

571 ix Joseph'', b. Oct. 16, 1793 ; ra. Hannah Boyd. 

572 X Phebe'', b. ; m. at Guilford, Tufton Vittum, r. 

Sandwich, N. H. 

573 xi Jesse'', b. ; m. Susan Craig. 

574 xii Betsey", b. ; m. at Gilmanton, John Hutchinson. 

575 xiii Jabez", b. ; d. unmarried. 



232 
Paul^ Bradbury (Rowland^, John'', WilHam^, Wil- 
liam^, Thomas^), married March 14, 1780, Ruth Weare, 
who was born in York, December 23, 1756. He moved 
from SaHsbury to Tamworth, N. H., and died at Bel- 
grade, Maine, December 21, 1832. His wife died in 
Industry, Maine, December 31, 1823. 



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Children : 

John Stevens^ b. Aiig. 6, 1781 ; m. Lois Pinkham. 
Jane Choate^ b. March 22, 1783 ; m. John Gould of 

Newton, N". H. 
Molly^ b. Oct. 1, 1785 ; m. Daniel Townsend of Sidney. 
True^ b. Jan. 31, 1788 ; m. Lydia Gushing Allen. 

Hannah'', b. , 1790 ; d. young. 

AbigaiF, b. , 1792; d. young. 

Sukey^, b. Jan. 10, 1794; m. John Lord of Belgrade. 
Samuel Hidden^ b. March 29, 1796; m. Bethiah H. 

Dinsmore. 



234 
Ephraim*^ Bradbury (Rowland^, Jolin'^, William^, 
William^, Thomas^), married February 13, 1773, Molly 
Wier (or Weare). He died in Moultonboro, N. H. 
Ghildren : 

584 i Dolly Stevens'', b. March 21, 1774; m. David Adams ; 

d. April 26, 1848, in Sandwich, N. H. 

585 ii Mehitable'^, b. Kensington, N. H.; m. Isaac Ryan of 

PljTuouth, N. H.; d. in Plymouth, X. H., 1848. 

586 iii Eunice'', b. Moultonboro ; m. Joseph Graves. 

587 iv Jane', b. March 11, 1782; m. Sept. 6, 1804, Ezekiel 

Merrill of Plymouth, N. H.; d. Dec. 22, 1817. He d. 
July 29, 1879. 

588 V Rebecca'^, b. ; m. Augustus Chandler of Moulton- 

boro, N. H. 

589 vi Ephraim^, b. ; d. aged 8 years. 

235 
William'^ Bradbury (SaniueP, James*, William^, Wil- 
liam^, Thomas^), married in 1787, Polly Meacham. 



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Childi*en : 

591 i Judith^ b. , 1789. 

592 ii Maiy, b. , 1791. 

593 iii Sally^ b. , 1794. 

594 iv SamueF, b. , 1796. 

595 V William^ b. . 1799. 

596 vi David^ b. , 1802. 

598 vii Benjamin^ b. , 1803. 

599 viii Betsey^ b. , 1806. 

600 ix RoswelF, b. , 1812. 

236 
James^, Bradbury (SamueP, James'^, William^, Wil- 
liam^, Thomas^), married November 6, 1788, Sarah 
Coffin. She died October 6, 1828, and he died in Jan- 
uary, 1847. 

Children : 

601 i Ebenezer'^, b. Dec. 11, 1784 ; m. Mary Thompson. 

602 ii Sarah^ b. Dec. 13. 1786; m. William H. Mitchell. 

603 iii Nancy Coffin^ b. July 15, 1789 ; m. June 18, 1825, Mo- 

ses Farrington. 

604 iv Poiy, b. ; d. . 

605 V Mary'^, b. Feb. 28, ; m. Joseph Jones. 

606 vi James^ b. March 22, 1799. 

607 vii John Coffin^ b. Sept. 11, 1801 ; m. Margaret Shaw Tilton. 

239 
Samuel'^ Bradbury (SamueP, James*, WiUiam^, Wil- 
liam^, Thomas^), married in 1806, Christiana Gates. 
He was a seaman with home in Baltimore. He was lost 
at sea in 1811. 

Child : 

608 i John Talbot Morris^ b. , 1807; m. Mary Jane Rob- 

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Dayid^ Bkadbuey (SamiieP, James^ William^ Wil- 
liam^, Thomas^), married September 24, 1795, Abigail 
R. Simpson. He died April 30, 1845. 
Childi'en : 

609 i SamueF, b. Sept. 24, 1796 ; d. Jan. 24, 1817, unmarried. 

610 ii David B. S.^ b. Nov. 6, 1797 ; d. Dec. 25, 1822, un- 

married. 

611 iii Francis C.^ b. Feb. 4, 1799 ; m. May 30, 1830, Orelia M. 

Pizaro, who was born in Italy; no issue. 

John', b. Sept. 18, 1800; d. Dec. 25, 1809. 

Mary S.^, b. March 27, 1802 ; d. March, 1875, unmarried. 

Sarah^ b. Sept. 11, 1803; d. in Boston, Feb. 10, 1872. 

WilUam Simpson', b. Feb. 8, 1805 ; m. Mary H. Oliver. 

George^ b. Oct. 16, 1807; d. Dec. 9, 1835, unmarried. 

617 ix Abigail S.^ b. March 3, 1810; m. 1853, Thomas A. 

Gross of Welfleet, Mass. 

618 X Belinda^ b. June 17, 1812 ; m. Feb. 2, 1828, James Da- 

vis of New Sharon. 

619 xi Eliza S.^ b. May 21, 1814 ; d. March 25, 1844. 

620 xii Pamelia C.^ b. June 29, 1818 ; d. unmarried. 

621 xiii Harriet B.^ b. July 3, 1820 ; m. 1845, William Billings 

of New Sharon; 2d, 1853, James E. Lewis of Provi- 
dence, R. I. They both died in Providence. 

24r4 

Daniel^ Bradbury* (Sanders^ James^ William^ 
Williaml Thomas^), married September 15, 1791, Eliz- 

♦Daniel Bradbury was a native of Nottingham, N. H. When sixteen 
years of age he enlisted in a Salem. N. H., company and joined the patriot 
army at West Point. He served through the remainder of the war, and 
at its close received his discharge at the hands of Washington. After 
the war he spent some time in the service of Washington while he was 
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abeth Lunt, who was born September 29, 1765, and 
died in 1853. He died September 21, 1852. Their 
children were born in Newbury and Haverhill, Mass. 

Children : 

622 i SalV, b. April 19, 1792 ; m. James Bracy. 

623 ii Daniel', h. March 23, 1795 ; d. unmarried. 

624 iii Harriet^ b. Feb. 2, 1797 ; m. Nov. 26, 1817, Benjamin 

Pettengill of Newbury, Mass. 

625 iv Mary', b. Sept. 23, 1800; m. Isaac Emerson of Methuen. 

626 V Betsey^ b. Feb. 7, 1803; m. Benj. Smith of Haverhill. 

627 vi Hannah^ b. July 10, 1805; m. WilUam Kimball of 

North Andover. 

628 vii Nancy", b. Feb. 4, 1808 ; m. Joshua Witham. 

James^ Bradbury (Sanders^, James*, William^, Wil- 
liam^, Thomas^), married April 5, 1795, Catherine Con- 
ant, who was born November 28, 1793, and died March 
12, 1862, in Cambridge, Mass. He died October 14, 
1811, in Hollis, N. H. 

Children : 
James'', b. Jan. 4, 1796 ; m. Louisa Ayer. 
Catherine% b. March 25, 1798. 

WiUiam Sanders', b. Feb. 14, 1800 ; m. Elizabeth Em- 
erson. 
Charles^ b. July 4, 1802 ; m. Mary E. Worcester. 
Elizabeth^ b. Sept. 18, 1804 ; m. Nov. 7, 1841, Francis 
Caverly of Boston. 

634 vi Samuel Fox^ b. Dec. 25, 1806 ; m. Mary Ann (Leathe) 

Brooks. 

635 vii Josiah Conant", b. Feb. 21, 1809 ; m. Almira Hemenway. 

636 viii Mary Ann% b. May 17, 1811. 



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251 
Jacob*^ Bradbury (Sanders^, James'*, William^, Wil- 
liam^, Thomas^), married Mary Hutchinson, who was 
born in Windsor county, Vermont, in 1775, and died 
October 10, 1845. He died in Madison, Iowa, Novem- 
ber 20, 1826. He moved from Hartford, Vermont, to 
Onondaga county, New York, and from thence to Man- 
lius county, Ohio. 

Children : 
637 i Cornelius Saunders'', b. Dec. 11, 1799 ; m. Sallie Ann 
Spinney. 

Elizabetll^ b. , 1804; d. South Carolina in 1825. 

Marcus Tullius Cicero", b. March 14, 1808; m. Cather- 
ine Thorne. 
Enlily^ b. July 16, 1810; m. - — VVestgate. 
Charlotte", b. Jan. 14, 1812; m. Enoch Doane. 

Mary^ b. , 1814; m. 1851, Whiston Bristow. 

Charles William", b. July, 1816; m.— — , no issue. 
James'', b March, 1820. He was residing in Ohio un- 
married in 1858. 

252 
William*^ Bradbury (Sanders^, James*, Wilham^, 
William^ Thomas^), married in 1805, Sarah (Lunt) 
Mitchell, who was born Se^Dtember 9, 1779, and died 
in St. Louis, Mo., November 8, 1850. He died in Brat- 
tleboro, Vt., July 13, 1815. 

Children : 

645 i William Lunt^ b. Dec. 23, 1805; m. April 26, 1829, 

Sarah Martin, He died in New York, 1850. 

646 ii Elizabeth Chapman^ b. Oct. 31, 1808 ; d. Milford, N. H., 

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647 iii Joseph Sanders^ b. July 22, 1811 ; m. Mary M. Lunt. 

648 iv Sarah^ b. March 14, 1814; d. Milford, N. H., Oct. 15, 

1814. 



253 
Joseph^ Bradbury (Sanders", James* William^, Wil- 
liam^, Thomas^), married January 29, 1804, Hannah 
Putnam, who was born April 29, 1785, and died in 
South Boston, May 27, 1841. He died in Hillsboro, 
N. H., April 9, 1832. Their children, born in Wood- 
stock, Vermont, were : 

Alma Lorassi^ b. Dec. 23, 1804 ; d. April 9, 1832. 
Laura de Sedolitz^ b. Dec. 23, 1806 ; d. Jan. 4, 1833. 
Susan Amanda^ b. Aug. 9, 1808 ; d. Aug. 8, 1834. 
Sarah Colby^ b. March 18, 1810; m. Feb. 9, 1834, Sa- 
bins Travers. 

653 V Lefe Pierce^ b. Jan. 13, 1812; m. April, 1840, James 

Percival. She died in Hillsboro, N. H., Aug. 17, 
1848. 

654 vi Mary^ b. Sept. 7, 1813; d. Sept. 25 following. 

655 vii Martha^ b. Sept. 7, 1813; d. Sept. 30 following. 

656 viii Joseph^ b. Aug. 27, 1814. 

657 ix George Washington'', b. June 19, 1816; m. Ann Re- 

becca Wright. 

658 X James Putnam^ b. March 19, 1818 ; d. Aug. 21, 1849. 

659 xi Charles^ b. Dec. 24, 1819 ; d. July 17, 1821. 

660 xii William Henry^ b. July 24, 1821 ; d. Nov. 13, 1840, in 

Boston. 

661 xiii Charles Augustus'', b. April 8, 1823 ; d. Dec. 2, 1826. 

662 xiv Edward Mortimer^ b. April 18, 1825 ; d. Oct. 25, 1844. 

663 XV Hannah Frances"', b. April 17, 1827; d. 1867 at Wood- 

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257 
James^ Bradbury (James^, Crisp'*, William^, Wil- 
liam^, Thomas^), married January 20, 1805, Mary 
Scammon, who was born August 4, 1788. He died at 
sea in September, 1803. 

Children : 

664 i Rufus^ b. Nov. 27, 1805; d. Sept. 7, 1806. 

665 ii Octavia^ b. Aug. 6, 1807 ; m. Oct. 9, 1828, Joseph Lane. 

She d. Jan. 12, 1841. 

666 iii NathanieF, b. June 13, 1809; m. Lucy Sawyer. 

260 
Crisp^ Bradbury (James% Crisp"*, William^, William^, 
Thomas*), married June 13, 1824, Mary Rumery, and 
died in Biddeford, April 17, 1828. His widow married 
William Berry of Old Orchard, and again became a 
widow. She was the daughter of Edward, jr., and 
Rebecca (Scammon) Rumery. 

Children : 

667 i James Paine^ b. March 23, 1825; d. Aug. 23, 1826. 

668 ii Edward Rumery", b. June 17, 1827; m. Harriet Newell 

Noble. 

267 
Jabez'' Bradbury (William^, Benjamin*, William^, 
William^, Thomas*), was by occupation a millwright. 
He married Priscilla Joselyn and moved to Hodgdon, 
Maine. His wife had deceased prior to 1850, and at 
that time he was living in the family of Christopher 
C. Bradbury in Hodgdon, whose wife was his wife's 
sister. 



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Children : 

669 i George W7, b. , 1830. 

670 ii Davids b. , 1834, 



280 
Jacob^ Bradbuey (Jacob^, Thomas*, Jacob^, Wil- 
liam^, Thomas^), married Jane Piper. 
Children : 

671 i Join/, b. March 22, 1805 ; d. Feb. 24, 1834. 

672 ii Benjamin', b. ; d. aged two years. 

673 iii Jane", b. Jan. 9, 1809. 

674 iv Albion^ b. May 6, 1810; m. Elizabeth L. Wentworth. 

675 V Saliy^ b. March 31, 1815. 

282 
Thomas^ Bradbury (Jacob"^, Thomas*, Jacob^, Wil- 
liam^, Thomas^), married Sally Webster, who died in 
1840, perhaps at Bangor. He died in 1849 at Charles- 
town, Mass. 

Children : 

676 i Amanda'', b. ; m. Micaj ah Haskell. 

677 ii Charles Webster", b. Oct. 30, 1807; m. Sarah Merrill. 

678 iii John Thomas'', b. ; d. aged ten years. 

679 iv Horace James^ b. Dec. 7, 1811 ; m. Harriet Newell Ul- 

rick. 

680 V Edwan'', b. ; m. and lived in Georgetown, Cal., and 

died there. 

283 
Joseph^ Bradbury* (Jacob^, Thomas*, Jacob^, Wil- 
liam^, Thomas^), married at Andover, Mass., Elizabeth, 

* Joseph Bradbury settled m Exeter, Me., and after a few years, in 
1816, emigrated westward. Something over fifty years after he left Ex- 



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or Betsey Stevens, who was born April 21, 1776, and 
died October 4, 1838. He was one of the early settlers 
of Exeter, Maine. He died in Cheshire, Ohio, Sep- 

eter, in 1872, three of his sons, Caleb, Asa and Joseph, came from their 
distant homes to visit the place of their birth, on which occasion the late 
David Barker composed the following lines : — 

THE BEADBURY BOYS. 
I know how people talk and feel, 

About this noise and fuss. 
This meeting here today between 

The Bradbury boys and us. 

How time whirls on — in figuring up 

We find the fact appears. 
Since last we met these Bradbury boys 

'Tis more than fifty years. 

Perhaps you know these Bradbury boys. 

If not, you ought to know 
This tall, gray fellow here is Cale, 

And then come Ase and Joe, 

These other fellows lubbering round. 

Are all our boys you see — 
Here's IS'oah and Xat and Dan and Mark, 

And also Lew and me. 

These Bradbury boys, one left his law. 

And one his grapes and corn. 
And traveled near a thousand miles 

To find where they were born. 

Look: — here's where old Joe Bradbury lived — 

The place that Bradbury tilled. 
And there's the chopping father cleared 

The year that he was killed. 

And there's where Thomas Townsend dwelt, 

Where on his leathern seat. 
He took those measures year by year 

Of our tired, pattering feet. 
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tember 1, 1828. His children were bom in Limerick 
and Exeter, Maine, and in Cheshire, Ohio, and were : 

681 i Cale¥, b. Jan. 10, 1801 ; m. Almira Elizabeth Brown. 

682 ii Ammi K. C.', b. ; d. aged 16 months. 

Those feet have trod some sHppery paths 

Since death one day so grim, 
Took Townsend from his kit of tools 

And then his breath from him. 

Tliat broken clam-sliell skimmer there, 

This moment found by Joe, 
His mother used for skimming milk 

Some sixty years ago. 

Poor Joe— but then my muse can wait 

Until your cheeks are dry, 
Some think that nought but loss of fees, 

Can make a lawyer cry. 

That wall — hold on — Nat's pigs are out — 

Good gracious what a fuss 
Mid pigs and tears to rhyme about. 

The Bradbury boys and vis. 

Don't ask — that thought has bothered me: — 

This how and where and lohen, 
We six shall meet and recognize 

These Bradbury boys again. 

Friends of life's early youth accept 

This humble gift of mine, 
A wreath wrought with a hurried hand 

Around this pilgrim shrine. 

However faint a fickle faith 

Some future bliss insures, 
Amid each agony of doubt 

One present bliss is yours. 

If you will bear to western homes 

Old memories frought with joy. 
As ^neas box'e Anchises through 

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683 iii Mary Stevens^ b. Jan. 28, 1804; m. 1st Aug. 24, 1823, 

Thomas Russell, and 2d, Dec. 11, 1834, Jacob Boice. 

684 iv Asa^ b. Nov. 22, 1805 ; m. Electa Harding. 

685 V Joseph^ b. Sept. 12, 1807; m. Eliza Strong. 

686 vi SamueF, b. Aug. 4, 1809; m. Clarissa Hackett. 

687 vii Phebe^ b. Sept. 18, 1811 ; m. Dec. 30, 1830, WUliam 

Giles Sisson. 

688 viii Nancy^ b. July 13, 1813 ; m. Aug. 2, 1854, Nathan Ed- 

mundston. 

689 ix Sara¥, b. April 19, 1815 ; m. Nov. 15, 1847, Zachariah 

Rathgeb. 

690 X Moses RusselF, b. May 13, 1818 ; m. Mary Harding. 



289 
Samuel^ Bradbury (Moses^, Thomas*, Jacob^, Wil- 
liam^, Thomas^), married Abigail Cleaves of Biddeford, 
and resided in that town. 

Childi-en : 

691 i True^ b. Jan. 27, 1785 ; m. Sally Nason. 

692 ii Ebenezer Cleaves'', b. June 2, 1788 ; m. Clara Adams. 

694 iii James'', b. . 

695 iv AbigaiF, b. . 

696 V Mary'', b. ; m. Benjamin Gilpatrick of Limerick. 

697 vi SamueP, b. . 

698 vii Christopher Columbus', b. June , 1794; m. Mary 

Joselyn. 

Jabez Page^ Bradbury (Thomas^, Thomas*, Jaeob^, 
William^, Thomas^), married at Limerick, May 27, 1786, 
Sarah Hilton Whitney. 



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Children : 

Sarah'', ba]?. June 20, 1790 ; m. Isaac Fellows of Athens. 

Abner'^, b. Dec. 29, 1787 ; m. Eunice Hall of Augusta, 

Josiah'', b. . 

Jabez'', b. . 

Mary'', b. ; m. Caleb Linscott. 

Anna'', b. ; m. Jacob Grosheimer. 

Lucy'', b. ; Andrew Cloutman. 

706 viii Lucinda'', b. ; m. Ruf us Jones of Parkman. 

297 
Daniel^ Bradbury (Thomas^, Thomas'*, Jacob^ Wil- 
liam^, Thomas^), married in Buxton, November 27, 
1788, Mary Wingate, who was born in Saco, August 
24, 1769. They lived in Limerick, Cornville and 
Athens, Maine. She died June 5, 1835, and he died at 
Athens, November 23, 1850. 

Children : 
Emery", b. June 14, 1789. 
Thomas^ b. Feb. 18, 1791 ; m. Dolly Morse. 

DanieP, b. April 7, 1793 ; ra. Mary . 

SilasT, b. May 2, 1795. 

William^ b. Dec. 31, 1797 ; m. Comfort Taylor. 

Fa^th^ b. April 1, 1800; m. Lewis Turner. 

Simon^ b. Sept. 19, 1802 ; m. Hannah Wood. 

Wingate^ b. Feb. 9, 1805 ; m. Sarah Hodgdon. 

Margaret^ b. April 22, 1807; m. George Locke. 

Benjamin', b. Oct. 9, 1809. 

Leonard^ b. Feb. 20, 1813; m. Fanny Hight. 

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Thomas^ Bradbury (Thomas^, Thomas^, Jacob^, Wil- 
liam^, Thomas^), married March 6, 1806, Abigail 
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Children : 

718 i Achsah^ b. Jan. 20, 1807 ; m. Feb. 7, 1835, Parker Beede 

of Sandwich, N. H. 

719 ii Mary^ b. Nov. 13, 1808 ; m. Dec. 2, 1837, Peter G. Ma- 

son of Tamworth, N. H. 

720 iii Cyrus^ b. April 20, 1811 ; m. Elizabeth E. Cheney; no 

issue. 

721 iv Thomas^ b. March 31, 1831 ; m. Emeline Edgerly. 

722 V Harriet^ b. July 28, 1815; m. Nov. 4, 1850, Jonathan 

Boothby of Saco. 

723 vi Gratia Eand^ b. Jan. 20, 1818 ; m. June 9, 1834, EUjah 

Tarbox of Buxton. 

724 vii Edward Warren", b. July 2, 1820. 

725 viii James^ b. April 27, 1823. 



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JoHN^ Bkadbury (William^, Thomas'*, Jacob^, Wil- 
liam^, Thomas^), married in 1815, Hannah Hanscom. 
He died April 19, 1858. 

Childi-en : 

726 i William Hanscom^ b. Sept. 7, 1816. 

727 ii Jesse Lee^ b. March 1, 1819, 

728 iii Eugene", b. Dec. 14, 1821. 

729 iv John Seavy^ b. Jan. 3, 1831. 

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Benjamin*^ Bradbury (Benjamin^, Thomas*, Jacob^, 
William^, Thomas^), married November 19, 1795, Bet- 
sey Eaton, who died November 23, 1814, and he mar- 
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134 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

Children : 

730 i Ruth^ b, Aug. 11, 1797 ; m. Samuel Hill. 

731 ii Mary", b. Jan. 5, 1801 ; m. Alonzo Cobb. 

732 iii John Eaton^ b. April 23, 1803 ; m. . 

733 iv Sarah^ b. Aug. 8, 1806. 

734 V Harriet^ b. Sept. 9, 1808. 

735 vi Thomas^ b. July 18, 1811. 
By second marriage : 

736 vii Gibeon^ b. . 

737 viii Benjamin FranklinT, b. . 

738 ix Betsey^ b. ; cl. unmarried. (She may have been 

first wife's child.) 

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GiBEON^ Beadbury (Benjamin^, Thomas^, Jacob^, Wil- 
liam^, Thomas^), married . 

Children : 

Ichabod^, b. . 

Gideon Witham^ b. ; m. Eliza'' Bradbury. 

Thomas^ b. . 

Mary'', b. ; m. Nathaniel Temple. 

Sarah'', b. ; m. Aaron Fagan. 

Huldah^, b. ; m. James Pollock. 

745 vii RacheP, b. ; m. Williams. 

316 
MosES^ Bradbury (Benjamin^, Moses*, Jacob^, Wil- 
liam^, Thomas^), married April 13, 1802, Agnes Hunt, 
who was born in Kentucky, October 4, 1785, and died 
September 17, 1840. He moved to Cincinnati about 
the year 1800, removed to Illinois and died August 10, 
1849. 



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Children : 
Phebe^ b. Aug. 18, 1803 ; m. Nicholas Walker. 
Rachel', b. Nov. 14, 1804; m. N. H. Turner. 
Elden^ b. Nov., 1806; d. April 16, 1818. 
Mary^ b. 1808; m. Abel Chase, m.d.; d. Aug. 6, 1839. 
Levi Hunt^ b. July 6, 1810 ; m. Mary A. Turner. 
Sally G.^ b. May 18, 1812 ; d. July following. 
Benjamin'^, b. May 30, 1813. He was a Baptist minister. 
William^ b. Oct. 7, 1815 ; d. next day. 
Saral/, b. June 4, 1817 ; d. June 4, 1831. 
Andrew Sherborn^, b. June 6, 1819; m. Sarah Ann 

Brunson. 
Pa^th^ b. Sept. 8, 1821 ; d. Dec. following. 
Cynthia Ann^ b. Jan. 26, 1823. 
Thomas^, ) He went to California. 
Uwins, b. March 8, 1826. 
Elizabeth^, ) m. May 5, 1844, A. H. Holman. 



317 
Jacob^ Bradbuey (Benjamin^ Thomas*, Jacob^, Wil- 
liam^, Thomas^), went to Ohio, where he married Pa- 
tience (Rounds) Quinby, who was born November 1, 
1782. She was the widow of Archibald Quinby of 
Saccarappa, who moved to Ohio and died a year after. 
She had by her first marriage one daughter, Polly 
(Quinby), born May 18, 1801. In 1827, Jacob Brad- 
bury went down the Ohio in a flat-bottom boat, built 
by himself, to the Mississippi, up the Mississippi to the 
Illinois, then up the latter to Naples, Scott county, 
where he settled.* 

*ln June, 1848, a family gathering of the descendants of Jacob Brad- 
bury was held at the residence of his son, Lemuel Bradbury, in Pike 
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Children : 
760 i Thomas^ b. Jan. 23, 1804; m. Pamelia or "Milly" 
Copeland. 
LemueF, b. April 18, 1805 ; m. Lydia Troy. 
Saiy, b. Nov. 30, 1806; m. 1826, Vincent Gray. 
Rut¥, b. April 24, 1809; m. John C. Wadsworth. 
Lucy'', b. Oct. 20, 1810 ; m. Cephas Simmons. 
Nathan Boulter^, b. Sej^t. 20, 1812; m. Dorcas Bogges. 
Betsey^ b. July 9, 1 814 ; d. same month. 
SamueF, b. Dec. 3, 1815 ; m. JuHa A. Merris. 
Katy'', b. Sept. 19, 1817 ; ra. Francis A. Kirkpatrick. 
Eliza^ b. Sept. 10, 1819; m. 1887, Gideon Witham 

Bradbury (740). 
Jacob Gary^ b. Sept. 29, 1821 ; m. Susan Gould. 
Jotham Bragdon'', b. March 12, 1824; m. Mahala J. 
Hobbs. 



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Thomas^ Bradbury (Benjamin^, Thomas*, Jacob', 
William^, Thomas^), married Katherine Hunt, who was 
born April 17, 1788, and died October 7, 1843. He 

"Jacob Bradbury and wife, who now reside a mile and a half south of 
Perry, in this county, were natives of Maine. Mr. Bradbury was born 
Nov. 7, 1783, and Mrs. Bradbury was born Nov. 1 , 1782. They came to Ohio 
in 1800, and afterward emigrated to this state, landing at Naples twenty- 
one years ago. Their numerous descendants, numbering ninety-one, inclu- 
sive of those united to members of the family by marriage, now all reside 
within six miles of their parents. Eighty-five of these (one being absent 
in Mexico, and five hindered by sickness), assembled recently by appoint- 
ment at the house of Lemuel Bradbury, the second son. They were mar- 
shalled into a beautifvil grove where they listened to an address by the 
Rev. B. B. Carpenter, and then repaired to a richly spread table one 
hundred and ten feet long where they feasted. And after spending 
awhile in social chat, they separated, feeling that their attachment for 
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BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 137 

died August 19, 1845. His children were bom in 
Wayne county, Indiana, and were : 

772 i Smith Hunt^ b. Nov. 30, 1812; d. Feb. 1, 1837. 

773 ii Gibeon Eldon', b. March 4, 1815 ; d. July 23, 1833. 

774 iii Mary^ b. March 31, 1817 ; d. April 27, 1841. 

775 iv Charles Ellison', b. Feb. 2, 1819; m. Margaret Beard. 

776 V Rebecca^ b. March 8, 1821 ; d. Feb. 25, 1840. 

777 vi Zenas George Washington', b. Jan. 31, 1823; m. Eve- 

line Beard. 

778 vii Benjamin Franklin', b. Jan. 17, 1825; m. Maria J. 

Colvin. 

779 viii Sarah^ b. Jan. 21, 1828 ; d. March 4, 1842. 

780 ix Thomas Perry^ b. Ault- 31, 1830 ; d. Oct. 25, 1835. 

781 X Nathan Eldon", b. April 17, 1833; r. Knox county, 111. 

319 
Nathan^ Bradbury (Benjamin^, Thomas*, Jacob^, 
WiUiain^, Thomas^), married Mehitable Warren; and 
second, Mary Hobbs. 

Children : 

782 i Nancy^, b. , 1817 ; m. John Vertriece. 

783 ii Mahala^ b. Nov. 24, 1818 ; m. Jacob Hobbs. 

784 iii Samuel', b. Sept. 8, 1821. 

785 iv Carthena^ b. Oct. 26, 1823; ra. Nathan Butler Bradbury. 

786 V John Warren'^, b. Jan. 1, 1826; m. Mary Jane ElHot. 

787 vi Cephas', b. Aug. 25, 1828 ; m. Emily Ann Ward. 

320 
Samuel^ Bradbury (Benjamin^, Thomas*, Jacob"^ 
William^, Thomas^), married July 4, 1810, Mary Han- 
ley, who was born November 11, 1790, and died Au- 
gust 22, 1827. He died August 30, 1835. He lived 
in Brown county, Ohio. 



138 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

Children : 

788 i Elizabeth^ b. July 27, 1811 ; m. Feb. 8, 1831, Thoma& 

Sheldon. 

789 ii Louisa^ b. Nov. 28, 1812 ; m. June, 1831, Allen B. Rey- 

nolds. 

790 iii Lydia^ b. Dec. 20, 1814; m. Charles Butler. 

791 iv JacoV, b. Oct. 26, 1816 ; in. Ruth Bogges, r. St. Augus- 

tine, 111. 

792 V Elden^ b. July 2.3, 1818 ; d. Aug., 1831. 

793 vi Rebecca^ b. June 23, 1820 ; m. 1839, John McDonald. 

794 vii Dorcas^, b. June 4, 1823; m. John Flemming. 

795 viii James Madison'^, b. Aug. 4, 1826; m. Naomi Wilson. 

He resides in Pike county. 111. 

321 
MosES^ Bradbury (Jacob^, Jcacob*, Jacob^, William^, 
Thomas^), married September 18, 1791, Mercy Garland, 
and died January 12, 1816. She died January 8, 1840. 
He resided in Buxton, Me., in a house he purchased of 
Joshua Kimball. 

Children : 

796 i Mary^ b. April 8, 1792; m. Sept. 2, 1814, Abraham L. 

Kimball.* 

*Abraliam L. Kimball, son of Joshua, jr., and Abigail (Earl) Kimball, 
and grandson of Joshua Kimball who came to Buxton, Me., from Marble- 
head, Mass., and married April 20, 17G7, Martha, daughter of Captain 
John Elden, born in Buxton, Nov. .3, 1780, married Polly or Mary, daugh- 
ter of Moses Bradbury, and had the following children: 1 Joshua, b. July 
7, 1815, d. Dec. 29, 1816; ii Mary, b. Dec. 22, 1816, m. Alfred Crosby, d. 
in De Kalb county. 111., April 25, 1842; iii Horace, b. June 8, 1818, m. Lois 
Crosby; iv Oren, b. Sept. 14, 1821, m. Agnes M. Brown, d. Aug. 25, 1852, 
at La Crosse, Wis. ; v Richard, b. Jan. 15, 1825, served in the late war 
and died at La Crosse, Jan. 22, 1865; vi Harriet, b. July 19, 1827, d. at 
Buxton, Oct. 27 following; vii William, b. July 18, 1828, d. at Oshkosh, 
Wis., Feb. 13, 1851; viii Charles Bradbury, b. March 31, 1831, m. Mary 



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JacoF, b. May 1, 1793; m. Sally Bradbury. 

Joanna^ b. July 16, 1795; m. Nov. 19, 1817, Nathan 

Goodwin.* 
Catherine^ b. May 17, 1797 ; m. Elias Banks. 
Elizabeth^ b. Aug. 28, 1799; m. Rufus Atkinson. 
John Garland'', b. Dec. 6, 1801 ; m. Mary Emery. 
Sophronia', b. Dec. 31, 1803; ra. Jan. 19, 1834, Arca- 

dus E. Meserve. 
Moses Garland^ b. April 24, 1806; m. Eliza Hemphill. 
Mercy'', b. Feb. 14, 1810 ; m. Moses Emerson. 
Hannah'', b. Dec. 1, 1811 ; m. Jonathan Purington. 
Charles Coffin^ b. Dec. 26, 1812 ; m. Mary M. Hall. 

Ann Clough of Kacine, Wis. ; ix Martha, b. May 5, 1833, m. Penuel L. 
Clark, r. La Crosse; x Elizabeth, b. Dec. 23, 1835, d. Feb. 14, 1851. The 
first seven were born in Buxton and the last three in Howland. 

*Xathan Goodwin was a descendant of Daniel Goodwin who had a 
grant of land in Kittery, in 1652, and several subsequent grants ; married 
first, Margaret, daughter of Thomas Spencer, and second, Sarah, daugh- 
ter of John Sanders and widow Peter Turbot. The descent is Daniel', 
William^, m. Deliverance Taylor; John^, and wife Patience Willoughby; 
Joseph*, and Elizabeth Warren; Joseph^, and Mary Heseltiue, and Na- 
thau^, who married Joanna Bradbury. These last were the parents of 
William Frederic Goodwin, who was born in Buxton in 1823, graduated 
from Bowdoin College in 1848, taught academies a few years, studied law 
and received the degree of l.l. b. from Harvard College, and was 
about to enter into practice when the war broke out. He entered the 
service as first lieutenant in the regular army, was severely wounded and 
disabled at the battle of Chickamauga, was breveted captain and placed 
on recruiting service. He remained in the service to the close of the 
war, then settled in Concord, N. H., where he died from the effects of his 
wounds in 1872. He was an enthusiastic historical student, compiled the 
early records of Buxton, which were published ; aided Dennett in restor- 
ing the old plan of Buxton, showing the location of the early settlers; and 
was a constant contributor to Dawson's Historical Magazine. He ob- 
tained through Miss Harriet Bainbridge much important information 
respecting his ancestry in England, both on the maternal and paternal 
side. His death was much lamented. 



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Edmund^ Beadbury (Jacob^ Jacob*, Jacob^ Wil- 
liam^ Thomas^), married December 24, 1797, Martha 
Whitney. 

Children : 
William^ b. Aug. 5, 1798. 
Priscilla^ b. Feb. 4, 1800. 
Ruth^ b. July 14, 1802; m. July 10, 1834, William 

W bitten. 
Gibeon^ b. Jan. 28, 1804. 
Mary^ b. June 20, 1806. 
Eliza^ b. Feb. 6, 1810. 
Catherine", b. Sept. 16, 1812. 
Jacob^ b. Aug. 6, 1815. 
01ive^ b. Aug. 16, 1819. 

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Simeon Goodwin^ Beadbury (Jacob^, Jacob*, Jacob^, 
William^ Thomas^), married April 28, 1805, Ruth 
Sands, who died April 18, 1807. He married second, 
Sally (Davis) Emery, November 13, 1808, who died 
August, 1830. He married third. Thankful Paine. 
Children : 

816 i Albert Gallatin Goodwin^, b. Jan. 12, 1806; m. Clarissa 

Warren 

817 ii Ruth Sands^ b. April 2, 1807 ; m. April 6, 1881, James 

Whitten. 
By second wife : 

818 iii Lorenzo'', b. Aug. 24, 1809; m. Ann Shackford. 

819 iv Edwin^ b. March 9, 1813. 

820 V Cyrus^ b. March 9, 1813. 

821 vi John Adams', b. March 8, 1815; m. Aug., 1838, Aman- 

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BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 141 

822 vii Adeline^ b. May 19, 1816. 

823 viii Simeon Goodwin^ b. Nov. 5, 1817. 

824 ix Sally Davis', b. Nov. 5, 1817. 

825 X Mary Goodwin^ b. June 14, 1819. 

826 xi Liieinda Leavitt^ b. Feb. 2, 1821. 
--^27 xii Rebecca Harding'', b. June 14, 1822. 

828 xiii Andrew^ b. March, 1825. 
By third wife : 

829 xiv Josiah Paine^ b. April 27, 1833. 

32S 
William Flint^ Bradbury (Jacob^, Jacob*, Jaco¥, 

William^, Thomas^), married ^lary , who died April 

18, 1825. 

Children : 

830 i Benjamin Adams^ b. Sept. 7, 1822; d. Feb. 9, 1825. 

831 ii Harriet^ b. Feb. 8, 1824. 

329 

Joseph^ Bradburt ( Jabez^, Jacob*, Jacob^, William^, 

Thomas^), married Susan Crockett, who died October 

31, 1811. He married second, May 27, 1812, Sally 

Steele, born May 10, 1788. He died December 2, 1839. 

Children : 

832 i Samuel Crockett^ b. Oct. 31, 1798. 

833 ii Jabez^ b. Sept. 10, 1800. 

834 iii Ehza Crockett^ b. July 22, 1802; m. Aug. 23, 1829, 

James Murjihy. 

835 iv Sally", b. Aug. 25, 1804 ; m. Oct. 4, 1827, Nathaniel 

Babb. 

836 v James Crockett^ b. March 5, 1806; m. EHza Smith. 

He was a physician, and died without issue. 



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837 VI Silas'', b. March 5, 1808 ; m. Lydia Hadley. 

838 vii Gardiner^b. Oct. 81, 1810; d. June 1, 1880. 
By second wife : 

889 viii Susan Crockett^ b. April 1, 1813; d. Sept. 17, following. 

840 ix Jane Steele^ b. July 8, 1815 ; m. Feb. 2, 1841, Andrew 

Woodman. 

841 X William Steele^ b. July 81, 1817 ; m. Emeline :N"ason. 

842 xi Susan Crockett^, b. Nov. 8, 1819; m. Sam'l Hop kinson. 
848 xii Nancy Page', b. Dec. 29, 1821 ; d. Jan. 2, 1859. 

844 xiii Abigail Flanders^ b. Feb. 21, 1824. 

845 xiv Adelia^ b. March 4, 1826; m. Feb. 25, 1858, Andrew 

Woodman. 

846 XV Charles Crockett^ b. Nov. 6, 1828. 

847 xvi Gardiner'', b. Feb. 23, 1831. 

332 
Jabez^ Bradbury (Jabez^, Jacob*, Jacob^, William^, 
Thomas^), married Betsey or Elizabeth Page, who was 
born June 29, 1793, and died April 16, 1859. He died 
September 12, 1837. 

Children : 

848 i Sarah AbigaiF, b. Dec. 9, 1819. 

849 ii Horatio Nelson'', b. Feb. 10, 1822. 

850 iii Joseph Henry'', b. Sept. 14, 1825 ; r. Minnesota. 

851 iv Albion Keith Parris^ b. April 6, 1828. 

337 
Enoch Billings^ Bradbury (Jabez^, Jacob*, Jacob^, 
William^, Thomas^), married August 29, 1833, Mary 
Chase Huse, who was born June 20, 1803. 
Children : 

852 i Caroline^ b. June 14, 1834. 

853 ii Lydia E.^ b. Nov. 24, 1886. 



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Susan^ b. Oct. 26, 1838 ; d. June 23, 1845. 
Julia Ann^ b. May 30, 1840 ; d. March 11, 1841. 
James'', b. Aug. 13, 1842. 
Cllal•les^ b. March 22, 1844. 
Sarah", b. March 24, 1846. 



341 
Elijah'' Bradbury* (Elijah'^, Jacob*, Jacob^, Wil- 

*Wlien Elijah Bradbury moved to Brownfield that entire region -was 
comparatively newly settled and wild beasts, more especially bears, were 
very numerous. The following adventure which Mr. Bradbury had with 
a trio of these animals is still related by his descendants. One day as 
he was with his team in his wood-lot some fourth of a mile from his 
house, he noticed a hole under the roots of a decayed tree which curios- 
ity prompted him to examine. Appearances indicated that it might be 
the lair of some wild beast. After knocking about the entrance for some 
time, and neither being invited in nor ordered off, he introduced the 
brad-end of his goad stick, which coming in contact with the hide of 
some animal, caused it to utter a deep and angry growl, and to spring 
out of the hole with evident hostile intent. Mr. Bradbury sprang one 
side and the bear, for such it proved to be, immediately returned to the 
back part of the den. It soon became evident that bruin was not the 
sole occupant of these snug quarters, but that her family, consisting of 
two half-grown cubs, shared the place with her. Waiting at the entrance 
until all became quiet, Mr. Bradbury went and picked up his ax and 
returned to the house. After spending nearly four hours in fruitless 
efforts to obtain help, he returned to the woods and again introduced his 
goad-stick for the purpose of stirring the animals up, which he had no 
sooner done than all three rushed out upon him. He gave the foremost 
one, which was one of the cubs, a blow with the ax which put him out 
of tlie contest. The second cub he stunned with a blow upon the head, 
and the next blow broke the jaw of the dam. She then retired into the 
den, and after dispatching the one he had stunned, he attempted to force 
the dam from lier retreat, but without avail. He then stopped the en- 
trance to the den by means of blocks of wood, and then proceeded with 
his ax to make a new opening just over her. As soon as this opening 
was made the enraged beast sprang out, when she received the blade of 
the ax upon her head which broke through the skull and entered the 
brain. This was twice repeated before she succumbed and fell to the 
ground. Mr. Bradbury loaded his three bears upon his sled and returned 
home, well pleased with his achievement. 



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liani^, Thomas^), married February 1, 1810, Sallie Glea- 
son, daughter of Joseph and Rebecca Howard of Brown- 
field, and sister of the late Judge Joseph Howard of 
Portland. She was born in Billerica, Mass., Septem- 
ber 8, 1779, and died December 11, 1849. For second 
wife he married Ann Pray Hunt, who died June 26, 
1885. He died in Buxton, February 7, 1869. 
Children : 

859 i Susan Wilson^, b. Buxton, Dec. 17, 1810 ; m. Leonard 

A. Berry.* 

860 ii Elijah^ b. Brownfield, Jan. 19, 1813; m. Caroline Day. 

He died Nov. 4, 1888. 

861 iii Moses Howard^, b. April 12, 1814 ; m. Eliza Ann Colby. 

862 iv Sarah Ann^ b. Dec. 23, 1815; m. Daniel Kimball; d. 

July 27, 1854. 

863 V Rebecca Howard^ b. Oct. 23, 1817 ; m. James Went- 

worth; d. Jan. 10, 1890. 

864 vi George Washington'', b. Nov. 1, 1819. 

865 vii Joseph^ b. Dec. 25, 1822; d. May 3, 1825. 

866 viii Mary Jane^ b. Sept. 17, 1824; m. Thomas F. Parks. 

*Leouard Alonzo Berry, son of Samuel and Dorcas (Shattuck) Berry, 
was born in Westbrook, Me., March 4, 1805. He was the grandson of 
George and Sarah (Stickney) Berry, great-grandson of George and 
Elizabeth (Frink) Berry, proprietor of Berry's shipyard at Back 
Cove, in Fahnouth, and great- great-grandson of George and Deliver- 
ance (Haley) Berry, shipwright of Kittery, Me. Leonard A. Berry 
moved witli liis fatlier's family from Westbrook to Denmark in 1808. He 
became a mechanic and carried on the manufacture of carriages at Den- 
mark corner for many years. He was a quiet man, but a man of sterling 
integrity, of excellent judgment and one who enjoyed the fullest confi- 
dence of his town's-people during his entire business life. He married 
Susan W. Bradbury, Dec. 18, 1833. His children were : i Samuel^, b. Nov. 
9, 1839, d. Nov. 30 following; ii Nellie Maria^, b. July 19, 1841, m. Sept. 
21, 1876, George Washington Gray who was born in Sebago, March 4, 
1833; and iii Henry Wallace^, b. Dec. 5, 1843, d. March 12, 1844. Mr. 
Berry died Feb. 25, 1876. His widow resides in Denmark. 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 145 

867 ix Eliza H/, b. Aug. 22, 1825 ; m. Albion Pierce Merrill ; 

d. Oct. 7, 1884. 

868 X Joseph Howard^ b. April 28, 1827 ; m. Susan B. Wal- 

ton. 

869 xi Marion B.^ b. Aug. 27, 1829 ; d. Dec. 8, 1845. 

870 xii Henry Alonzo', b. Aug. 2, 1831 ; m. Lizzie A. Hunt. 

He died Oct. 22, 1865. 

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IsAAC^ Bradbury (Elijah^ Jacob*, Jacob^ William^, 
Thomas^), married Abigail Small Lane, March 8, 1812. 
His children were born in Hiram, Me., but he moved 
to Haynesville, Aroostook comity, Me. 

Children : 
William L.^ b. Nov. 12, 1812. 
Elizabeth H.^ b. Oct. 21, 1817. 
Sara¥, b. Aug. 27, 1820. 

Mary Ann^ b. March 22, 1823 ; d. July 21, 1841. 
Joanna C.^ b. May 2, 1825. 
Jabez'', b. March 12, 1827 ; d. July 6 following. 
Alcia J.^ b. Nov. 9, 1829 ; d. May 4, 1852. 
Jabez^ b. March 2, 1831. 
Ann M.^ b. March 19, 1833. 
Louisa E.^ b. April 9, 1835. 
Isaac H.^ b. July 14, 1837. 

345 
Jabez^ Bradbury (Elijah^, Jacob^ Jacob^, William^, 
Thomas^), born in Buxton, September 22, 1790, lum- 
berman and farmer, married Ann Maria Knight of 
Calais. He settled in the town of Hollis, where he 
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served in the state legislature, and was also a member 
of the executive council. He was often intrusted with 
town office, the duties of which he always discharged 
with integrity and distinguished ability. He was a 
man of great influence in town and county. His 
cousin, Thomas K. Lane, being violently sick, as was 
supposed of fever, Mr. Bradbury took care of him ; 
but the disease proved to be small pox, and while 
Mr. Lane recovered, Mr. Bradbury took the disease 
and died in May, 1836, while in the prime and vigor 
of life. His widow is still living at the old homestead 
in Hollis, aged ninety-three years. 

Children : 

882 i Mary Weston^ b. Hollis, July 30, 1816 ; d. May 16, 1836. 

882^ ii Eliza Ann^ b. Oct. 15, 1819; m. 1837, Sewall Water- 
house. 

888 iii Albion Keith Parris^; b. Nov. 15, 1822; (Bowdoin Col- 
lege, 1844; M. I). Harvard, 1854); m. Helen E. 
Smith. lie died in Santa Barbara, Cal., June 23, 
1875, leaving one child, Philip H. 

884 iv Henry Knight^ b. Oct. 5, 1826; m. Emily C. White. 

He graduated at Bowdoin College in 1844, sj^ent some 
time in the South as private tutor, studied law, was 
admitted to the bar, practiced in Wilton and Hollis, 
also in Southern California, Pennsylvania and West 
Virginia. He now resides at Hollis. He has been 
three times elected representative to the Maine legis- 
latm-e. His wife died in 1873, leaving one child, 
Bernhard Paul, b. May 19, 1869. 

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347 

John*' Bradbury (Joseph^, Jacob'', Jacob^ William^, 
Thomas^), married Alice Tyler, and second, Mary 
Locke. 

Children : 

886 i James^ b. Oct. 21, 1800; m. Pamelia Woodman. 

887 ii Joseph', b. Oct. 27, 1802; m. Eliza Goodwin. 
By second wife : 

887iiii Stephen Locked b, Dec. 8, 1808. 

888 iv Brice Boothby% b. April 19, 1810. 

889 V Samuel Locked b. Nov. 7, 1811. 

890 vi Olive Piper^ b. Sept. 5, 1812. 

Joseph^ Bradbury (Joseph^, Jacob^, Jacob^, Wil- 
liam^, Thomas^), married Sept. 8, 1812, Ruth Libby. 
Children : 
AnseF, b. April 13, 1818, 
Gilbert Gerrish^ b. July 10, 1814. 
CyVus King^ b. July 27, 1816. 

Levi Loring^ b. May 4, 1818 ; d. July 15, 1828 ; drowned. 
Joseph Francis^ b. July 22, 1820; d. July 15, 1828; 

drowned. 
Oliver Harris^ b. Feb. 28, 1822. 
Arthur Gerrish^ b. Feb. 6, 1826. 

349 
WiNTHROP^ Bradbury (Joseph^, Jacob'*, Jacob^, Wil- 
liam^, Thomas^), married Lucy McKenney. 

Child : 
898 i Betsey', b. Oct. 27, 1806 ; d. Sept. 17, 1830. 



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353 

Benjamin^ Bradbury (Joseph^, Jacob*, Jacob^, Wil- 
liam^, Thomas^), married June 6, 1813, Mehitable or 
Jane Plaisted, who was born March 29, 1791. 

Children : 

899 i Isabella Mellen^ b. Sept. 12, 1813; m. Alvah Pennell. 

900 ii John Bacon^ b. July 22, 1818; m. Louisa Wentworth 

Hill. 

901 iii Granville Mellen'^, b. Dec. 17, 1821 ; m. Ijouisa Partridge. 

902 iv Adelia Louisa^ b. Dec. 12, 1825; d. Jan. 21, 183.3. 

358 
Joseph^ Bradbury (Benjamin^, Moses*, Jacob^, Wil- 
liam^, Thomas^) married Tabitha Cotton and moved to 
Norway, Maine, after having lived in New Gloucester 

^nd Poland. 

Children : 

903 i Charles A.', b. July 19, 1789 ; ni. Feb. 28, 1812, Mary S. 

True. 

904 ii i^ophia^ b. Nov. 6, 1790 ; m. Sept. 12, 1815, Amos 

Young; d. in Bethel. 

905 iii !iut¥, b. Aug. 29, 1792 ; m. Oct. 15, 1817, Joseph Ste- 

vens of Norway. 

906 iv Eleanor^ b. April 21, 1795; m. Nov. 18, 1820, Asa 

Packard of Greenwood. 

907 V Betsey^ b. April 11, 1797 ; d. June 23, 1798. 

908 vi Jacob", b. June 25, 1799 ; m. Jan. 1, 1822, Sally King 

Ripley. 

909 vii Nathan A.' (ai. d.), b. June 20, 1801 ; m. Oct. 15, 1827^ 

Eliza Millett ; he lived in Woodstock and Sweden, 
Maine. 

910 viii Moses', b. July 12, 1803; m. Dec. 11, 1825, Hannah 

Knight. 
■SU ix Nathaniel M.", b. Dec. 18, 1806 ; m. Oct. 27, 1831, Julia 
A. Foster. 



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360 

Benjamin^ Bkadbury (Benjamin^, Moses*, Jacob^, 

William^, Thomas^), born May 8, 1775; died May 9, 

1840. He married Anna Hersey who was born May 

8, 1775, and died April 11, 1839. He resided in Minot. 

Children : 

Hersey^ b. March 26, 1800; m. Mary Ann Harlow. 
Temperance'', b. A^jril 20, 1807; m. John C. Briggs; 

d. Jan. 20, 1882. 
Moses B.^ b. Feb. 22, 1809; ni. Sarah F. Briggs. 
Benjamin'', b. April 9, 1812; m. Betsey D. Petten- 

gill; d. Nov. 4, 1869. 



361 
Samuel^ Bradbury (Benjamin^, Moses*, Jacob^, Wil- 
liam^, Thomas^), born in New Gloucester, December 3, 
1777, moved with his father's family when a child to 
Minot, the Bradbury's being among the quite early 
settlers of that part of Bakerstown which became the 
tf»wn of Minot. He married in March, 1802, Jane 
Gurney, who died in 1843. 

Children : 
Samuel Gurney^ b. 1804; m. Hannah Fettengill. 
Olive Hersey'', b. 1806 ; m. Josiah Blaisdell of Lewiston. 
Benjamin Thomas^ b. 1808 ; m. Bathsheba Davis. 
Ammi Ruhamah^ b. Dec. 3, 1810 ; m. Caroline Liver- 
more Johnson of Farmington. 

916 V Joseph Fellows^; b. 1814; he was twice married and d. 

in Greene, June 30,1889. 

917 vi Jennie Derby^ b. 1818; d. 1831. 



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918 vii Levi Loring'^, b. Feb. 1821 ; graduated from Bowdoin 
College, class of 1846. He taught school in Rhode 
Island two years, Avent South, studied law, was mar- 
ried there, and died at Montgomery, Texas, of disease 
of the heart in 1860. 



364 
David^ Bradbury (Benjamin^, Moses^, Jacob^, Wil- 
liam^, Thomas^), married first, Mary Robertson, and 
second, Sarah Vickery, who was born in Auburn, April 
17, 1794. He Uved in that part of Minot now Auburn. 
His father settled on Bradbury Hill in Minot as early 
as 1777, and with his brother Moses cleared up farms 
there. 

David^ b. March 1, 1817. 

Mathias Yicker}^'', b. Jan. 13, 1819; m. Eunice Watson. 
He lives in Garland, had three children, all died un- 
married. 
Sarah^ b. Jan. 12, 1821. 
James^ b. June 16, 1823. 
OHve Jane^ b. July 11, 1825. 

924 vi Eleanor^ b. Sept. 28, 1827. 

925 vii Lucinda^ b. Feb. 13, 1830. 
One died in infancy. 



366 
Jacob^ Bradbury (Benjamin^, Moses*, Jacob^, Wil- 
liam^, Thomas'), born in Poland, March 10, 1779, mar- 
ried first, October 16, 1810, Sally Chamberlain. He 
married second in 1820, at Auburn, Rachel Chamber- 
lain. He died November 1, 1865. 



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Children : 

926 i Silas C.^ b. Minot, Feb. 25, 1811, d. Oct. 3, 1838. 

927 ii Royal J.', b. May 25, 1813 ; m. Jane L. Parker. 

928 iii Sally^ b. June 16, 1816 ; d. July 13 following. 
By second wife : 

929 iv Adoniram J.^ b. Sept. 1, 1822 ; d. Oct. 3, 1853. 

930 V Jacob S.^ b. Aug. 12, 1828 ; d. Sept. 26, 1841. 

931 vi Sarah J.^ b. April 9, 1833. 

932 vii Silas S7, b. Aug. 17, 1839 ; d. Feb. 22, 1880. 

368 
Charles^ Bradbury (Moses^, Moses"^, Jacob^, Wil- 
liam^, Thomas^), married Polly Chase, who was born 
September 23, 1787. He moved from Smnner to An- 
son, where he died November 1, 1843. His widow 
died February 9, 1864. 

Children : 
Mary Jane^ b. Dec. 28, 1809. 

Cyrus^ b. Sept. 26, 1812; m. Deborah Bunker, r. Mer- 
cer, Me. 
Eliza^ b. July 20, 1814. 
Moses^ b. March 3, 1816, r. Industry. 
Martin^ b. Dec. 10, 1817 ; d. Aug. 29, 1859. 
Lucinda^ b. Dec. 18, 1819; d. Dec. 4, 1857. 
Eunice^ b. Aug. 19, 1821. 

Charles^ b. Feb. 23, 1824 ; d. April 23 following. 
Sophronia^ b. April 7, 1825; d. Sept. 8, 1826. 
Julian^ b. July 22, 1827 ; d. June 19, 1829. 
Enos^ b. June 9, 1829; d. Jan. 8, 1857. 

370 
JoHN^ Bradbury (Moses^ Moses*, Jacob^ William^, 
Thomas^), married Alethea Kersey of Sumner, and 
died in Bangor, July 9, 1847. 



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Children : 

944 i Albion P7, b. . 

945 ii Matilda A7, b. July 27, 1821 ; m. Sept. 18, 1845, Jona- 

than W. Pottle of Foxcroft ; r. Chelsea, Mass. 

375 
Enos^ Bkadbury (Moses^, Moses^, Jacob^, William^, 
Thomas^), married May 30, 1833, Lucy, daughter of 
John and Lucy (Chipman) Atkinson of Minot. He 
died in Minot December 3, 1848 ; his wife died Janu- 
ary 19, 1840. 

Children : 

946 i Mary Alice^ b. Aug. 31, 1835 ; m. Otis Sargent of Ames- 

bury. 

947 ii Frances Amelia^, b. Sept. 3, 1837; m. Adelbert Green- 

wood of Hebron. 

37S 
Nathaniel^ Beadbury (Moses^ Moses*, Jacob^, Wil- 
liam^, Thomas'), married May 23, 1820, Nancy P. 
Mitchell, and died in Foxcroft, March 16, 1827. 
Children : 

948 i Nathaniel Millett^ b. March 29, 1821; m. EUzabeth 

Briggs. 

950 ii Lewis Leonard^, b. Nov. 6, 1823. He went to California. 

951 iii Minerva^ b. Jan. 9, 1826; m. Sept., 1849, Francis O. 

Millett. 

378 
HiRAM^ Bradbury (Moses^ Moses*, Jacob^, William^, 
Thomas'), married May, 1830, Nancy, daughter of 



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Joseph and Mary (Waring) Washburn of Mmot. He 
died February 18, 1841. 

Children : 

Henry William^ b. March 24, 1831 ; d. April 3, 1831. 
Payson William^ b. July 22, 1832. 

Clarendon VVaters^ b. May 10, 1834; d. Oct. 4 following. 
Mary Elizabeth^ b. Sept. 20, 1836 ; m. William E. Wil- 
son of Boston. 
Eunice Joanna^; b. Feb. 10, 1839; d. May 11, 1841. 
John Clarendon^ b. Sept. 21, 1840 ; d. March 8, 1841. 

384 
Samuel^ Bradbury (SaniueP, Moses*, Jacob^, Wil- 
liam^, Thomas^), married February 14, 1828, Frances 
Mary Rochead. He died at West Troy, N. Y., Feb- 
ruary 24, 1847. His widow died at Wauhegan, 111., 
December 25, 1847. Samuel Bradbury enlisted in the 
United States army in 1811, served through the war, 
then was placed on recruiting service, which occupa- 
tion he followed for some twenty-five years. 
Children : 

Samuel I.", b. Nov. 8, 1828 ; m. Mary A. Spaulding. 

Frances M.t, b. Jan. 21, 1830 ; d. Sept. 28, 1832. 

Margaret P.^'b. Aug. 30, 1832 ; m. Charles M. Willey. 

Hannah N,^ b. Jan. 27, 1834; m. Willard Scoville. 

Sophia C.^ b. April 25, 1836. 

Thomas P.^ b. Xov. 6, 1837. 

Andrew R.^ b. Aug. 22, 1839. 
966 viii William Worthy b. March 15, 1844. 



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EIGHTH GENERATION. 

388 
George Lowther^ Bradbury (Jolin*^, Jacob^, Wy- 
mond*, Wymond^, Wymond^, Thomas^) married De- 
cember 25, 1828, Elizabeth Condon, who was born Jan- 
uary 28, 1802. He died September 21, 1850. 
Children : 

967 i John Andrews', b. Oct. 7, 1829; d. April 15, 1831. 

968 ii George WilliaraS b. Nov. 4, 1831 ; d. April 21, 1835. 

969 iii Thomas Condon', b. Nov. 22, 1834 ; m. Sarah Sawyer. 

970 iv George Henry», b. May 22, 1837 ; d. May 14, 1838. 

971 V George Alexander', b. July 22. 1839; d. Sept. 8, 1840. 

972 vi Francis Henry', b. July 31, 1841 ; d. Aug. 28, 1843. 

973 vii Ann Elizabeth', b. Oct. 13, 1843. 

401 
Edward^ Bradbury (Reuben^, Jacob^, Wymond*, 
W^anond^, Wymond^, Thomas^), married July 3, 1834, 
Mary Ann Crockett, who was born July 17, 1809. He 
died October 29, 1857. Ele married second, 1843, Ann 
Eager, who was born July, 1820. 
Children : 

974 i Martha Abercrombie', b. July 23, 1835 ; m. May 16, 

1867, Capt. Henry Coffin of Portland. 

975 ii Edward^ b. Aug. 24, 1837 ; m. Ellen Corey Roberts. 
By second wife : 

976 iii Frank Henry^ b. Aug. 1, 1844; d. Sept. 20 following. 

977 iv Julia Theresa Sager«, b. Jan. 18, 1846. 

978 V Virginia Howe^ b. April 9, 1850; d. Sept. 6 following. 

979 vi Marion Lee», b. Jan, 31, 1852. 

980 vii James Walter^, b. Feb. 11, 1855 ; d. Mar. 20, following. 

981 viii Susan Ingraham^ b. Feb. 8, 1857 ; d. Sept. 29, following. 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 165 

Samuel A:n'drews^ Bradbury (Wymond^, JacoV, 
Wymond'*, Wymond^, Wymond^, Thomas^), married 
April 5, 1841, Lucy R. Butler. He died November 16, 
1845. 

Child : 

982 i Charles Herbert^, b. April 5, 1843 ; d. June 25, 1844. 

411 
Charles^ Bradbury (Wymond^, Jacob", Wymond*, 
Wymond^, Wymond^, Thomas^), married October 4, 
1846, Nancy M. Butler. 

Children : 

983 i Charles B.«, b. . 

984 ii Ardelle^ b. . 

985 iii Alniyn*, b. . 

413 
Henry Paine^ Bradbury (Wymond^, Jacob^, Wy- 
mond^ AYymond^, Wymond^, Thomas^), married May 
22, 1852, Nancy C. Suckforth. 
Child : 

986 i Percy*, b. ; d. young. 

414 

George^ Bradbury (Wymond*^, Jacob^, Wymond*, 
Wymond^, Wymond^, Thomas^), married January 28, 
1854, Irene Kalloch, who was born January 25, 1836. 
Children : 

987 i Augusta^, b. . 

988 ii Ida«, b. . 



156 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

Theodoke Muzzey^ Bradbury (Andrew^, Jacob^, 
Wyniond'', Wymond^, Wymoiid^, Thomas^), married 
Lucy Chadborne. 

Child : 

989 i Mary Frances^ b. . 

Joseph^ Bradbury (Daniel^ Thomas^, Wymond'', 
Wjonond^, Wymond^, Thomas^), married Mary Bryant. 
They were married in Elkton, Md. 
Children : 

990 i Mary Eliza^ b. . 

991 ii Joseph Henry^, b. . 

992 iii Francis Edward^ b. . 

431 
Charles'^ Bradbury (Thomas^, Thomas^, Wymond*, 
Wymond^, Wymond^, Thomas^), married at Skowhegan, 
Me., Martha McPherson. 

Children : 

993 i Alphonso^ b. . 

994 ii Henry8, b. . 

438 
John Hixckley^ Bradbury (William^, Thomas'^, Wy- 
mond'*, Wymond^, Wymond^, Thomas^), married June 
27, 1852, at Portland, Mary E. (Treat) Park of Frank- 
fort, Me. He lived at Eastport, and died April 21^ 
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BBADBURY MEMORIAL. 157 

Child : 
995 i Mary Hinckley^, b. Oct. 17, 1854; d. 1862. 

William Hej^^ry^ Bradbury (William^, Thomas^, 
Wymond*, WymoncF, Wymond^, Thomas^), married Oc- 
tober 10, 1851, at Pittston, Maine, Lydia Ann Tobey. 
He lived at Eastport and Portland. 

Children : 

996 i , b. . 

997 ii , b. . 

998 iii Charles Wesley^, b. Feb. 15, 1857. 

999 iv Frank^ b. . 



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442 
George Freemax^ Bradbury (William^, Thomas^, 
Wymond'*, Wymond^, Wymond^, Thomas^), married 
October 5, 1865, at Perry, Me., Sarah Jane Griffin, 
who was born at Grand Menan, December 5, 1842. 

Child : 
1002 i Ernest Clinton^, b. Oct. 27, 1867. 

443 
Cotton'^ Bradbury (Edward^, Cotton^, John*, Wy- 
mond^, Wymond^, Thomas^), married Mary, daughter 
of Samuel Hobbs of Parsonsfield, who died June 3, 
1853. He died May 16, 1854. 



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Children : 
John Cotton«, b. March 8, 1814; d. Feb. 5, 1815. 
Sarah Maria«, b. Oct. 27, 1815 ; d. Aug. 26, 1817. 
Mary Jane*, b. June 4, 1817. 
John Cotton^,* b. Dec. 17, 1819; m. Sarah, daughter 

of Edmund Currier, r. Saco. No issue. 
Lydia Maria*, b. June 13, 1822; d. Dec. 25, 1837. 
Edward*, b. Nov. 10, 1824; d. Aug. 17, 1832. 
Harriet Ehzabeth*, b. April 19, 1826; m. Dorrance 

Littlefield. 
Eunice Melinda*, b. Jan. 10, 1830. 

George^ Bradbury (DanieP, Cotton^, John*, Wy- 
mond^, WymoncF, Thomas^), married at York, Me., 
Maria Norton, and died in June, 1826. She died June 
13, 1835. 

Children : 

1011 i Josiah*, b. , 1816. 

1012 ii Daniel*, b. May 8, 1820. 

1013 iii Hannah Maria*, b. Oct, 1824; m. Oct., 1847, Albert 

Wallace of Beverly, Mass. 



448 
Nathaniel Harmon' Bradbury (Joseph^, Cotton^, 
John"*, Wymond^, Wymond^, Thomas^), married July 
16, 1820, Sophia Moulton. 

*John Cotton Bradbury has been a leading man in Saco for many years. 
He has held various positions of trust in the city, including that of treas- 
urer and collector and alderman, trustee and treasurer of Thornton acad- 
emy, a director of other institutions, and a valued bank official for more 
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BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 159 

Children : 

1014 i Albion H.«, b. Sept. 16, 1822. 

1015 ii Sophia Anna«, b. Feb. 4, 1824; d. Sept. 17, 1826. 

1016 iii Caroline^, b. Nov. 2, 1825. 

1017 iv Martha Ann«, b. Dec. 27, 1827; ra. 1851, James W. 

Frederick. 

Hon. James Ware' Bradbury, ll. d. (James^, Cot- 
ton^, John'*, WymoncF, Wymoiid", Thomas^), son of Dr. 
James and Ann (Moulton) Bradbury, born in Parsons- 
field, June 10, 1802, attended the public schools of his 
native town, then a term or two at the academies at 
Saco, Limerick and Effingham, N. H., and completed 
his preparatory course at Gorham academy, under the 
charge of Preceptor Nason. He entered the Sopho- 
more class at Bowdoin college in 18!^2, and graduated 
from that institution with the famous class of 18251 
Among his class-mates were Henry AV. Longfellow, 
Josiah Stover Little, Jonathan Cilley, Nathaniel Haw- 
thorne, John S. C. Abbott and George B. Cheever. 
Josiah S. Little took the first rank for scholarship in 
the class. At the commencement, three English ora- 
tions were assigned to the class ; Little had the vale- 
dictory and Bradbury and Longfellow the remaining 
two. 

After graduating Mr. Bradbury came to Hallowell 
and had charge of the academy for one year. At that 
time no town or city in Maine was more distinguished 
for culture and literary acquirements. Dr. Benjamin 



160 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

Yaughan, formerly a member of the English Parlia- 
ment, had taken up his residence in HalloAvell, and he 
and his family gave a high tone to society there, while 
the good doctor was ever doing some kind act to im- 
prove the condition of all classes. At the expiration 
of his engagement at Hallowell, Mr. Bradbury entered 
upon the study of law in the office of Hon. Rufus Mc- 
Intire of Parsonsfield, and after a year entered the 
office of Hon. Ether Shepley of Portland, subsequently 
the honored chief justice of the supreme judicial court 
of the state, and completed his studies there. The 
required term of study for admission to the bar was 
three years, and having a few months on his hands 
before a term of court would be held at which he could 
be admitted, he went to Effingham, N. H., and opened 
a school for the instruction of teachers. The notice 
of such an innovation in teaching, brought together a 
large class, some fifty or more, who were drilled and 
instructed in much the same manner as has since been 
practiced in our normal schools. Most of the pupils 
had been teachers in public schools, and those who had 
not were about to engage in teaching. They were all 
put into one class and drilled daily in the methods re- 
commended to be employed in instructing in all the 
branches then taught in the common schools. The 
importance of such schools had been impressed upon 
Mr. Bradbury while visiting the schools of the period, 
and if a similar school had previously been taught in 
New England, he then had no knowledge of it. 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 161 

In 1830, Mr. Bradbury removed to Augusta, the 
capitol of the state, and here has since been his home, 
a period of sixty years. Here he opened an office for 
the practice of law to which he had been admitted. 
The Kennebec county bar at this time was unsurpassed 
for ability and brilliancy by any in the state. Among 
the distinguished names of those then in practice here, 
were Peleg Sprague, George Evans, Reuel Williams, 
Frederic Allen, Henry W. Fuller, William Emmons, 
Timothy Boutelle, Samuel Wells and Hiram Belcher. 
To obtain a foothold in a field so ably occupied, re- 
quired ability and untiring effort. Mr. Bradbury was 
in love with his profession and devoted his entire time 
to it. In the space of four years he had secured a 
large and lucrative practice, which continued and in- 
creased until he was elected to the United States sen- 
ate in 1846. During these sixteen years he was one 
of the busiest men on Kennebec river. The business 
of his office was not surpassed by any in the state. 
He was constantly employed from early morning until 
late at night, on consultations and office business, and 
in the numerous trials before the jury and the court 
arising from his extensive practice. The extent of his 
business best shows in what estimation he was held. 
He was a sound and discriminating lawyer, a skillful 
and eloquent advocate, who never failed to do full jus- 
tice to the cause of his client. In 1833, he formed a 
co-partnership with Mr. Horatio Bridge, which contin- 
ued for one year, when Mr. Bridge left the legal pro- 
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162 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

fession to engage in other pursuits. In 1838, Richard 
D. Rice, afterward associate justice of the supreme 
court, entered Mr. Bradbur^^'s office as a student, and 
upon his admission to the bar was admitted into part- 
nership. This became necessary on account of Mr. 
Bradbury's hirgely increasing business, and the part- 
nership continued until 1848, when Governor Dana 
appointed Mr. Rice to the bench. 

Mr. Bradbury then formed a partnership with the 
late Lot M, Morrill, who had just come to Augusta from 
Readfield. During this partnership Mr. Morrill was 
■elected state senator and three times governor of 
Maine. Finally he was elected United States senator, 
and the partnership was terminated. In 1856, Joseph 
H. Meserve was admitted to the firm, of which he re- 
mained a valued member until his death in 1864. Mr. 
Bradbury then associated with himself his son James 
Ware Bradbury, jr., and kept up the firm largely for the 
purpose of establishing the son in business. He was a 
young man of excellent character and marked ability, 
and his death in 1876 was a great loss to the commu- 
nity, and a crushing blow to the famil}^ 

When he first came to Augusta Mr. Bradbury, for 
one year, and for the purpose of becoming better ac- 
quainted with the people of the state, edited a demo- 
cratic paper published in Augusta, called the "Maine 
Patriot." This paper was democratic in sentiment, and 
Mr. Bradbury commenced life and has always continued 
-a democrat from conviction and principle. He has 
ever believed that a strict adherence to democratic 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 163 

principles as expounded by the fathers, and as gener- 
ally exemplified by the polic}^ of democratic adminis- 
tions, is best calculated to secure the rights of the peo- 
ple and the permanency of the union of the states. 
While openly and firmly maintaining his own views on 
political questions, he always considered the equal 
rights of others, and he never allowed his social rela- 
tions to be disturbed on account of difference of politi- 
cal opinion. He never allowed politics to interfere 
with his business. In 1835, he was appointed county 
attorney by Governor Dunlap, and accepted it, this 
being in the line of his profession. 

From the time of his coming to Augusta he took a 
leading part in the political movements of the day, 
and especially in organizing and harmonizing the politi- 
cal forces of his party in county and state, for which 
service he possessed uncommon tact. When the con- 
test arose between the Jackson democrats who sup- 
ported Martin Van Buren, and the friends of Mr. Cal- 
houn, Mr. Bradbury took a decided stand in favor of 
the former. He was a delegate to the Baltimore con- 
vention of 1844, in which the supporters of Van Buren 
had a decided majority, but not the required two-thirds 
necessary to secure a nomination. They determined, 
however, that if Mr. Yan Buren could not be nominated, 
they and not their opponents in the convention should 
make the selection. After a struggle of several days 
continuance, they presented the name of James K. 
Polk which was received with demonstrations of joy, 
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164 BRABBUHY MEMORIAL. 

ed. During this canvas Mr. Bradbury departed from 
his usual custom and took the stump in favor of Mr. 
Polk, speaking often and in various parts of the state. 
He strongly urged the admission of Texas, which was 
an issue in the campaign, to prevent that great section 
of country from becoming subject to British influence. 
The organization and success of the democratic party 
in that campaign was largely due to Mr. Bradbury's 
influence. 

At the session of the Maine legislature in 1846, Mr, 
Bradbury was chosen United States senator for the 
term of six years from the fourth day of March fol- 
lowing. At the commencement of the session in De- 
cember, 1847, he took his seat. His first speech in 
that body was an eulogy on the life and character of 
his colleague, Hon. John Fairfield, who died fourteen 
days from the opening of the session. It was a fitting 
tribute to an able and patriotic son of Maine. Mr. 
Bradbury's entrance into the United States senate hap- 
pened jit a very interesting period of our history, 
whether with regard to the character and composition 
of the senate, or the subjects presented for action. 
Among the members of this branch of the government 
were Daniel Webster, Henry Clay, John C. Calhoun, 
Thomas H. Benton, Lewis Cass, Stephen A. Douglass, 
William H. Seward and Salmon P. Chase, giants in in- 
tellect, and others of scarcely less ability and distinc- 
tion. When Mr. Bradbury took his seat the war with 
Mexico was going on, and he gave his hearty support 
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BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 165 

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sustain and strengthen our army then in the heart of 
Mexico, and surrounded by hostile forces vastly supe- 
rior in numbers to themselves. There was strong op- 
position to the administration in the senate, and in the 
other branch there were those who refused to vote 
supplies for the armies in the field. The ratification of 
the treaty of peace with Mexico was bitterl}^ opposed 
and came near being defeated. 

Mr. Bradbury was made chairman of the committee 
on printing • also a member of the judiciary commit- 
tee and of the committee on claims. He served on 
the judiciary committee, which was a very hard work- 
ing one, until the close of his term. The question of 
slavery began more and more to excite the attention 
of Congress upon attempts to form governments for 
the territor}^ acquired from Mexico. The South claim- 
ed that the territories were the common property of all 
the citizens of the United States, and that they should 
have the right to migrate there with their families, in- 
cluding their slaves, and that Congress had no right to 
deprive them of this privilege. This was met by the 
denial of the right of the citizens of any state to carry 
their local laws into the territories, and the assertion 
of the power of Congress to prohibit slavery therein. 
A bill introduced to establish territorial governments 
for Oregon, California and New Mexico, led to a long 
discussion. Mr. Bradbury opposed the bill because it 
avoided the question as to whether Congress had or 
had not the power to legislate upon the subject of 
slavery in the territories; also because it devolved 



166 BRADBURY MEMOBIAL. 

upon the court the determination of questions that 
properly belonged to Congress to settle. This bill, he 
claimed, would not finish the controversy but only 
postpone it. He ever regarded the administration of 
Mr. Polk as one of the most important in our history. 

General Taylor was elected president in 1848, and 
during the campaign he stated that in case of his elec- 
tion, he would remove no person from office on account 
of politics. His pledges were not kept in this regard, 
and Mr. Bradbury introduced a resolution which called 
upon the president to cause to be laid before the sen- 
ate a list of the removals from office since the preced- 
ing fourth of March, with a statement of charges filed 
against them, his object being to vindicate the demo- 
cratic party from the charge of proscription of their 
political opponents, which was most triumphantly ac- 
complished, the records going to show that his party 
had been much less proscriptive than those of their 
opponents. 

In 1849, Mr. Clay introduced a compromise measure 
covering the question of government for the territories, 
including an adjustment of the boundaries of Texas. 
This bill was assailed by extremists, both from the 
North and South. A majority of the senate were in 
favor of the general features of the bill, bnt its passage 
was blocked upon the question of the amount of indem- 
nity to be paid to Texas. Mr. Bradbury offered an 
amendment providing for commissioners, both on the 
part of Congress and Texas, to agree upon a boundary 
and equivalents, which was adopted by a close vote. 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 167 

But the section to which this amendment was added 
was subsequently stricken out, which again opened 
the whole question. Mr. Bradbury supported Mr. 
Clay's compromise bill because he was convinced its 
provisions were proper in themselves, and were a 
peaceable adjustment of matters in controversy. 

In 1852, Mr. Bradbury was upon a special committee 
on French spoliations, and had charge in the senate of 
a bill looking to the adjustment of these long delayed 
claims. The bill was strenuously opposed, but Mr. 
Bradbury made an eloquent and exhaustive speech in 
its favor and the senate passed it by a large majority. 
With much labor and preparation, he secured the pas- 
sage of a bill to indemnify Maine and Massachusetts 
for losses sustained in the settlement of the boundary 
between Maine and New Brunswick. It was also 
through his efforts that the first appropriation was 
made for improving the navigation of the Kennebec 
river. He was an active and hard-working member 
throughout his entire term, looking carefully after the 
public good, and especially looking out for the interests 
of his constituents. He was a ready debater, a fluent 
speaker, always presenting the strong points of a case 
in a clear and concise manner. He was also a most 
indefatigable worker in the committee-room. He de- 
clined a re-election, and at the close of his term retired 
to private life and at once resumed the practice of his 
profession. He has had no desire for office since ; and 
a few years ago, having given up the practice of law,. 



168 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

he has i^ince given his time and attention to the manage- 
ment of his private affairs. 

In the settlement of contested election cases in the 
Maine legislature Mr. Bradbury has had a larger experi- 
ence than any other Maine citizen. For very many 
years he was on one side or the other of almost every 
contested case, and his clients were generally success- 
ful. He has also had large experience in drafting bills 
to be presented to the legislature, and some of the most 
valuable measures passed for the management and re- 
striction of railway corporations have been proposed 
by him. His efforts have been directed to securing 
the rights of all parties, and especially the rights of 
small stockholders against the grasping policy of rail- 
way managers. In his law practice he was always 
faithful to his clients, and ever ready to advise and 
promote a settlement betAveen parties when it could be 
fairly and equitably effected, and especially in family 
difficulties. He was opposed to litigation in trifling 
matters, and always refused all such business. 

He has ever kept up his interest in Bowdoin College. 
He was for several years a member of the board of 
overseers, and for thirty years a member of the board 
of trustees. Since 1866 he has been chairman of the 
committee of finance. He attends all the commence- 
ments, and looks after the welfare of the college in all 
its interests. The college conferred upon him the 
honorary degree of doctor of laws in 1872. He has 
long been an active and efficient member of the Maine 
Historical Societ}', and was its president from 1873 to 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 169 

1889. He obtained from the Maine legislature a grant 
of land, the sale of which forms the bulk of the per- 
manent fund of the society at the present time. He 
has long been an active member of the Congregational 
church in Augusta, and is much interested in the good 
of the cause at large. He has charity and fellowship 
for all denominations of Christians, and would have 
them work harmoniously in the great work committed 
to their charge. 

As a citizen Mr. Bradbury has ever taken an active 
part in all the public enterprises of the day, and has 
ever been ready to contribute of his time and means 
for the advancement of any measure calculated to ben- 
efit the city of his adoption, and the state. He opposed 
the construction of two parallel lines of railway through 
the state, and still believes it would have been better 
for the state had his views been carried out. He was 
a director of the Somerset & Kennebec railroad, and 
had much to do in effecting a union of this road with 
the Portland & Kennebec. At the time of this writing 
(March, 1890), Mr. Bradbury, though he has passed 
the eighty-seventh mile-stone, is still remarkably vig- 
orous, takes charge of a large private business, attends 
to his duties as a bank president, is a constant atten- 
dant at church on the Sabbath, and attends the meet- 
ings at Portland of the standing committee of the 
Maine Historical Society, of which he is one. His 
mind is still unimpaired, and his enjoyment of life and 
its work is apparently as great as ever. 

On the occasion of Mr. Bradbury's eighty-fifth birth- 



170 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

day (June 10, 1887), the Maine Historical Society ten- 
dered him a complimentary dinner at the Falmouth 
Hotel. There were present beside the leading mem- 
bers of the Maine Historical Society, Hon Cyrus Wood- 
man* of Cambridge, Abner C. Goodell, jr., president 
of the New England Historical and Genealogical So- 
ciety, and Charles Deane, ll. d.,* of Cambridge. Let- 
ters were received from distinguished men from various 
parts of the country. Prof. Henry L. Chapman of 
Bowdoin College presided in a very able and accepta- 
ble manner. His opening speech was a model for such 
an occasion. On being presented Mr. Bradbury was 
received with cheers and made a very neat and appro- 
priate speech. Speeches were also made by Hon. John 
A. Peters, chief-justice of the supreme court, Dr. Charles 
Deane, President Goodell, Hon. Hannibal Hamlin, 
Hon. Marshall Cram,* Rev. Dr. Fiske, Hon. George F. 
Talbot, and Hon. William Goold. The letters were 
read by the secretary, Hubbard W. Bryant. The oc- 
casion Avas one of unusual interest. 

The following is an extract from Prof. Chapman's 
opening remarks : — 

We are here today in grateful recogiution of the debt we owe 
to the fidelity and wisdom of one who has been so many years our 
sachem — our esteemed and honored president. We all know, 
gentlemen, his unselfish devotion to the welfare of the society ; 
his wise and watchful care over its varied interests ; the kindly 
courtesy of his official and personal relations with us. It is a great 
pleasure to us to give some outward expression to the honor which 
our hearts have all along yielded to him. And in order to empha- 

*Since deceased. 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 171 

size the feeling that prompted this gathering we have been glad to 
invite and to welcome here the representatives of sister societies 
to unite with us in this tribute of esteem. We may thus confirm, 
by living contact and fellowship, the sympathies that run along 
the obscure lines of antiquarian research, and bind us together in 
the ties of common or similar pursuits. 

Nor do we forget that the day is one that permits us to add to 
this token and assurance of our associated regard the kindly con- 
gratulations and good wishes which belong to a personal anniver- 
sary^, an anniversary, it may be said, that recurs with startling 
frequency in all our lives. Whatever that was cherished and val- 
uable the passing years may have taken away from our revered 
president, who today reaches another mile-stone on his journey, 
they have not taken away from him the continued power and 
privilege of serving his fellow-men in many noble ways. They 
cannot take away from him the record of that for which we honor 
him — a life distinguished by important duties worthily performed, 
by high trusts faithfully discharged, by great privileges blame- 
lessly enjoyed. And, on the other hand, they have brought to 
him in their swift passage, — 

That which should accompany old age, 
As honor, love, obedience, troops of friends. 

In his domestic relations Mr. Bradbury was signally- 
fortunate. He married November 25, 1834, Eliza Ann, 
daughter of Thomas Westbrook and Abigail (Page) 
Smith of Augusta, who was born March 18, 1815. Mr. 
Smith, father of Mrs. Bradbury, was born in Dover, 
N. H., February 22, 1785, and in 1805 came to Augusta 
and engaged in trade, which he followed for many 
years and accumulated a large fortune for his day. 
The mother of Mrs. Bradbury was Abigail, daughter 
of Ezekiel and Betsey (Robie) Page, who came to Au- 
gusta from Haverhill, Mass., in 1762. Mrs. Bradbury 



172 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

was a most womanly woman. Affectionate, cheerful, 
full of energy and possessed of great executive ability, 
qualities inherited from her parents, she was a model 
wife, mother, friend and member of society. She lived 
with her husband in happy union for over forty-four 
years, and for the most part of that time enjoyed perfect 
health. She died suddenly January 29, 1879, greatly 
lamented by her surviving family, and deeply mourned 
by the entire community. In her life-time she abound- 
ed in deeds of charity and kindness. The Old Ladies' 
Home in Augusta was one of her favorite charges, of 
the management of which sIiq was president at the 
time of her death. She had been a member of the 
Congregational church for many years, but for several 
years before her death she attended the Episcopal 
church. Her creed was much broader than that of any 
denomination; she observed strictly the Golden Rule, 
and hers were " the charities that soothe and heal and 
bless." The epitaph engraved on her headstone is 
truly expressive of her character : — 

She loved to do good. 

A local paper in a notice of the death of Mrs. Brad- 
bury, said : "Her departure will be lamented by a wide 
circle of friends who knew her sterling qualities of 
mind and heart. She was a woman of large business 
capacity, possessing uncommon executive abilities. She 
was ever active and foremost in all benevolent and 
charitable movements, and was engaged at the time of 
her first attack of illness in preparing, through her own 



BRADBURY MEMOBIAL. 173 

labor and employed help, clothing for the poor and 
food to be distributed among needy families. In her 
the indigent and unfortunate ever found a sympathetic 
friend, ready with liberal hand to contribute to their 
necessities. They will mourn her death with unfeigned 
sorrow. She was a noble woman, possessing a kind 
heart and generous hand. Her life was filled with 
deeds of charity and of active benevolence, and her 
time and means were largely employed in suppl^-ing 
the wants and relieving the distresses of others." An- 
other local paper, among other things, said : "Mrs. 
Bradbury inherited from her father great industry, 
sterling sense and correct judgment, softened in her 
by the womanly graces inherited from her mother. 
Her death casts a gloom over many a humble home, 
and her memory will be cherished by hundreds who 
have received bounty from her hand. The death of 
such a woman is a public loss." 

The children of Hon. James Ware and Eliza Ann 
(Smith) Bradbury, all born in Augusta, were : — 

1018 i Henry Westbrook^, b. Feb. 10, 1836; m. Louisa H. 

Gregorie. 

1019 ii James Ware, jr.^ b. July 22, 1839; d. Sept. 21, 1876. 

He entered Bowdoin College in 1857, and graduated 
with honor in the class of 1861, He immediately en- 
tered upon the study of the law, in the offit-e of Brad- 
bury, Morrill & Meserve. Ui)on the completion of 
the regular course of studies and his admission to the 
bar, he entered upon the practice of his profession in 
partnership with his father. His industry and devo- 
tion to business were attended with success. In 1871, 



174 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

he passed the winter in Florida, where he formed the 
acquaintance and secured the attachment of many 
warm personal friends. Upon his return he resumed 
the labors of his office, and at the time of his decease 
the brightest prospects of professional success were 
opening before him. His conscientiousness, integrity 
and fidelity to the true interests of his clients secured 
their confidence and increased their number, and drew 
to him the best class of professional business. Always 
opposed to useless litigation and pettifogging in any 
form, he preferred equity to ^ny advantage gained by 
stratagem and finesse. Hence it was that he often be- 
came a peacemaker when different advice would have 
led to expensive and often unavailing litigation. He 
was city solicitor of Augusta in 1868, filling the posi- 
tion to the satisfaction of the municipal authorities 
and the people. He was appointed U. S. commissioner 
in 1869, and held the office until his decease, discharg- 
ing its duties with independence, ability and fidelity. 
Although not an ultra partizan, Mr. Bradbury ever 
took a deep interest in public affairs, and Avas strongly 
attached to the principles of the democratic party. 
They were with him a matter of conviction. He felt 
that the best interests of the country were to be se- 
cured by their maintenance, and he never wavered in 
their support throughout the long and hopeless minor- 
ity of the party, though well knowing that it closed 
every avenue to political preferment. Prof. Packard 
said of him : " He left us with the impression that he 
possessed intellectual powers which promised much 
for his friends and for the public." 
1020 iii Thomas Westbrook Smith«, b. July 24, 1841 ; d. May 1, 
1868. He was a young man of excellent character 
and habits, and his early death, the first in the family, 
was greatly lamented. 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 175 

1021 iv Charles^, b. March 31, 1846; m. Nov. 9, 1870, Eva A. 
Lancaster of Augusta. He resides in Boston. 



45 S 
Samuel Moulton" Bradbury (James^, Cotton^, 
John'^, Wymond•^ Wymond^, Thomas^), married first, 
1831, Susan, daughter of James Brackett of Parsons- 
field. She died, and in 1847 he married EUzabeth 
Brackett, a sister of his former wife. He studied med- 
icine with his father and graduated from the Maine 
Medical school in 1831. He commenced practice in 
Parsonsfield and remained there until 1836. He then 
moved to Limington, where he continued in practice 
until his death. 

Children : 

By the first marriage : 

1022 i John Brackett*, b. June 1, 1833. He graduated from 

Colby University, class of 1857. He died of con- 
sumption, April 27, 1858. 

1023 ii daughter^ b. ; d. . 

By second marriage : * 

1024 iii James Otis«, b. July 19, 1850; m. Aug. 5, 1877, Ella S. 

Butler. He is a lawyer in Hartland. They have 
Mary Alma, b. Sept. 26, 1862, and Eva. 

1025 iv Eva Carrie*, b. Oct. 28, 1854; d. Aug. 24, 1862. 

1026 V Frank M.*, b. Feb. 28, 1858 ; m. Feb. 13, 1886, Allie 

S. Cousins. 

1027 vi Lizzie*, b. May 27, 1862. 

CoTTOx M.'^ Bradbury ( James^, Cotton^, John*, Wy- 
mond^, Wymond^, Thomas^), married February 3, 1861, 



176 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

Susanna D. Hussey, who died in 1867, and second, Ella 
T. Harris. 

Children : 

1028 i James C.% b. Oct. 11, 1864. 

1029 ii Jennie^, h. July, 1866. 
By second wife : 

1030 iii Nellie^ b. Feb. 26, 1880. 

1031 iv Franks, b. Nov. 20, 1884. 
1082 V Fred«, b. June 19, 1885. 



464 
John Roger Williams' Bradbury (John', John^, 
John*, Wyniond^, Wymond^, Thomas^), married Janu- 
ary 3, 1822, Phebe R. Mayhew, who was born in 1801, 
and died June 16, 1844. He married second, Oct. 30, 
1845, Lydia Chapman, who was born in Bethel, Me., 
in 1815. He was a house carpenter, resided at Bethel 
and other places. 

Children : 

1033 i Priscilla S.«, b. July 29, 1823 ; m. March 21, 1846, Reu- 

ben Penley. 

1034 ii Sarahs, -^^ March 12, 1826; m. March 12, 1846, Joseph 

E. Goud, who settled and died in Caribou, Me. 

1035 iii Andrew J.^ b. Jan., 1832 ; d. March following. 

1036 iv Rachel J.% b. April 27, 1834 ; m. George F. Ellingwood 

of Bethel. 

1037 V Phebe Ellen«, b. April, 1844; d. Oct. following. 
By second wife : 

1038 vi John E.^, b. Nov. 5, 1847. 

1039 vii Gilman Chapman^ b. Oct. 3, 1849. 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 177 

Benjamin Buebank' Bradbury ( John^, Jolin^, John*, 
WymoiicF, WymoncP, Thomas^), married January 8, 
1823, Betsey Lowell of Chesterville, who was born 
July 20, 1804. He was captain in the militia, moved 
from Chesterville to Newport, where he was in the 
apothecary business, and then to Bangor. He was 
also a musician. He died January, 1878. 

Cliildren : 

1040 i Hannah Elizabeth*, b. March 16, 1827 ; m. July 17, 1859, 

George C. Goodwin of Charlestown, Mass, 

1041 ii Benjamin Franklin', b. Feb. 28, 1829 ; m. Annie Pierce, 

and second, Sarah Horton Woodman, r. Boston. 

1042 iii Julia Maria^ b. May 8, 1885; m. Dec. 15, 1855, Robert 

F. Patterson of Bangor, now of Tennessee ; she died 
in 1857. 

1043 iv Sarah EUza», b. Feb. 23, 1837. 

1044 V Rachel Annie', b. July 3, 1838 ; m. Oct. 14, 1862, Rev. 

Charles F. Holbrook of West Boylston, Mass., now of 
Davenport, Mass. 

4:68 

JoTHAM' Bradbury (William^, John^, John*, Wy- 
mond^, Wymond", Thomas^), married October 5, 1813, 
Nancy Merrick, who was born March 2, 1791, and died 
July 31, 1830. For second wife he married, January 
9, 1831, Rachel (Hinckley) Merrick, who was born in 
1798. He resided in Chesterville, Me. He was much 
interested in the undertaking of Mr. John M. Brad- 
bury and collected material for this book. He was en- 
sign and captain in the militia, member of the legisla- 
12 



178 HRADHUUY MEMORIAL. 

ture. and in other official positions. He died in 1889, 
aged nearly ninety-eight years. 
Children : 

1045 i Harriet Robbins*, b. Sept. 5, 1814 ; m. May 23, 1847, 

Eleazer Elwell of Carthage, Me. 

1046 ii Jotham Dennis^ b. Jan. 9, 1816 ; m. Sarah Hinckley 

Merrick. 

1047 iii Naomi Jane«, b. July 31, 1818 ; m. April 3, 1836, Al- 

exander Storer of Carthage, Me. 

1048 iv Meroe Ann«, b. May 22, 1820 ; m. July 13, 1844, Hart- 

son Rice Brown of Mt. Vernon, Me. 

1049 V Abigail Bailey^, b. April 18, 1822; m. Oct. 3, 1850, 

Francis B. Field of Farmington, 

1050 vi William^, b. March 23, 1824; ra. Lydia Ann Merritt. 

1051 vii Mary Elizabeth^ b. July 31, 1826; m. Oct., 1848, Em- 

met Toulmin of Rochester, N. Y, 
By second wife : 

1052 viii Ellen Julia«, b. Feb. 27, 1837. 

William Otis" Bradbury (William^, John^, John'', 
Wymond^, Wymond^, Thomas^), married December 20, 
1821, Lavinia Pierce, who was born March 28, 1800, 
and died April 12, 1837. He married second, Novem- 
ber 20, 1837, Fanny Willard, who was born June 5, 
1807. He lived in Chesterville, where he was a re- 
spectable and useful citizen, but became insane and 
ended his days by suicide. 

Childi-en : 

1053 i Daniel Storer*, b. Oct. 16, 1823 ; d. Oct. 5, 1826. 

1054 ii Otis Thurston^ b. Aug. 28, 1827 ; m. Maria J. Daven- 

port, r. Minnesota. 



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1055 iii Caroline Lavinia^ b. Aug. 8, 1829 ; m. Aug. 10, 1856 

Ephraim Atwood of Buckfield. 

1056 iv Daniel Storer«, b. Sept. 3, 1882. 

1057 V George Boardman*, b. Oct. 19, 1834 ; m. Belinda Baker, 
By second wife : 

1058 vi Alfred William*, b. Aug. 2, 1846. 

1059 vii Vesta S.», b. Oct. 19, 1849. 

Charles Leighton" Bradbury (Samuel^, John^, 
John'*, Wymonc?, Wymonc?, Thomas^), married in Sa- 
lem, January 14, 1838, Hannah Peavy Brassbridge, 
who was born at Alton, N. H., March 13, 1817. Their 
children were born in Salem and Boston. 
Children : 

1060 i Sarah Maria«, b. Dec. 29, 1839. 

1061 ii Charles SamueP, b. Oct. 5, 1841 ; d. Sept. 28, 1845. 

1062 iii Edward Emerson*, b. Nov. 24, 1843. 

1063 iv Anna Louisa*, b. May 14, 1847 ; d. Aug. 19, 1848. 

1064 V Alice Chamberlain*, b. May 30, 1849. 

Samuel Adams^ Bradbury (SamueP, John^, John*, 
Wymond^, Wymond^, Thomas'), married in Boston, 
September 17, 1840, Louisa Maria Welch, who was 
born in Monmouth, Me., Feb. 1817. He died in Bos- 
ton, May 3, 1852. 

Children : 

1065 i Edward Valentine*, b. July 31, 1841 ; d. Aug. 8, 1842. 

1066 ii Charles Edward*, b. Nov. 9, 1842; d. Nov. 17, 1842. 

1067 iii Louisa Augusta*, b. June 27, 1844. 

1068 iv Sumner Theophilus*, b. Jan. 25, 1847. -^ 

1069 V Edward Everett^, b. March 12, 1849 ; d. March 27, 1852. 



1070 


i 


1071 


ii 


1072 


iii 


1073 


iv 


1074 


V 


1075 


vi 



180 BRADBUBY MEMORIAL. |!^ 

Cotton Chase^ Bradbury (SamueP, Jolm^, John*, 
Wymond^ Wymond^ Thomas'), married May 28, 1844, 
Rebecca Beaver, who was born in Providence, R. I., 
January 10, 1819. J^^ / ^ i - ^ /^- ' V v 5 .^; "-^-^^^/^^jl^cq. 
Children : ' / 

Charles Chase«, b. ; d. March, 1848. 

William Francis^ b. ; b. March, 1848. 

William Chase^ b. Feb. 1, 1849. / 

Charles Francis-, b. July 11, 1851. 

George Edward^.b. Sept. 13, 1853. 

Francis BreweF^b. July 28, l«5§r' /^ ^^ ^ 

478 
John William' Bradbury (SamueP, John^, John*, 
Wymond'^ Wymond^, Thomas'), married November 22, 
1855, Annie EUza Wells. He resides in Petersburg, 
Va. He had in his possession the diary of his grand- 
father, John Bradbury of York, and presented the same 
to the Maine Historical Society. 
Children : 

1076 i Annie Leigbton^ b. Sept. 7, 1856 ; m. W. E. Peebles. 
Their children are : 

1 John Bradbury« (Peebles), b. Oct. 1, 1881. 

2 Leighton HartwelP (Peebles), b. Aug. 22, 1883. 

3 Annie Bradbury^ (Peebles), b. Sept. 17, 1886. 

4 Mary Blanche^ (Peebles), b. June 29, 1889. 
1076 a ii Mary Anderson^ b. Nov. 7, 1859; d. in infancy. 
1076 I iii Charles M.^ b. Sept. 9, 1862, r. Sago, Japan. 
1076 c iv Catherine Emma*, b. May 9, 1865. 

1076 d V Miriam Louisa^ b. Dec. 30, 1868. 

1076 e vi Elizabeth Walworth^ b. Dec. 12, 1872. 




/^Cf^~^C. 



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BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 181 

4:81 

David^ Bkadbuky (Joseph*', John^, John*, Wymond^, 
WymoncP, Thomas^), married November 5, 1839, at 
Lockport, 111., Julia A. Livingston, who was born in 
New York. He died December 27, 1866, at Port La- 
vaca, Tex., and she died Aug. 9, 1858, at Galveston. 
Mr. Bradbury was by occupation a contractor. 
Children : 

1077 i Henry Clay«, b. at Springfield, 111., 1842, r. Kerrville, 

Tex. 

1078 ii Josephine Livingston*, b. 1846, at Galveston, Tex. 

1079 iii Edward Livingston^, b. 1849. 

1080 iv Simon Augustns^ b. 1851. 

483 
Simon Pierce" Bradbury ( Joseph^ John^, John"*, Wy- 
mond^, Wymond^, Thomas^), married October 10, 1838, 
Mary A. Gowen, who died January 24, 1887. Mr. 
Bradbury has long been connected with educational 
matters, and is now supervisor of the Bangor schools. 
Children : 

1081 i Frederic Gowen«, b. Nov. 23. 1839 ; d. . 

1082 ii Edgar Howard*, b. July 5, 1843. 

1083 iii Lxiella L.^, b. March 26, 1846 ; m. Clark. 

1084 iv John Joseph^, b. June 30, 1854. 

Hon. Bion' Bradbury (Jeremiah^, Joseph^, John% 
Wymond^, Wymond^, Thomas^), born in Biddeford, De- 
cember 6, 1811, fitted for college at South Berwick 
and Gorham academies, and graduated from Bowdoiii 



182 BBADBURY MEMORIAL. 

College ill 1830. The next year he was preceptor of 
Alfred academy, and in 1832 commenced the study of 
law wdth Daniel Goodenow of that town. He com- 
pleted his studies with Hon. William P. Preble of Port> 
land, and was admitted to the York county bar in May, 
1834. He opened an office in Calais, and soon after 
formed a partnership with Hon. Anson G. Chandler, 
Avhicli continued until the latter was appointed to the 
bench of the supreme court. In 1844, Mr. Bradbury 
was appointed collector of customs for Passamaquoddy 
district, and moved to Eastport ; he was twice re-ap- 
pointed. He served in the Maine legislature in 1849, 
1850, and again in 1862. The last time he was elected 
by the unanimous vote of both parties. He was can- 
elate for congress in 1858 and 1874, and for governor 
in 1863, but his party being in the minority, he was 
defeated. He was also a member of the National Dem- 
ocratic conventions of 1856, 1860 and 1880. During 
all these years Mr. Bradbury continued in the practice 
of the law, and always with marked success. He was 
ii o-ood counselor and a brilliant advocate. In 1864, 
Mr. Bradbury removed to Portland, and in 1885 was 
appointed surveyor of the port of Portland, which 
office he was holding at the time of his death. He 
died July 1, 1887. A cotemporary of Mr. Bradbury 
thus spoke of him : " One of the most distinguished 
and best beloved sons of Maine, has, after a life con- 
spicuous for honorable activity and achievement, gone 
to his rest. The intelligence of his death will be receiv- 
ed wdtli profound regret by men of all parties and sects, 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 183 

and will occasion a feeling of personal loss to more 
people in this state, unrelated to him by kinship or 
political ties, than the announcement of the death of 
almost any other of the citizens of Maine." Mr. Brad- 
bury married October 25, 1837, Alice H., daughter of 
Col. Johnson Williams of Brooklyn, N. Y., afterward 
of Waterville, Me., who was the son of Dr. Obadiah 
Williams, a distinguished citizen of Waterville, Avho 
came there from New Hampshire. 

Children : 

1085 i Mary Langdon Storer^ b. Calais, Aug. 12, 1838; m. 

Aug. 17, 1868, diaries Carroll, son of Judge and Gov- 
ernor Samuel Wells. They had one son, Charles. 
Mr. Wells died May 31, 1869. 

1086 ii Albert Williams^ b. Jan. 29, 1840. He graduated at 

Bowdoin College in 1860. He entered the military 
service soon after the breaking out of tlie war as first 
lieutenant in the First Maine battery of mounted ar- 
tillery. He was afterward promoted to captain of the 
battery, and then to major of the regiment. He was 
a brave and gallant officer, as his promotions suf- 
ficiently indicate. He is now in the practice of law 
in Portland, and is unmarried. 

1087 iii William Dow». b. Oct. 2, 1842; d. at Eastport, Aug. 20, 

1854. 

1088 iv Bion Lucius^, b. Eastport, Aug. 20, 1847 ; d. Jan. 30, 

1848. 

1089 V Alice Williams^, b. Jan. 2d, 1849 ; m. Dec. 9, 1869, 

Charles F. Libby, a talented and popular lawyer of 
the Cumberland bar ; resides in Portland. 

1090 vi Bion«, b. Oct. 16, 1852. 

1091 vii Marcia Dow^ b. Feb. 6, 1855 ; m. Feb. 28, 1882, Edward 

C. Jordan. She is a contributor to the jjublic press, 
and has written some gems of poetry. They reside 
in Portland. 



184 im AD BURY MEMORIAL. 

Emily^ Beadbury (Jeremiah^, Joseph^, John*, Wy- 
mond^, Wymond^, Thomas^), born in Alfred, May 18, 
1821 ; married September 16, 1843, Francis Keyes 
Swan* of Calais. They resided in Calais until the au- 
tumn of 1865, when they moved to Portland. Mr. 
Swan was senior member of the well-known banking 
firm of Swan & Barrett until he retired a few years 
ago, with a competency. Mrs. Swan was a confirmed 
invalid during the last years of her life, but it was 
borne with remarkable fortitude and patience, with a 
forgetfulness of self, and a thoughtful consideration for 
others, which had been conspicuous traits in her char- 
acter throughout her life. She died in Portland, De- 
cember 4, 1877. 

*Winiam Swan, born in Boston, 1740, was a descendant in tlie third gen- 
eration from Dr. Thomas Swan, who graduated from Harvard College in 
1689. He married Mercy Porter of Weymouth, 1776. Removed to Gar- 
diner, Me., 1795 ; subsequently to Winslow, where he died, 1835. 

Francis Swan, third son of William, born 1785. Married Hannah, 
daughter of James Child of Augusta, 1814. Settled in Winslow, remov- 
ing thence to Calais, 1834. He died June, 1862. Mrs. Swan died May, 
1869. Children : 

1 Sarah Porter, b. Feb. 6, 1816 ; m. Richard H. Manning of New York, 

Nov. 7, 1840 ; d. Dec. 21, 1841. 

2 James Child, b. Aug. 4, 1817 ; m. Helen Trask of Portland, Sept., 1845; 

d. Oct. 15, 1853. She died Feb. 13, 1887. 

3 William Henry, b. Jan. 13, 1819. Unmarried. 

4 Francis Keyes, b. Oct. 20, 1820; m. Emily Bradbury, Sept. 16,1843; re- 

moved from Calais to Portland, 1865, where she died Dec. 4, 1877. 

5 Charles Edward, b. Sept. 5, 1822. Graduated at Bowdoin College in 

1844; m. Mary D., daughter of George Downes of Calais, Sept. 26, 
1849. She died July 9, 1851. 

6 Eugene Swan, b. July 23, 1824. Unmarried. 




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Children ; 

1092 i Henry Storei-^ (Swan), b. Dec. 8, 1844; m. April 7, 

1877, Mrs. Annie C. C. Shaw, daughter of R. A. L. 
Codman of Portland. Pie is a physician of Bristol, R.I. 

1093 ii Emily Manning^ ( Swan ), b. Oct. 24, 1846 ; m. Dec. 31, 

1879, Dr. Frederic Henry Gerrish of Portland. 

1094 iii Marcia Bradbury^ (Swan), b. May 31, 1853. 

1095 iv Florence Wainwright^ (Swan), b. Aug. 20, 1857. 

Ebenezer^ Bradbury (Theophilus^, Jonathan^, The- 
ophilus*, Wymond'^, Wymond^, Thomas^), was a silver- 
smith by trade, and resided in Newburjport. He was 
a noble specimen of the self-made man. He had a 
large family, but by industrious and economical habits 
he brought up his children in comfort, and gave them 
a good education. By steady and methodical habits of 
study he acquired a large amount of useful informa- 
tion. His benevolence and genial disposition, united 
with strict integrity, won for him the respect and good 
will of his fellow-citizens, and gave him great influence 
in his native town. He had great interest in educa- 
tional matters, which continued unabated all through 
his useful life. He was frequently elected to munici- 
pal offices, and for five years was a member of the 
Massachusetts legislature. In 1847, he was chosen 
speaker of the House. For two years he was a mem- 
ber of the executive council, and in 1849 was elected 
treasurer of the commonwealth, a position which he held 
two years — as long as the party to which he belonged 
was then in power. In 1853, he resided in Newton, 



186 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

and was a delegate from that town to the constitutional 
convention. The next year he represented that town 
in the general court. Later in life he was judge of the 
municipal court in Milford. He was upright in his 
dealings, modest and unassuming in his demeanor, kind 
and obliging to every one, he served his town and state 
most faithfully, and his death, which took place June 
19, 1864, was greatly lamented by a large circle of 
friends. He married December 10, 1815, Nancy Mer- 
rill, who was born November 12, 1796, and died Janu- 
ary 13, 1832. He married second, July 3, 1832, Mary 
Tappan, who was born November 25, 1798. He had 
eighteen children, the eight first born in Newburyport, 
and the others, part in Newbur^qDort and part in South- 
ampton, Franklin county, Penn. 
Children : 

Ebenezei-«, b. Dec. 10, 1816; m. Mary Todd. 
John MerrilP, b. Oct. 29, 1818 ; m. Sarah Ann Hayes. 
Theophilus«, b. Oct. 24, 1820; d. July 12, 1821. 
Theophilus^ b. July 28, 1822 ; m. Emily Jane Gray. 
Jonathan'', b. Oct. 5, 1824; d. same day. 
SamueP, b. Oct. 8, 1825; d. same day. 
Albert Fayette^ b. July 16, 1827 ; m. Frances Ayer 
Morrill. 

1103 viii Ann Maria^ b. Aug. 18, 1830 ; d. Sept. 30 following. 
By second wife : 

1104 ix George^, b. April 19, 1833 ; m. Elizabeth L. Taisey. 

1105 X Ephraim*, b. May 13, 1835; d. same day. 

1106 xi Eunice^, b. May 13, 1835 ; d. same day. 

1107 xii Charles Edwin«, b. Jan. 8, 1837 ; m. Sarah M. Hast- 

ings. 

1108 xiii Edwin Charles^ b. Jan. 8, 1837 ; m. Harriet Jane 

Williams. 



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BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 187 

Francis Augustine^, b. Oct. 30, 1838. 
Frances Augusta^, b. Oct. 30, 1838 ; d. Mar. 4, 1841. 
William Henry Harrison^, b. Feb. 24, 1840; m. Clara 

Clement Adams. 
Anna Mary^, b. Sept. 28, 1841. 
Washington Irving^, b. March 14, 1843; m. Mary 

Ella Rounds. 

513 
JoHN^ Beadbury ( Theophilus*', Jonathan^, Theophi- 
lus*, WymoncP, WymoncP, Thomas^), married at New- 
buryport, September 7, 1825, Rebecca Moody Board- 
man, who was born at Newburyport, May 19, 1805. 
She died August 21, 1834, and he married second, Oc- 
tober 6, 1836, Augusta Hayes, wdio was born in Glou- 
cester, Mass., March 6, 1809. He died in San Francisco, 
October 3, 1851. 

Children, born in Newburyport : 

1114 i Harriet Louisa«, b. July 25, 1826; d. Feb. 14, 1873, at 

Naples, Italy. 

1115 ii John HenryS, b. Dec. 9, 1827 ; m. Oct. 23, 1861, Emily 

Olcott Robertson. 

1116 iii Charles William^ b. Nov. 18, 1830; m. at Cambridge, 

Mass., June 4, 1864, Sophia Louise Appleton. 

1117 iv Rebecca^, b. May 22, 1833 ; d. Nov. 16, 1849. 

1118 V Elizabeth MarshalP, b. Aug. 15, 1834; m. Truman H. 

Safford.* 

*Truman Henry Saflford is Professor of Astronomy in Williams Col- 
lege. Their children are : 

1 John Henryio (Safford), b. June 11, 1861. 

2 Louisa Parkeri" (Safford), b. Dec. 19, 1862; d. Sept. 26, 1864. 

3 Walter Bradbury^ (Safford), b. Dec. 23, 1864. 

4 Arthur Truman^ (Safford), b. Feb. 9, 1867. 

5 Charles Louisi'' (Safford), b. Nov. 19, 1870. 

6 Alice Elizabeth^ (Safford), b. April 30, 1876. 

Three of the sons are graduates of the college, and the other is a soph- 
omore. 



188 BRADBUBY MEMORIAL. 

By second wife : 

1119 vi Walter Scott«, b. May 16, 1840 ; d. at Newberti, N. C, 

Jan. 22, 1863. He was a soldier in 44th Mass. vols. 

1120 vii Augusta*, b. Jan. 14, 1845 ; d. Boston, May 2, 1865. 



519 
Chakles^ Bradbuky (Smitli^, Jonathan^, Theophi- 
lus*, Wymoncl^, Wymond^, Thomas^), married Novem- 
ber 3, 1828, Juliet Walker, who was born May 10, 
1809. Captain Charles Bradbury was a sailor, and 
made several vo3^ages as master of a vessel. He aban- 
doned the sea when about thirty years of age, and be- 
came, a school teacher. He was for many years a 
leading man in Kennebunkport. He was moderator in 
the town meetings for many successive years, served 
six years as a member of the school board, was town 
agent for several years, was representative to the state 
legislature two terms, and was one of the board of 
county commissioners for York county from 1831 to 
1838. He was a man of marked ability and a devoted 
student of local history. His history of Kennebunk- 
port, formerly the ancient town of Arundel, is a work 
of great merit, and is now very scarce. He went to 
Michigan about the year 1844, and died at Albion, in 
that state, July 4, 1864. 

Children : 

1121 1 Octavias, b. Oct. 7, 1829. 

1122 ii Juliet^, March 17, 1840. 

1123 iii Charles^, b. Dee. 20, 1841. 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL, 189 

528 
Wyman"^ Bradbury (Charles^, WymoncP, Theophilus*, 
Wymond^ Wymond^, Thomas^), married May 13, 1838, 
Elizabeth Ann Starbuck. He lived in Nantucket, 
where his children were born. He was lost at sea in 
July, 1852. 

Children : 

1124 i Lucy Starbuck^, b. March 23, 1839. 

1125 ii Mary Elizabeth^, b. Dec. 21, 1840 ; d. Sept. 11, 1841. 

1126 iii Mary An< b. Dec. 3, 1841 ; d. Sept. 11, 1842. 

1127 iv Charles Wyman*, b. Feb. 21, 1848. 

530 
Jonathan Oakes^ Bradbury (Charles^, Wymond^, 
Theophilus*, Wymond^, Wymond^, Thomas^), married 
October 9, 1845, Rachel G., daughter of Lieutenant 
Jonas G. and Betsey Stetson (Cutter) Brooks, who was 
born April 20, 1819. He died October 28, 1872. 
Children, born at Charlestown, Mass : 

1128 i Emily Frances^, b. May 25, 1846. 

1129 ii Mary Brooks^ b. Oct. 19, 1850; m. Sept. 26, 1877, Jo- 

seph L. Jefferson of Chelsea. 

1130 iii George Oakes«, b. Aug. 19, 1858. 

Elbridge^ Bradbury (Edward^, Wymond^, Theoph- 
ilus^ Wymond^, Wymond^, Thomas^), married April 20, 
1840, Mary J., daughter of Richard Underbill of New 
York. 

Children : 

1131 i Augustus UnderhilP, b. Bedford, Pa., Feb. 4, 1841. 

1132 ii Henry Chase*, b. Aug. 18, 1844, at VViniamsport, Pa. 



190 BEAD BUSY MEMORIAL. 

556 
Charles William^ Bradbury (Charles^, Theophi- 
lus^, Theophilus*, Wj^moncF, Wvinond^, Thomas^), mar- 
ried January 18, 1846, Eleanor Farrand Bradley. 
Children : 

1133 i William Cumming«, b. March 7, 1847. 

1134 ii Charles Augustus^ b. March 1, 1849 ; midshipman U. 

S. navy. 
1185 iii Elenora Cumming^, b. Sept. 4, 1851 ; d. Oct. following. 

1136 iv George Winslow", b. Nov. 6, 1852. 

1137 V Elenora dimming*, b. Xov. 18, 1854. 

1138 vi Fanny Winslow*, b. Sept. 16, 1856. 

564 
John' Bradbury (John^, Rowland^, John'', William^, 
William^, Thomas^.), married at Marblehead, February 
7, 1807, Hannah Bubier, who was born at Marblehead, 
September 17, 1789. He died October 3, 1827, and 
she married again. 

Childi-en, born in Guilford, N. H.: 

1139 i Hannah Jarvis^ b. April 23,1808; m. Jacob Rowe of 

Guilford. 

1140 ii MaryS, b. 1810 ; d. young. 

1141 iii Busang b. 1812; d. young. 

1142 iv John Bubier*, b. Feb. 15, 1814; ra. Feb. 12, 1844, EUza 

Follansbee, who was born Aug. 29, 1814. He resides 
at Waterville, Me. Xo issue. 

570 
Benjamin^ Bradbury (John^, Ptowland^, John^, Wil- 
liam^, William^, Thomas^), married August 19, 1812, 
Joanna Weeks (one account says Lorinda Knowlton). 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 191 

Children : 

1143 i Xancy», b. Oct. 25, 1812; m. Oct. 5, 1835, Augustus 

Wilson of Kitteiy. 

1144 ii Isabella^, b. ; m. March 24, 1846, William R. Davis 

of Boston. 

571 
Joseph" Bradbury (John^, RowlancP, John^, Wil- 
liam^, William^, Thomas^), married at Guilford, N. H., 
January 30, 1815, Hannah Boyd, who was born at 
Guilford, February 19, 1797. He moved to Went- 
worth, N. H. 

Children, born at Guilford, N. H.; 

1145 i Arthur®, b. ; d. young. 

1146 ii Darius^ b. May 5, 1817 ; m. Emily Hobbs. 

1147 iii Luther Milton®, b. Aug. 30, 1819; m. Xancy Hobbs. 

1148 iv Abigail®, b. May 31, 1821 ; m. Jan. 30, 1844, John Vit- 

tum, r. Sandwich, X. H. 

1149 V Mary Jane®, b. Dec. 15, 1829; m. July 9, 1853, Daniel 

Kidder Cummings of Wentw(irth, X. H. 

1150 vi Edgar®, b. Jan. 19, 1S32, r. Wentworth. 

573 
Jesse" Bradbury (John^ Rowland^, John'', William^, 
William^, Thomas^), married in 1822, Susan Craig. He 
died in 1830, and his widow married again. 

Child : 

1151 i Olive Ann®, b. April 28, 1824. 

576 
JoHX Stevens" Bradbury (PauP, Eowland^, John*, 
William^, William^, Thomas^), resided in Industry, Me., 



192 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

and died there. He married at Madbury, N. H., July 
3, 1807, Lois Pinkham, who died January 15, 1854. 
Children : 

1151 i Alfred^, b. Sept. 19, 1807 ; d. unmarried, July 26, 1886. 

1152 ii Mary«, b. May 14, 1810 ; d. unmarried, April 4, 1876. 

579 
True^ Bradbury (PauP, Rowland^, John*, William', 
William^, Thomas^), married Lydia Gushing Allen. 
Children : 

1153 i Wyer^, b. June 14, 1814 ; m. Eliza Webber. 

1154 ii Samuel Hidden^, b. Sept. 18, 1818; m. Dec. 24, 1846, 

Mary E. Small, r. West Lubec. 

1155 iii Mary Jane^ b. ; m. William Guptill of Lubec. 

1156 iv Stephen Decatur^ b. . 

1157 V Sarah Ann^, b. ; m. William J. Balch of Machias. 

583 

Samuel Hidden' Bradbury (PauP Rowland^, John*, 

William^, William^, Thomas^), married at Cherryfield, 

Me., Bethiah H. Dinsmore. He moved to Brewer, Me. 

Children : 

1158 i Rowland^, b. Aug., 1826. 

1159 ii Wyman Collins', b. July 31, 1829. 

1160 iii MaryS b. Aug., 1836 ; m. John Ryan. 

1161 iv Susannah*, b. July 3, 1840 ; d. Aug. 17, 1857. 

601 
Ebenezer^ Bradbury (James^, SamueP, James*, Wil- 
liam^ William^, Thomas^), married June 9, 1805, Mary 
Thompson, who died in Boston about 1830. He was 
lost at sea in January, 1811. 



BBABBVRY MEMOBIAL. 193- 

Children : 

1162 i Ebenezer', b. Sept. 14, 1806. 

1163 ii James Williams^ b. May 27, 1808. 

1164 iii Frederic Titcomb^, b. Nov. 6, 1810. 



G07 
John Coffin' Bradbury (James'', SamueP, James*. 
William^, William^ Thomas^), married at Hampton 
Falls, July, 1829, Margaret Shaw Tilton. He lived in 
Newburyport and Boston, and died in Boston, March 
23, 1870. His wife died and he married second, De- 
cember 30, 1859, Fanriie Jeanette Dyke, who was born 
at New Lebanon Springs, N. Y., in 1825 or 1826. 

Children : 

1165 i Margaret Ellen«, b. Jan. 14, 1830 ; m. Jan. 10, 1856, Mar- 

shall H. Lyman. 

1166 ii John James^ b. 1832 ; d. same year. 

1167 iii Sarah Caroline^ b. Feb. 20, 1834. 



608 
John Talbot Norris^ Bradbury (SamueP, SamiieP, 
James*, William^, Willianr, Thomas^), married in 1832, 
Mary Jane Robinson. He died in 1838, in Baltimore,. 
where his children were born. 

Children : 

1168 i John Wesley^, b. 1833, r. Washington D. C. 

1169 ii Robert Robinson^, b. 1835, r. Baltimore, Md. 

1170 iii Samuel Benjamin^ b. 183G, r. Baltimore. 

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194 BEADBURY MEMORIAL. 

615 

William Simpson^ Bradbury (David^, SamueP, 
Janies^, William^, William^, Thomas^), married January 
28, 1826, Mary Hallowell Oliver. He died May 24, 
1862, at Ship Island. She is living in New Sharon. 
He was a farmer in New Sharon. 
Children : 

1171 i Francis*, b. New Sharon, July 24, 1827, r. California. 

1172 ii David Oliver*, b. Dec. 28, 1829 ; m. Mary Oliver Cush- 

man. 

1173 iii Benjamin F.«, b. April 4, 1832; m. Aug. 1854, Han- 

nah S. Hunt; d. Kentucky, 1863, s. p. 

1174 iv Emily J.*, b. Sej^t. 6, 1835, r. New Sharon, unmarried. 

1175 V Mary Jane*, b. Sept. 6, 1835; m. July 7, 1854, Alden 

B. Folsom of Newburyport. 

1176 vi George W.% b. Feb. 4, 1838 ; m. Augusta Jane Bump, 

r. Farmington. 

1177 vii Wyman O.*, b. April 11, 1841 ; d. Nov. 1, 1868, un- 

married. 

1178 viii Lyman O.*, b. April 11, 1841 ; d. Sept. 28, 1841. 

629 
James^ Bradbury (James^, Sanders^, James"*, Wil- 
liam^, William^, Thomas^), married January 14, 1835, 
Lois Ayer. He died December 5, 1837, in Quincy, 
Mass. 

Child : 

1179 i Ann Susan*, b. Jan. 14, 1836. 

631 
William Sanders^ Bradbury (James^, Sanders'^, 
James*, William^, William^, Thomas^), born in Hollis, 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 195 

N. H.; married October 18, 1824, Elizabeth Emerson, 
who was born in Hollis, N. H., July 29, 1800, and died in 
Lawrence, Mass., October 4, 1870. They lived in 
Westminster, Mass. 

Children : 
1179^ i Elizabeth Emerson^ b. Aug. 18, 1826; m. April 11, 
1848, Amos D. Nourse. 

1180 ii William Frothinghams, b. May 17, 1829; m. Margaret 

.Tones. 

1181 iii Edward Emerson^, b. Feb. 7, 1832 ; m. Sarah Jane Sykes. 

1182 iv Charles Fletcher^, b. April 10, 1836; d. Dec. 9, 1854. 

1183 V Esther Caroline^ b. June 24, 1839 ; r. San Francisco, Cal. 

1184 vi Charlotte Ann^, b. March 24, 1844 ; m. Aug. 23, 1864, 

Edward A. Eaton, r. Vallejo, Cal. 

632 

Charles^, Bradbury (James*^, Sanders^, James*, Wil- 

liam^ William^ Thomas^), married in 1827, Mary E. 

Worcester. He lived awhile in Nashua, N. H., and 

died in 1830, at Oxford, Conn. 

Child : 

1185 i Mary^, b. 1829 ; d. an infant in Nashua. 

634: 

Samuel Fox' Bradbury (James^, Sanders^, James*, 
William^, William^, Thomas^), married at Boston, June 
14, 1836, Mary Ann (Leathe) Brooks, who died Janu- 
ary 20, 1855. He died in New York, February 9, 1842. 
Children : 

1186 i Charles Brooks«, b. April 5, 1837 ; m. Emily H. Sykes. 

1187 ii Ellen«, b. July 6, 1839 ; d. at Cambridge, Mass., Feb. 23, 

1864. 



196 BBADBURY MEMORIAL. 

635 

JosiAH CoNANT^ Bradbury ( James^, Sanders^, James*, 
William^, William^, Thomas^), married November 27, 
1864, Almira Hemenway, who was born at Framing- 
ham, Mass., March 18, 1809. He resided at Charles- 
town, Mass. 

Children : 

1188 i Frances Almira», b. Sept. 27, 1835; m. Edwin A. 

Roulstone; d. Dec. 13, 1856. 

1189 ii James Dexter^, b. April 11, 1837 ; d. May 15, 1842. 

1190 iii Mary Catherine^ b. Feb. 21, 1839 ; m. at Boston, July 

16, 1859, John Weld. 

1191 iv James Fox', b. Oct. 21, 1842 ; m. Julia A. Frye. 

1192 V Charles Conant«, b. March 1, 1845. 

1193 vi Frank Dexter«, b. May 14, 1847. 

1194 vii Lucy*, b. Aug. 7, 1850; d. next day. 

1195 viii George Gardner^, b. Jan. 27, 1852; d. young. 

637 
Cornelius Sanders'^ Bradbury (Jacob^, Sanders'^, 
James^, William^, William^, Thomas^), married Novem- 
ber "Zl, 1821, Sallie Ann Spining, who was born in 
Newark, N. J., March 8, 1803. He lived in Cincinnati 
and East Walnut Hills, Ohio. His wife died at the 
latter place November 20, 1854, and he married second, 
July 18, 1856, Frances E. Marsh. 
Children : 

1196 i WilUam Edgai-«, b. Dec. 11, 1822 ; m. Sarah Hogan. 

1197 ii Julius Oscar^, b. June 9, 1824 ; m. Lavina Rothamer 

Moore. 

1198 iii Eliza Cornelia^, b. Dec. 8, 1825; m. Feb. 18, 1852, John 

Stuart of Harrison, Ohio. 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 197 

1199 iv Edward Augustus^, b. March 8, 1827 ; d. Portland, Ore- 

gon, Oct. 20, 1851. 
By second wife : 

1200 V Charles Marsh*, b. May 24, 1858. 



639 
Marcus Tullius Cicero^ Bradbury (Jacob^, San- 
ders^, James'', William^, William^, Thomas^), married 
July, 1835, Catherine Thoriie of Hartford, Yt. He 
settled in Jefferson county, la., and afterward moved 
to Rising Sun, la. 

Children : 

1201 i Cornelins Jasper«, b. July 1, 1838. i 

1202 ii James*, b. March 9, 1843. 

1203 iii Sarah CorneHa*, b. March 11, 1845. 

1204 iv Kate*, b. Nov. 11, 1848. 

1205 V Dauphine*, b. March, 1858. 



645 
William Lunt^ Bradbury (William^, Sanders^, 
James*, William^, William^, Thomas^), married April 
26, 1829, Sarah Martin, who died; and he married 
second, 1835, Maria Shipley Perkins, who was born in 
Mount Vernon, N. H., February 15, 1814, and was the 
daughter of Mark Dodge and Mahala (Jones) Perkins. 
He died in New York, November 10, 1850. 

Children : 

By second marriage : 

1206 i Irene Perkins*, b. New York, Jan. 9, 1839. 

1207 ii Mark Perkins*, b. Boston, 1843. 



198 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

1208 iii William Jones®, b. June 21, 1845; m. Emma Page 

Boynton. 

1209 iv Maria Lol^ise^ b. Oct. 22, 1847. 

1210 V Sarah Caroline^ b. Sept. 12, 1849; m. Justin Edwards 

Hill. 

Joseph Sanders^ Beadbury (William^ Sanders'^, 

James*, William^, William^, Thomas^), born in Milford, 

Mass., married May 27, 1838, at Newbury, Mass., Mary 

M. Lunt, who was born in Newbury, August 17, 1803, 

Children : 

1211 i Mary Elizabeth*, b. New York, Feb. 24, 1839 ; d. July 

25, following. 

1212 ii Margaret Elizabeth®, b. May 8, 1840; d. May 12, 1840. 

1213 iii Charles William®, b. Aug. 30, 1841. 

1214 iv Octavias, b. Amherst, N. H., May 15, 1843. 

1215 V Andrew Jackson®, b. Newburyport, May 8, 1845. 

1216 vi Joseph®, b. Brooklyn, N. Y., April 30, 1847; d. Oct. 

10, following. 

1217 vii Sanders®, b. Sept. 16, 1848 ; d. . 

1218 viii Jenny Lind®, b. Guyandotte, Va., Jan. 22, 1850. 

1219 ix Joseph S.®, b. Brimfield, 111., April 22, 1852; d. Feb. 

20, 1854. 

1220 X Benjamin Franklin®, b. July 7, 1853. 

1221 xi Sarah Jane®, b. March 24, 1855 ; d. Sept. 5, 1855. 

1222 xii George Richard®, b. July 23, 1856. 

GGG 
Nathaniel^ Bradbury ( James^, James^, Crisp*, Wil- 
liam^, William^, Thomas^), married March 10, 1833, 
Lucy Sawyer, who was born October 6, 1807. He 
died August 15, 1848. 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 19^ 

Children : 

1223 i Gibeon Elden», b. July 30, 1833. 

1224 ii Walter Cutts«, b. :N"ov. 27, 1834; d. 1854. 

1225 iii Daniel Owen^, b. May 26, 1836. 

668 
Edward Rumery^ Bradbury (Crisp^, James^, Crisp*, 
William^, William^, Thomas^), married in Boston, Sep- 
tember 29, 1851, Harriet Newell, daughter of Andrew 
and Betsey (Blaisdell) Noble, who was born in Alfred, 
Me., April 29, 1832. 

Children : 

1226 i Elizabeth Jane^, b. June 11, 1854; d. Jan. 16, 1872. 

1227 ii Frank Edward^, b. Dec. 25, 1860. 

1228 iii Hattie Paine«, b. March 21, 1863. 

674 
Albion^ Bradbury (Jacob^, Jacob^ Thomas*, Jacob^, 
William^, Thomas^), married January 10, 1856, Eliza- 
beth Wentworth. He lived in Limerick. 
Children : 

1229 i John Jacob«, b. Jan. 18, 1857. 

1230 ii George Dana^, b. Dec. 6, 1858. 

1231 iii Henry Sawtelle^ b. 31ay, 1865; d, July 29, 1867. 

677 
Charles Webster^ Bradbury (Thomas^, Jacob*, 
Thomas*, Jacob^, William^, Thomas^) married January 
16, 1838, Sarah Merrill, who was born at Sedgwick, 
Me., March 28, 1808. He resided at one time in Ames- 
bury, Mass. 



200 BBADBUBY MEMORIAL. 

Children : 
1232 i Harriet AmandaS b. Jan. 7, 1839. 
1238 ii Sarah Eliza^ b. Feb. 17, 1841. 

1234 iii Susan 3Iary% b. Dec. 27, 1842. 

1235 iv Hannah Joann^, b. June 4, 1844. 

1236 V John Thomas^, b. May 6, 1846; d. same day. 

1237 xi Emily MerrilP, b. March 3, 1848 ; m. 1868, Albert W. 

Todd, who was born at York, Me. 

679 
Horace James^ Bradbuey (Thomas^, Jacob^, Thomas*, 
JacoV, William^ Thomas^). marrieclJune 30, 1834, Har- 
riet Newell Ulrick, who Wt^s born in Portland, Me., No- 
vember 19, 1815, and died at Castine, April 12, 1849. 
He married second, December 30, 1849, Winifred Chase 
Mayo, who was born in Hallowell, October 6, 1821, and 
died in Saccarappa, May 31, 1854. He married third, 
April 10, 1855, Lucy Fenderson Sands, who was born in 
Buxton, July 19, 1821. He was a Universalist minister 
liyed in Westbrook, Hampden and elsewhere. 
Children : 

1238 i Harriet Amanda^, b. Portland, Me., June 4, 1835; d. 

Aug. 22, 1836, in New York. 

1239 ii Louis Philippes, b. Hermon, Me., Xoy. 28, 1837 ; d. 

Sept. 25, 1840. 

1240 iii Horace Webster^, b. Hampden, Dec. 26, 1839 ; d. Sept. 

23, 1840. 
Horace Roscoes, b. Aug. 2, 1841. 
Harriet Louisa^, b. Oct. 31, 1843 ; d. Xov. 7, 1845. 
John Ulrick^ b. Dec. 18, 1845. 
Franklin Rogers^, b. Aug. 26, 1847. 
By second wife : 
1245 yiii Charles Edwin*, b. Castine, June 2, 1850. 



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681 

Caleb^ Bradbury (Joseph^, Jacob^, Thomas*, Jacob^, 
William^, Thomas'), married at Cambridge, Mass., Oc- 
tober 23, 1827, Ahiiira E. Brown, who was born at 
Townshend, Vt., June 21, 1805. He was a glass-maker, 
and died in Cambridge, Mass., February 4, 1879. His 
wife died January 24, preceding. 

Children, born in Cambridge : 

1245^ i Elizabeth Almira^, b. Aug. 29, 1829; m. Jan. 8, 1850, 
Andrew Crane of Somerville, Mass. 

1246 ii Juliette^, b. Oct. 19, 1831 ; d. Nov. 27, 1833. 

1247 iii Caleb Brown^ b. April 9, 1835 ; m. Eliza Ann Fletcher. 

1248 iv Horace Denison^, b. Oct. 9, 1887; m, Betsey Ann 

Dustin. 

1249 V Julia Maria^ b. Oct. 21, 1840; m. Dr. William H. 

Carpenter. 

1250 vi Thomas Frederic^ b. Nov. 19, 1848; m. Hattie J. 

White of Boston. 

AsA^ Bradbury (Joseph^, Jacob^, Thomas*, Jacob^, 
William^ Thomas'), married October 21, 1835, Electa 
Harding, who was born in New York, October 19, 1816, 
He lived at Kygerville, Gallia county, Ohio. 
Children : 
Sarah Samantha^, b. Kygerville, O., April 26, 1836. 
Joseph Perry8, b. Feb. 22, 183P. 
Augusta^, b. Feb. 11, 1840; m. Sept. 16, 1857, Dr. 

James Johnson. 
William^, b. May 1, 1842. 
Frances Amandas, b. Sept. 26, 1844. 
Horace Reed^, b. Sept. 25, 1848. 
Mary Alice^, b. March 31, 1856. 



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685 
Joseph^ Beadbury (Joseph'', Jacob^, Thomas*, Jacob*, 
WilHam^, Thomas^), married January 11, 1829, Eliza 
Strong, who was born at Salem, Meigs county, Ohio, 
September 26, 1813. 

Children : 

1258 i Elizabeth^, b. June 4, 1829 ; d. May 1, 1830. 
1258^ ii Alonzo RusselP, b. Dec. 14, 1830. 

1259 iii Mary8, b. Feb. 16, 1832; m. April 13, 1852, Sylvanus 

Powell. 

1260 iv Amanda", b. Oct. 6, 1833; m. May 3, 1853, James M. 

Johnson. 

1261 V Louisa^ b. Feb. 24, 1835 ; d. Sept. 23, 1856. 

1262 vi Nancy LucindaS b. Feb. 28, 1837. 

1263 vii Elijah Strong", b. April 9, 1840. 

1264 viii Electa Pamelia", b. April 29, 1842. 

1265 ix Oliver LowelP, b. Aug. 10, 1845. 

1266 X Juliet Eliza", b. April 29, 1847. 

1267 xi Joseph Stevens", b. March 14, 1849. 



686 
Samuel^ Bradbury (Joseph^, Jacob^, Thomas*, Ja- 
cob^ William^, Thomas^), married May 23, 1837, Cla- 
rissa Hackett. He lived in Middleport, Meigs county, 
Ohio. 



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1268 i Helen*, b. Aug. 10, 1839. 

1269 ii Jane Elizabeth", b. May 14, 1843. 

1270 iii Caleb Willson«, b. Aug. 31, 1846; d. Oct. 28, 1848. 

1271 iv Charles Henry", b. June 5, 1850 ; d. March 1, 1851. 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 203 

690 
Moses Russell^ Bradbury (Joseph^, Jacob°, Thom- 
as^, Jacob^, William^, Thomas^), married Mary Harding. 
He died June 13, 1845. 



Children 



1272 i Custis«, b. Dec. 10, 1840. 

1273 ii Emma', b. July 2, 1844. 

691 
True^ Bradbury (SamueP, Moses^, Thomas*, Jacob^, 
William^, Thomas^), married August 28, 1808, Sally Na- 
son, who was born March 20, 1790. They lived in Lim- 
erick and moved thence to New Limerick, Aroostook 
county. Me., where their last two children were born ; 
she died June 17, 1844. He died January 7, 1856. 
Children : 
Aaron Nasons, b. Aug. 31, 1809. 

Moses^ b. Sept. 15, 1811 ; m. Olive Scamraon Emery. 
Cyrus Kings, |j_ g^p^ n, 1813; m. Sally Shields. 
SamueP, b. June 24, 1816; m. Juliann B. True. 
Thomas MerrilP, b. May 30, 1840 ; m. Catherine Dow. 
True«, b. Jan. 7, 1822 ; d. April 7, 1835. 
Benjamin Gilpatrick«, b. March 11, 1825 ; d. Nov. 29, 

1852. 
Joshua Putnams, b. May 25, 1827; d. May 25, 1856. 
John Quincy Adams^ b. Nov. 29, 1?29 ; d. Jan. 11, 
1856. 
1283 X Henry ClayS b. April 29, 1833. 

692 
Ebenezer Cleaves' Bradbury (SamueP, Moses**, 
Thomas*, Jacob'^, William^, Thomas^), married Decem- 



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ber 7, 1813, Clara Adams, who was born January 27, 
1791. 

Children : 

1284 i Hall Jackson^ b. Oct. 13, 1815. 

1285 ii Tryphosa Cleaves^, b. June 3, 1817. 

1286 iii Clement Adams«, b. March 18, 1819. 

1287 iv Christopher ColumbusS b. April 18, 1821. 

1288 V EbenezerS b. Feb. 28, 1823 ; d. . 

1289 vi Stephen Little Adams^ b. March 27, 1827. 

1290 vii Simon Adams*, b. March 10, 1829. 

1291 viii Charles Freeman^ b. July 25, 1832. 

1292 ix Daniel AVebster^ b. Aug. 18, 1835. 



698 
Christopher Columbus^ Bradbury (Samuel^, Mo- 
ses^, Thomas*, Jacob^ William^, Thomas^), married Feb- 
ruary 21, 1824, Mary Joselyn, who was born October 
15, 1789. He went to West Virginia and died there. 
He was born in Limerick, afterward lived in New 
Brunswick, and in Hodgdon, Me. 

Child : 
1293 i James Tylei-«, b. in Prince William, N. B., Jan. 19, 1826 ; 
m. Ann Judson, daughter of Rev. Royal C. Spaulding. 
He fitted for college at Houlton academy, and entered 
Waterville, from T\"hich he graduated in the class of 
1855. He \\^as an exemplary student and a good 
scholar. After graduating he was Principal of Wa- 
terville, and also of Vassalboro academy, and in 1859, 
he moved to West Virginia and became a teacher and 
then principal in the academy at West Liberty. Here 
he died of diphtheria, June 14, 1863. His widow and 
two sons returned to Houlton, Me. 



BRABBURY MEMORIAL. 205 

700 
Abner^ Bradbury (Jabez Page^ Thomas^, Thomas*, 
Jacob^, William^, Thomas^), married Eunice Hall, who 
was born in Augusta, January 16, 1796. Thej lived 
in Athens, Me. 

Children : 

1294 i William Harrison*, b. April 80, 1815 ; m. Julia Ann 

Staples. 

1295 ii Sarah Hilton^ b. April 29, 1817 ; ra. Philander Pierce, 

s. Wisconsin. > 

1296 iii Ziba HalP, b. Jan. 12, 1820 ; m. Lucy Lilly Blackman 

1297 iv Eunice Fletcher*, b. April 18, 1822, 

1298 V Benjamin Franklin*, b. Nov. 3, 1824; m. Clarissa Cal- 

phurnia Bowers. 

1299 vi Nancy Jane^ b. Aug. 14, 1825. 

1300 vii Lucy Maria*, b. Oct. 20, 1828. 

1301 viii Cyrus Stilson*, b. Aug. 2, 1829 ; m. Mary Althea Wil- 

lard. 

1302 ix Mary Eliza*, b. July 29, 1832. 

708 
Thomas^ Bradbury (DanieP, Thomas^, Thomas^ Ja- 
cob^, William^, Thomas^), married Dolly, daughter of 
Benjamin Morse of Rumford. His children were born 
in Byron and Canton, Me. Thomas Bradbury born 
February 18, 1791, moved from York county to Byron, 
and died in Canton, October 15, 1857. He was a far- 
mer. 

Children : 

1303 i Albion E.*, b. March 8, 1822. 

1304 ii Cynthia*, b. Sept. 2, 1825 ; d. April 29, 1857. 



206 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

1305 iii Charles Dana», b. Feb. 16, 1828 ; m. April 26, 1854, Me- 

^ lona Rosaltha, daughter of Hon. Thomas Chase of 
Buckfield. He is a physician and resides in Buckfield, 
Me. 

1306 iv Fannie*, b. Oct., 1830 ; m. March 19, 1850, Amos Child. 

711 
William^ Bradbury (DanieP, Thomas^, Thomas*, 
Jacob^, William^, Thomas^), married December 25, 
1823, Comfort Taylor, who was born in Belfast, Me., 
October 25, 1801. They lived in Athens and Byron, 
Me. 

Children : 

1307 i Mary Wingate', b. Sept. 7, 1824; m. Dec. 25, 1849, 

George Dana Austin. 

1308 ii Horatio Tayloi-«, b. Oct. 15, 1825 ; m. Ann Eliza ParUn. 

1309 iii Climena Burley«, b. June 12, 1827 ; m. Dec. 25, 1849. 

Danforth L. Harlow. 

1310 iv Hazen», b. July 25, 1828 ; m. Martha Thompson Ad- 

ams. 
William Grafton^, b. April 6, 1830. 
Albert Leviston«, b. July 31, 1832. 
Abigail Piper Tayloi-*, b. May 25, 1834 ; m. Lucien M. 

Blanchard. 
Heman Lincoln*, b. July 12, 1836. 
Comfort OUna*, b. April 20, 1839. 
John Quincy Adams", b. July 18, 1841. 
Margaret*, b. April 7, 1843. 

713 
SiMON^ Bradbury (DanieP, Thomas^, Thomas*, Ja- 
co¥, William^ Thomas^), married April 20, 1832, Han- 
nah Wood. Thev lived at Athens, Me. 



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Children : 
Mary», b. April 24, 1833. 
Henry«, b. April 24, 1835. 
Hannah^, b. Oct. 4, 1888. 
Sarah«, b. Oct. 17, 1841. 
Wingate«, b. Feb. 18, 1843. 



717 
Leonard^ Bradbury (DanieP, Thomas^, Thomas*, 
Jacob^ William^ Thomas^), married July 12, 1836, 
Fanny Hight; he resided in Athens, Me. 
Children : 

1323 i John Fairfield', b. June 1, 1841. 

1324 ii Alsena«, b. Nov. 25, 1843. 

721 
Thomas^ Bradbury (Thomas^, Thomas^, Thomas*, Ja- 
cob^, William^, Thomas^), married June 13, 1836, Eme- 
line, daughter of John Edgerly of Buxton. She died 
some years ago, and he survives and resides at West 
Buxton. 

Children : 

1325 i Thomas*, b. Buxton, March 31, 1844; m. Emma S. Fab- 

yan. 

1326 ii Charles Edwin^, b. May 31, 1847 ; unmarried. 

732 
John Eaton^ Bradbury (Benjamin^, Benjamin^, 

Thomas*, Jacob^, WilHam^, Thomas^), married . 

Children : 

1327 i William^ b. ; m. ; resides in Indiana. 

1328 ii James*, b. ; m. , and d. No issue. 



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Gideon AVitham^ Bradbury (Gibeon^, Benjamin^, 
Thomas*, Jacob^, William^, Thomas^), married Eliza^ 
Bradbury (769). 

Children : 

1329 i Gideon Aaron^, b. March 12, 1839. 

1330 ii Jacob Nathaniel*, b. April 13, 1841. 

1331 iii Emily Gray^ b. , 1843. 

1332 iv Morris^ b. , 1845. 

1333 V Theodore Fagan®, b. July 5, 1847. 

750 
Levi Hunt" Bradbury (Moses^, Benjamin^, Moses*, 
Jacob^ William^, Thomas^), married in Brown county, 
la., December 20, 1832, Mary A. Turner, who was born 
in Kentucky, October 25, 1813, and died March 21, 1488. 
He married second, November 16, 1848, Mary A. Krei- 
der, who was born in Pennsylvania, July 8, 1823, and 
died June 12, 1857. He married third, March 24, 
1858, Sarah A. Perry, who was born in Orleans county. 
New York, September 25, 1820. 

Children, born at Utica, N. Y., and St. Augustine, 111. 

1334 i James Monroe^, b. Feb. 28, 1836; m. Julia Ann Cray- 

bill. 
William Marshall**, b. Jan. 1, 1839. 
Nathan Andrew^, b. May 30, 1842. 
Benjamin Franklin^, b. Nov. 4, 1844. 
Jesse Turner^, b. March 5, 1845. 
By second marriage : 

1339 vi Mary Elizabeth^, b. Oct. 29, 1849. 

1340 vii Elden Walker^, b. April 30, 1851. 

1341 viii Thomas Orion*, b. May 14, 1853. 

1342 ix Civilion«, b. Oct. 12, 1855 ; d. May 8, 1856. 



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752 
Bexjamix" Bradbury (Moses^, Benjamin^, Moses*, 
Jacob^ William^ Thomas^), married March 12, 1840, 
in Knox county, 111., Mary Frinley, who was born in 
Wayne county. 111., March 31, 1817, and died April 27, 
1841. He married second, November 1, 1846, Hannah 
Arnold Stevens, who was born in Harrison county, Ind., 
March 9, 1826. 

Children : 

By second wife : 

1343 i James Joshua^ b. April 17, 1848, in Knox county, 111. 

1344 ii Levi Anthony^, b. April 7, 1850, in Fulton county, 111. 

760 
Thomas'^ Bradbury (Jacob^, Benianlin^ Thomas*, 
Jacob^, William^, Thomas^), married January 31, 1826, 
Pamelia or " Milly " Copeland, who was born October 
27, 1806. 

Children : 

1345 i WilUam Kinney^ b. Dec. 6, 1829 ; m. Melinda Jarritz. 

1346 ii CaroUne Patience^ b. Oct. 7, 1831 ; m. July 30, 1853, 

William Smith Ellsbery. 

1347 iii George Bragdon**, b. Jan. 4, 1833 ; m. Mary Jane 

Goolman. 

1348 iv Eliza Jane^ b. Jan. 23, 1835 ; m. Otto Jarritz. 

1349 V Thomas Copeland^ b. May 31, 1837. 

1350 vi Ann Maria», b. April 18, 1839 ; m. May 10, 1870, Henry 

Rollins. 

1351 vii Lucinda Arvilla«, b. Jan. 27, 1842; m. Sept. 3, 1867, 

Jesse D, Hitchcock, r. Carthage, Mo. 

1352 viii Horace AlphonzoS b. Oct. 12, 1844. 

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761 

Lemuel^ Bradbury (Jacob^, Benjamin^, Thomas*, 
Jacob^, William^, Thomas^), born April 18, 1805, mar- 
ried Lydia Troy, 7iee Repsher. He moved from Ohio to 
Morgan county, 111., and from thence to Pike county, 
111., and finally to Pike county. Mo., where he died 
February 20, 1877. His wife was born July 7, 1799, 
in New Jersey, and died August 14, 1875, in Missouri. 

Children : 

1353 i Harriet^, b. Nov. 14, 1828 ; m. 1843, James T. Lynthi- 

cum. 
13.54 ii Eleanoi-^, b. Nov. 25, 1830 ; m. 1854, Samuel Kaylor. 

1355 iii George^ b. Nov. 23, 1832; m. Ann E. Mummey; d. in 

Missouri, 1882. 

1356 iv Nathan^ b. Dec. 18, 1834; m. Frances Lindsay, r. 

Kansas. 

1357 V Anson8, b. April 22, 1837 ; m. Feb. 15, 1865, Mary M. 

Tedrow. He lives in Pike county, Mo., and has four 
children. 

1358 vi Thomas^ b. Aug. 10, 1839; m. Mary Derry. He was 

killed at the battle of Murfreesboro, Jan. 6, 1863. 

1359 vii Charles^, b. Sept. 2, 1842 ; m. Jan., 1866, Elmira Balon. 

He resides in Kansas. 



765 
Nathaist Boulter^ Bradbury (Jacob^, Benjamin^, 
Thomas^ Jacob^ William", Thomas^), married 1838, 
Dorcas Bogges, who died in 1843. He married second, 
1853, Carthena'^ Bradbury, who was born October 26, 
1823. 



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Children : 

Melissa«, b. 1839 ; d. 1841. 
Lucettas, b. 1840; d. 1842. 
William Wallace^, b. 1841. 
Robert Bruce^, b. 1842; d. 1843. 
By second wife : 

1364 V Alice«, b. 1854. 

1365 vi Edwin Rnthven«, b. 1856. 

1366 vii Bruce«, b. 1858. 

767 
Samuel^ Bradbuey (Jacob^, Benjamin^, Thomas*. Ja- 
cob^, William^, Thomas^), married in 1836, Julia Ann 
Merris Oliver. He resides in Canon City, Col. He is 
a man of respectability and highly esteemed in the 
city of his adoption. 

Children : 

1367 i Thoraag8, b. March 10, 1838; d. 1846. 

1368 ii James Marion^, b. Nov. 27, 1839 ; ra. Oct. 5, 1871, An- 

nie E. Hill. He graduated at the St. Louis Medical 
College, March 18, 1869, and is in practice in Canon 
City. No issue. 

1369 iii Stanton Merris*, b. April 20, 1843 ; m. Mary Williams. 

He is by profession a dentist. 

1370 iv Charles Monroe', b. Aug. 23, 1846; m. Rachel Whar- 

ton. He is by occupation a carpenter. 

1371 V Daniel Albert', b. May 2, 1849 ; m. Grace Okey. He is 

an architect and builder. 

770 
Jacob Gary^ Bradbury (Jacob^ Benjamin^ Thomas*, 
Jacob^, William^, Thomas^), married in 1843, Susan 
Gould. 



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Children : 

James^ b. 1844; d. same year. 

Vincent Gray^, b. Nov. 26, 1846. 

Chal•les^ b. Jan. 10, 1848. 

MarshalP, b. Feb. 12, 1862. 

EnolaS b. Aug. 8, 1865. 

Nettie^, b. March 13, 1870. 
1377 rt vii Laura^, b. May 4, 1871. 
1377 b viii Alta^, b. Feb. 11, 1873. 
1377 c ix Jennie^, b. May 24, 1875. 
1377 d X Jay«, b. Nov. 8, 1877. 

1377 e xi Connie^ b. Dec. 18, 1880. 

771 
JoTHAM Bragdon' Bradbury (Jacob*^, Benjamin^, 
Tholnas^ Jacob^ William^, Thomas^), married in 1846, 
Maliala Jane Hobbs. 

Children : 

1378 i Cornelia Elizabeth^ b. , 1847. 

1379 ii Sylvester Hoyt», b. 1850; d. 1853. 

1380 iii Marion Henry^, b. , 1854. 

13il iv Lillian^, b. , 1856. 

1382 V Ernest Carpenter^, b. , 1858. 

1383 vi Nicholas S.«, b. July 24, 1863. 

775 

Charles Ellison^ Bradbury (Thomas^, Benjamin'^, 

Thomas*, Jacob^ William^, Thomas^), married March 9, 

1842, Margaret Beard. He resides in Richmond, Ind. 

Child: 

1384 i Mary Katherine«, b. Feb. 10, 1844. 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 213 

777 
Zenas George Washington^ Bradbuey (Thomas*', 
Benjamin^, Thomas*, Jacob^, WilHam^, Thomas^), mar- 
ried March 9, 1844, Evelme Beard. He resides in 
Illinois. 

Children : 

1385 i Emily Eliza*, b. March 29, 1846. 

1386 ii Missouri^, b. April 21, 1848. 

1387 iii WilHamS, b. Aug. 1, 1850. 

1388 iv Virginia^ b. March 2, 1853. 

778 
Benjamin Franklin^ Bradbury '(Thomas^, Benja- 
min^, Thomas*, Jacob^, William^, Thomas^), married 
September 9, 1847, Maria Jane Colvin. 
Children : 

1389 i Thomas Elden*, b. Oct. 14, 1849. 

1390 ii Rebecca Irene*, b. Aug. 2, 1854. 

786 
John Warren" Bradbury (Nathan^, Benjamin^, 
Thomas*, Jacob^, Willianr, Thomas^), married Mary 
Jane Elliot. 

Children : 

1391 i Heber«, b. , 1854. 

1392 ii Franklin*, b. , 1856. 

797 
Jacob^ Bradbury (Moses^, Jacob^, Jacob*, Jacob^, 
William^, Thomas^), married January 11, 1819, Sally^ 
Bradbury, who was born December 17, 1791, and died 



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October 21, 1844. For second wife he married in June, 
1845, Sally Merrill, who died November 22, 1856. He 
died in Buxton, June 2, 1865. 

Children : 
139.3 i Moses William', b. April 8, 1820; m. Catherine Pom- 

roy Wentworth. 
1393^ ii Mary Crockett^, b. April 26, 1822. 

1394 iii Jacob«, b. Aijril 21, 1824 ; m. Sarah McCann. 

1395 iv Julia Ann^, b. April 21, 1827 ; d. Sept. 22 following. 
1896 V Harriet*, b. April 5, 1882 ; d. Jan. 20, 1849. 

By second wife : 

1397 vi James Henry*, b. Oct. 12, 1849. 

1398 vii Samuel Coiydon*, b. April 4, 1852 ; d. Sept. 26, 1854. 

SOI 
John Garland' Bradbury (Moses^ Jacob^ Jacob*, 
Jacob^, William^, Thomas^), married September 18, 
1823, Mary Emery, who was born December 11, 1805. 

Children : 
1899 i Almira«, b. Jan. 27, 1824 ; m. June 4, 1845, John Nelson 
Shaw. 

1400 ii Hiram Woodman*, b. July 12, 1826. 

1401 iii Thomas Emery , b. Aug. 30, 1830 ; m. Angelette Elwell. 

1402 iv Charles B.*, April 24, 1834; m. Caroline Eliza Peabody. 

1403 V Mary*, b. April 5, 1840. 

803 
Moses Garland^ Bradbury (Moses^ Jacob^, Jacob*, 
Jacob^, WiUiam^, Thomas^), married Eliza Hemphill of 
Rome, Ga., and second Mary Ann Cunningham. 
Children : 

1404 i William*, b. . 

1405 ii Isabel*, b. . 



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SOS 
Chaeles Coffin^ Beadbury (Moses^, Jacob^, Jacob*, 
Jacob^ William^ Thomas^), married Mary M. Hall. He 
died in Fairfield, Me., December 8, 1855. 
Children : 

1406 i Martial b. , 1846. 

1407 ii George', b. , 1848. 

1408 iii Charles^ b. , 1850. 

1409 iv Charlotte^, b. , 1852. 

816 
Albeet Gallatin Goodwin' Beadbuey (Simeon 
Goodwin^, Jacob^, Jacob*, Jacob^, William^, Thomas^), 
married Clarissa Warren. 

Children : 
Adeline Knijzht*, b. Jan. 2, 1830. 
Sarah Jane Goodwin^, b. July 16, 1831; m. Feb. 13, 

1862, David W. Legallee. 
Henry Augustus^ b. Dec. 31, 1832 ; d. Aug. 28, 1833. 
Charles Henry^, b. Sept. 16, 1834. 
Georgiana«, AjDril 5, 1836; d. Dec. 13, 1836. 
Franklin^, b. April, 1838. 
Mary Ellen^ b. April, 1840. 
Georgianna^ b. May 2, 1841. 
Frank Madison^, b. Aug. 4, 1846. 

818 
LoEENzo^ Beadbuey (Simeon Goodwin^, Jacob^, Ja- 
cob^ Jacob^, William^, Thomas^), married June 16, 
1836, Anna Shackford, who was born April 22, 1816. 
He resides in Gorliam, Me. 



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Children : 

1419 i Franklins, b. June 25, 1837 ; d. Feb. 16, 1842. 

1420 ii Isabella Sands^, b. June 12, 1839. 

1421 iii Sarah\ b. June 12, 1839. 

821 
John Adams^ Beadbuky (Simeon Goodwin^, Jacob**, 
Jacobs Jacob^, William^, Thomas^), married in 1838, 
Amanda Dearborn, who was born in Clinton in 1816, 
and died in Fairfield, July 5, 1851. He still resides in 
Fairfield, and is a lumberman. 
Children : 

1422 i Edwin8, b. May 21, 1839 ; m. Sept. 6, 1866, Phebe A. 

Emery, who died March 25, 1874, and he married 
second, Ida M. Gibson, March 12, 1876. 

1423 ii Augustus^ b. Feb. 3, 1841 ; m. Jan. 9, 1866, Lizzie A., 

daughter of Harrison and Mary Gift'ord, who died 
May 24, 1869. He married second, Dec. 9, 1875, 
E. Florence, daughter of John and Achsa J. Cragin 
of Embden. He resides at Fairfield. He served as 
sergeant in the Seventh Maine battery in the late war. 

1425 iii Addie^ b. March 29, 1843 ; d. March 6, 1864. 

1426 iv Russell S.^ b. Nov. 29, 1848; ra. May 26, 1875, Clara 

M. Sturgis. 

HoEATio Nelson^ Bradbuey (Jabez^, Jabez^, Jacob^ 
Jacob^, William^, Thomas^), married December 27, 
1843, Lydia C. Hutchinson, who was born May 26, 
1842. 

Children : 

1427 i Robert Page^ b. April 27, 1845. 

1428 ii Anna Elizabeth^, b. Dec. 28, 1846 ; d. Sept. 29, 1853. 



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1429 iii Joseph Henr/, b. Oct. 11, 1848. 

1430 iv Horatio Nelson^, b. Feb. 14, 1851. 

1431 V Lydia HelenS b. March 8, 1853. 

860 
Elijah' Bkadbury (Elijah^ Elijah^, JacobS Jacob^ 
William^ Thomas^), married November 30, 1842, Car- 
oline Day. 

Children : 

1432 i Helen L.», b. Chfton, Sept. 5, 1843; m. Edward J. 

Penney; d. June 18, 1882. 

1433 ii George E.^ b. July 6, 1845. Killed in the battle of 

Spottsylvania Court House, May 12, 1864. 

1434 iii Marions, b. April 4, 1847. 

1435 iv Mary A.^ b. Nov. 29, 1848 ; m. Nov. 27, 1876, Horace 

A. Wilder. 

1436 V Susan M.\ b. Nov. 20, 1850 ; m. June 28, 1870, Wil- 

liam E. Lawn. 

1437 vi Elijah G.^ b. Dec. 9, 1861. 

1438 vii Georgianua«, b. May 6, 1864; d. June 20, 1866. 

861 
Moses Howaeu' Bradbury (Elijah^, Elijah*^, Jacob*, 
Jacob^, William^, Thomas^), married October 1, 1840, 
Eliza Ann Colby, who was born October 27, 1821. He 
lived in Denmark, Me. 

Children : 

1439 i Ahban Frank^ b. Denmark, June 8, 1842; m. first, 

Sarah Frances Jordan, and second, Linda Witham. 

1440 ii Carrie Matilda^ b. Feb. 15, 1845 ; m. Jones B. Holt. 

1441 iii Leonard Alonzo\ b. Jan. 2, 1849 ; m. Eliza AYentworth. 

1442 iv Sarah Gleason®, b. ; m. Edgar Watson. 

1443 V Ella^ b. ; m. Charles F. Howard. 

1444 vi Flora MabeP, b. Feb. 18, 1863 ; m. Foster Pingree. 



218 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

868 

Joseph Howaed^ Bradbuey (Elijah^, Elijah^, Jacob*, 
Jacob^, William^, Thomas^), married in 1850, Susan B. 
Walton. 

Children : 

1445 i Charles^, b. Denmark, Aug. 1, 1851. 

1446 ii Emma E.^ b. Oct. 16, 1854; d. Oct. 2, 1870. 

878 
Jabez^ Beadbuet (Isaac'', Elijah^, Jacob*, Jacob', 
William^, Thomas*), married . 

Child: 

1447 i Clarissa E.^ b. April 9, 1845. 

88S 
James^ Beadbuey (John'', Joseph^, Jacob*, Jacob^, 
William^, Thomas*), married June, 1820, Pamelia 
Woodman. 

Child : 

1448 i Isaac W.^, b. Sept. 14, 1821 ; m. Harriet Gray. 

887 

Joseph' Bbadbuey (John^, Joseph^, Jacob*, Jacob^, 

William^, Thomas*), married first, August 14, 1828, 

EHza Goodwin, and there was no issue. He married 

second, September 9, 1837,, Sally Pennell. 

Children : 

1449 i John Francis^, b. Sept. 20, 1842 ; d. young. 

1450 ii ElizaS, b. Aug. 22, 1844; d. June 17, 1851. 

1451 iii Adelia^ b. April 29, 1847 ; d. July 3, 1848. 

1452 iv John Francis*, b. Sept. 20, 1849. 

1453 V Lydia Ellen^ b. Feb. 23, 1853. 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 219 

900 
John Bacon' Bradbuey (Benjamin^, Joseph^, Jacob*, 
Jacob^, William^, Thomas^), married August 11, 1842, 
Louisa Wentwortli Hill, who was born January 29, 
1820. 

Children : 
1454 i Lewis Henly^ b. June '2, 1843. 
1465 ii Benjamin Franklin^, b. April 26, 1847. 
1456 iii George Edwin', b. Aug. 4, 1849. 



901 
Granville Mellen^ Bradbury (Benjamin^, Joseph^, 
Jacobs Jacob^, William^, Thomas'), married Louisa 
Partridge, who was born May 16, 1834. 

Child : 
1457 i Charles Henry*, b. Nov. 10, 1857. 



903 
Charles Adams^ Bradbury (Joseph^, Benjamin^, 
Moses*, Jacob^, William^, Thomas^), married February 
28, 1812, Mary S. True. His children were born in 
Norway. 

Children : 

1458 i Winthrop True", b. March 9, 1815; m. Sept. 15, 1836, 

Judith P. Haskell. He died Nov. 3, 1864. 

1459 ii Mary Oakes', b. Dec. 20, 1817 ; m. May 20, 1837, Israel 

True. She died Sept. 5, 1845. 

1460 iii Lydia Jane», b. Dec. 7, 1830 ; d. Sept. 3, 1838. 



220 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

908 

Jacob^ Bradbury (Joseph*^, Benjamin^, Moses*, Ja- 
cob^, William^, Thomas^), married Sally King Ripley of 
Paris. He lived in Norway, Me., and died there Au- 
gust 2, 1880. 

Children : 
1461 i Sabina E.\ b. Dec. 15, 1822 ; m. Feb. 27, 1846, Wil- 

liam P. Stevens.* 
1461a ii Matilda A.8, b. Sept. 15, 1824; m. Nov. 25, 1847, 

William A. Marston. 
1461 b iii Nathan Osgood^ b. Oct. 4, 1826 ; d. Dee. 25, 1828. 
1461 c iv Osgood Nathan^ b. Oct. 28, 1828 ; m. Ellen R. Scrib- 

ner. He is a physician at Norway. 
1461 d V Henry Ambrose MerrilP, b. Aug. 20, 1830 ; m. Feb. 

8, 1855, Persis Ripley. 
1461 e vi Harriet N.«, b. July 12, 1832; m. March 4, 1853, 

William K. Ripley. 
1461/ vii Sarah A.^ b. Oct. 28, 1834; m. March 26, 1854, Al- 
den Woodbury. 
Euphena^ b. March 10, 1837. 
Jacob F.^ b. June 10, 1839. 
Nellie F.^ b. Aug. 20, 1841. 
James Gordon Bennett^ b. Jan. 22, 1846. 
Ida E.^ b. Sept. 12, 1846. 

909 
Nathan Adams^ Bradbury (Joseph^ Benjamin^, 
Moses*, Jacob^, William^, Thomas^), married October 15, 
1827, Elizabeth Millett of Norway. He was the first 
settled physician in Woodstock, Me., and from there 
he moved to Sweden, Me., where he died April 18, 
1878. 

*They were the parents of W. H. Stevens, of the firm of Stevens & 
Jones, book-sellers of Portland. 



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Children : 

1463 i Angerone Emeline", b. Sweden, April 5, 1830 ; m. Dec. 

9, 1847, George A. Holden of Sweden, She died 
Feb. 16, 1881. 

1464 ii Elizabeth Millett^b, Aug. 10, 1831 ; m. June 19, Luther 

P. Babb, M. D. They settled in Eastport. Mrs. Babb 
also graduated in medicine, and engaged in practice. 
They had children : 

1 Cora Millett (Babb), b. June 3, 1856, graduated 

at Philadelphia Medical College, married 
Daniel W. Holden of Florida, and resides there. 

2 Grace Lee (Babb), b. Feb. 23, 1860, graduated at 

the Philadelphia School of Pharmacy, married 
Griffith C. Abbot, m. d., of Philadelphia, and 
resides there. 

1465 iii Xathan Clinton^ b. Feb. 23, 1834 ; d. of scarlet fever 

results, Oct. 15, 1849. 

910 
Moses ' Bradbury (Joseph^, Benjamin^, Moses*, Ja- 
cob^, William^, Thomas^), married December 11, 1825, 
Hannah Knight. He lived in Greenwood, Me. 
Children : 

1466 i Erastus Grosvenor^ b. June 23, 1826 ; d. April 30, 1881, 

at Diamond Springs, Cal. 

1467 ii Joseph Augustus^ b. May 28, 1829; m. Sarah J. Mixer. 

1468 iii Daniel Osborne^ b. May 10, 1833; m. Mary Jane Mc- 

Kellips, r. Watertown, Wis. 

1469 iv Moses Warren^ b. March 2, 1834; m. Elizabeth Jane 

Jordan, r. Hastings, Minn. 

1470 V Roscoe Emery*, b. July 23, 1843 ; m. Clara Hortense 

Bonney ; no issue. 

1471 vi Eugene Lafayette^ b. Oct. 25, 1845; m. Sadie E. Ev- 

ans, r. Portage City, Wis. 

1472 vii Agnes Francette^, b. Oct. 25, 1845; m. Andrew J. 

Jackson, r. Ionia, Mich. 



222 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

911 

Nathaniel M."^ Bradbury* (Joseph*^, Benjamin^, Mo- 
ses'', Jacob^, William^, Thomas^), married October 27, 
1831, Julia A. Foster, who was born in Livermore, Feb- 
ruary 7, 1811. He died May 8, 1859. His children 
were born in Livermore. 

Children : 

1473 i Henry NewelP, b. Dec. 3, 1832; m. Harriet Mann of 

Lowell, Mass. 

1474 ii Edwin Franklin^ b. Feb. 17, 1834; m. at Mechanic 

Falls, 1860, Susanna H. Gilbert. 

1475 iii Frances Emily^ b. Aug. 17, 1885; ra. Gancelo Cram. 

1476 iv Kowena Jane^ b. May 24, 1837; m. May 31, 1856, 

George F. Raymond. 

1477 V Emery Weston^, b. June 1, 1839; m. Mary Bolter; d. 

March 31, 1883. 

1478 vi George Oscar^ b. March 21, 1841 ; d. unmarried, Oct. 

4, 1867. 

1479 vii Julia Estelle«, b. Feb. 5, 1850 ; m. Sept. 5, 1867, Ben- 

jamin F. Keene ; d. June 20, 1870. 

911^ 
Hersey^ Bradbury (Benjamin^, Benjamin^, Moses'', 
Jacob^, "William^, Thomas^), married December 2, 1830, 
Mary Ann Harlow. He died August 23, 1860. 
Child : 

1480 i Julia AmA b. May 12, 1833 ; d. Aug. 21, 1885. 

*When a young man, while he was felling trees in Norway, a tree which 
he had cut fell upon another. He climbed up to dislodge it, when the 
tree came down and caught Millett by his head between this and another 
tree, and he was suspended in mid-air until relieved by his brother. He 
was senseless for sometime, and it was found that his skull was badly 
fractured. He lived many years and reared a family, but he never fully- 
recovered, and finally died from the effects of the injury. 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 223 

Moses BJ Bradbury (Benjamin'^, Benjamin^, Hoses'*, 
Jacob^j William^, Thomas^), married June 6, 1833, 
Sarah F. Briggs. He died August 8, 1888. 

Children : 

1481 i Amanda K.^ b. Nov. 20, 183.3 ; d. Dec. 2, 1854. 

1482 ii Horace A.\ b. Sept. 30, 1839. 



9111 
Bej^jamin" Bradbury (Benjamin^, Benjamin^ Mo- 
ses^, Jacob^, William^, Thomas^), married December 30, 
1841, Betsey D. Pettengill, who died November 25, 
1886. He died November 4, 1869. 

Children : 
1483 i Ann Susan^ b. Oct. 12, 1842; m. Nov. 28, 1864, Royal 
M. Mason. They have : Everest Franklin (Mason), b. 
Aug. 25, 1865; Eugene (Mason), b. April 16,1868; 
d. May 20 following; and Annie Evelyn (Mason), b. 
-Feb. 20, 1873. 



912 
Samuel Gurney^ Bradbury (SamueP, Benjamin^ 
Moses*, Jacob'^, William^, Thomas^), resided in Minot, 
and was a farmer. He married November 17, 1825, 
Hannah Pettengill, who was born in Bridgewater, Mass., 
April 13, 1799. He died Sept 10, 1868, and his wife 
died December 21, 1863. For second wife he married 
Asenath . 



224 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

Children : 

1484 i Heman P.*, b. Sept. 5, 1826 ; m. Vesta A. Pratt ; d. Nov. 

11, 1880. 

1485 ii Elizabeth A.*, b. Feb. 10, 1830. She resides in Auburn. 

1486 iii Josiah C.^, b. Nov. 13, 1832 ; d. March 2, 1835. 

1487 iv Josiah C.^ b. July 19, 1835 ; ni. Sept. 5, 1858, Mary M. 

Dillingham. He died April 6, 1889. 

1488 V Mary W.«, b. Aug. 15, 1837 ; m. Dec. 16, 1854, A. Sid- 

ney Phillips. 

1489 vi Samuel J.^ b. Feb. 3, 1845; m. first, Nov. 27, 1867, 

Susan F. Stockraan; second, 1884, Eva M. Noyes. 

915 
Ammi Ruhamah^ Bradbury (SamueP, Benjamin^, 
Moses*, Jacob^, William", Thomas^), graduated from 
Bowdoin College in the class of 1837. Among his 
classmates were the late Governor Andrew of Massachu- 
setts, Dr. Fordjce Barker of New York, Rufus K. 
Sewall of Wiscasset, and Dr. Thomas F. Perley of 
Bridgton. After graduating he entered the Theologi- 
cal Seminary at Bangor, but did not complete his 
course. He was two years a teacher at the seminary 
in Parsonsfield, then went to Yale Theological school, 
where he graduated and remained a year after. He 
then went to Smithfield, R. I., and was associate prin- 
cipal of the seminary there for four years. In 1849 
he preached at Springvale, Sanford and North Berwick, 
and then became pastor of the Freewill Baptist church 
at Portsmouth, N. H., where he remained four years. 
He then became principal of Strafford, N. H., seminary, 
and was subsequently pastor of a church in Biddeford. 



BBABBURY MEMORIAL. 225 

He also preached in Bangor and elsewhere in Maine 
and in Massachusetts. In 1861 he was invited to ac- 
cept the pastorate of a church in Providence, R. I., 
and soon after removed to that city where he has since 
lived. He has been a member of the Board of Mis- 
sions and the Education Society, and being among the 
first of his denomination to receive a liberal education, 
he has held many prominent positions. He has pub- 
lished sermons, composed hymns for special occasions 
and for the press. He was corresponding editor of a 
denominational paper for seven years, and wrote a 
sermon and two hymns for each number, three hundred 
and fifty sermons and seven hundred hymns. He has 
also written odes and many short poems on scriptural 
subjects. He married February 20, 1844, Miss Caro- 
line Livermore, daughter of Rev. Mr. Johnson of Far- 
mington, and afterward at the head of the Smithfield, 
R. I., seminary. She was born March 16, 1814. 

Children : 

1490 i William Amini^ b. Nov. 3, 1847; graduated from 

Brown University, 1870, and died two years after. 

1491 ii Abbie Jennie', b. North Berwick, Nov. 30, 1849. 

1492 iii Frederick Whitten^, b. Oct. 8, 1851 ; he was three 

years in college, and is a physician in Auburn, R. I. 
He married first, Celeste Hopkins who died, and 
second, Clara M. Brown. 

1493 iv Sam Johnson^, b. Portsmouth, N. H., Dec. 5, 1858. He 

was three years in Brown University, studied medi- 
cine and is in practice in New York City. 
15 



226 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

927 

Royal 3 J Bradbury (Jcacob^, Benjamin^, Moses*, 

Jacob^ William^ Thomas^), married July 13, 1837, 

Jane L. Parker, who was born in Greene, Me., May 25, 

1816. He resides in Auburn, Me. 

Child: 

1495 i Louisa Maria^ b. Oct. 9, 1838. She married fii-st, Horace 

Randall, who died Oct. 28, 1861, and second, Alonzo 
F. Morrill. They have : 

1 Ida E. (Morrill), b. Jan. 27, 1864; m. Charles F. 

Curtis. 

2 Frank E. (Morrill), b. Feb. 23, 1866; m. Linda 

A. Morrill. 

3 Angle B. (Morrill), b. Aug. 2. 1869 ; m. P. C. 

Record. 

934 
Cyrus^ Bradbury (Charles^ Moses^, Moses*, Jacob^, 
William^ Thomas'), married April 20, 1836, Deborah 
Bunker, who was born January 24, 1809. 
Children, born in Anson, Me.: 

1496 i Cyrus«, b. April 21, 1839 ; d. Oct. 4, 1857. 

1497 ii John8, |j_ j^j^y 25, 1840. 

1498 iii Charies^, b. Sept. 23, 1841. 

1499 iv Moses*, b. May 14, 1846 ; d. Aug. 21, 1869. 

1500 V Sylvia', b. July 31, 1847. 

1501 vi Eben M.\ b. Oct. 10, 1850 ; d. Aug. 8, 1871. 

936 
MosES^ Bradbury (Charles^, Moses^, Moses*, Jacob ^, 
William^, Thomas^), married in 1841, Abigail, daughter 
of Capt. Benjamin and Deborah (Luce) Manter of In- 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 22 T 

dustry, Me. She died November 1, 1846, and he mar- 
ried second, Mrs. Anna AYest (Manter) Luce. They 
were divorced shortly before her death, which occurred 
December 19, 1860. He married third, November 11, 
1862, Clementine 0., daughter of Simeon and Anna 
(Hutchins) Fish of Stark. He died in Stark, Me., 
March 5, 1885. There was no issue by either marriage. 
Mr. Bradbury was a man of marked ability. He was 
a trader and farmer in Industry, and often held town 
office. He also resided at times in Cornville and Anson., 

Nathaniel Millett^ Bradbury (Nathaniel^ Moses^, 
Moses*, Jacob^, William^, Thomas^), married November 
2, 1843, Elizabeth Briggs. He died November 7, 1853. 
She was recently living in Garland, Me. 

Children : 

1502 i John Lewis«, b. A\\^. 6, 1844. 

1503 ii Helen Louisa^, b. Dec, 1851. 

959 
Samuel I.^ Bradbury (SamueP, SamueP, Moses*, 
Jacob^, WilUam^ Thomas^), married November 8, 1828, 
Mary A., daughter of Luther and Charlotte Spaulding, 
who was born at Marcy, Oneida county. New York. 

Children : 

1504 i Frances MaryS b. Sept. 24, 1852. 

1505 ii Henry De Witt^, b. Jan. 10, 1854. 

1506 iii Samuel H.*, b. May 3, 1858. 



228 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

NINTH GENERATION. 

9S9 
Thomas Condon^ Bradbuey (George Lowther^, 
John^, Jacob^, Wymoiid*, Wymond^, Wymond^, Thom- 
as^), married June 3, 1854, Sarah Sawyer, who was 
born November, 1834. 

Children : 

1507 i George Lowther^, b. Aug. 4, 1856. 

1508 ii Charles Whitney^ b. June 21, 1859 



1018 
Henry Westbrook^ Bradbury (James Ware^, 
James^, Cotton^, John'', Wymond^, Wymond^, Thomas^), 
was long in business in Augusta, and was a very suc- 
cessful merchant. He was also engaged in business 
more or less in other places, both in Maine and in the 
South. He was a man of strict integrity and highly 
esteemed by his associates, and also in the community 
where he was born and reared. His death in middle 
life was greatly deplored. He died January 10, 1884. 
He married May 16, 1879, Louisa H., daughter of Dr. 
Thomas Hutson Gregorie of South Carolina, an accom- 
plished lady who survives him, and resides at the Brad- 
bury homestead in Augusta. 

Children : 

1509 i Eliza Louisa^, b. May 25, 1880. 

1510 ii Alice Gregorie^, b. Dec. 16, 1883 ; d. April 2, 1885. 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL 229 

1040 

Hannah Elizabeti^^ Bradbuky (Benjamin Burbank^, 
John^, John^, John*, WynioncP, Wymonc?, Thomas^), 
born in Chesterville, Me., March 16, 1827, received her 
education in the common schools and at Farmington 
academy. She early developed a talent for composi- 
tion, and has a well established reputation as an au- 
thoress in both prose and poetry. Her father, Benja- 
min B. Bradbury, moved from Chesterville to Newport, 
and thence to Bangor, and here under her initials Miss 
Bradbury wrote numerous short stories and poems, 
which were very popular and had a wide circulation. 
Her later productions, such as " Dr. Howell's Famil}^," 
"One Among Many," "Our Party of Four," and 
" Christine's Fortune," have greatly widened her repu- 
tation. To the " Poets of Maine," published in 1888, 
she contributed "Lake Lucerne," "A Winter Sunset," 
"Only Ferns," and " A Child's Dream." These four 
short poems are gems, and among the best in the col- 
lection, but the author is best known to the literary 
world as a writer of fiction. She married July 17, 
1859, Mr. George C. Goodwin of Charlestown, Mass. 
They now reside in Boston. 

1041 
Benjamin Franklin^ Bradbury (Benjamin Burbank", 
John^, John^, John*, Wymond^, Wymond^, Thomas^), 
married March 31, 185G, iinna M. Pierce, who died at 
Bangor, July 28, 1863. He married second, at Charles- 
town, Mass., Sarah Horton Woodman, in 1864. Mr. 



230 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

Bradbury is a druggist at number 443 Washington 
street, Boston. 

Children : 

1511 i Samuel Pierce^ b. Bangor, Sept. 7, 1857 ; d. Sept. 10, 

1858. 

1512 ii William Benjamin^ b. Oct. 18, 1859 ; m. July 30, 1883, 

Bertha Jane Pittsinger, who was born at Keene, 
N. H., May 9, 1859. They have had: Edward 
Benjamini°, b. Keene, N. H., July 18, 1884; d. 
same day ; WilUam Pittsinger^", b. New York City, 
Nov. 19, 1885, and Annie Congdon^o, b. Mt. Ver- 
non, N. y., Jan. 9, 1887 ; d. Dec. 15, 1889. 

1513 iii Anna Pierce^ b. May 15, 1863; d. at Barre, Mass., 

June 25, 1871. 
By second wife : 

1514 iv Woodman', b. Bangor, Aj^ril 9, 186(3. 

1515 V George Goodwin^ b. Jan. 7, 1868 ; d. 1886. 

1516 vi Marion Elizabeth^, b. Sept. 5, 1871. 

1517 vii Grace LovelP, b. March 26, 1873. 

1518 viii Hannah Edith^ b. Melrose, Mass., Aug. 1, 1877. 



1046 
JoTHAM Dennis^ Bradbuky (Jotham^, William^, 
John°, John*, Wymond^, Wymond^, Thomas^), married 
September 18, 1842, Sarah Hinckly Merrick, who was 
born in 1823, and died August 13, 1850. He married 
second, March 8, 1853, Ann Huntington. 

Children : 

1519 i Edward Payson^ b. July 11, 1843. 

1520 ii Emma Angeline', b. March 8, 1846. 
By second wife : 

1521 iii George D^ b. Jime 17, 1854. 





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BEADBURY MEMORIAL. 231 

1050 
William^ Bradbury (Jotham^, William^, Jolin^, 
John*, Wymond^, Wymond^, Thomas^), married Sep- 
tember 18, 1848, Lydia Ann Merritt, who was born in 
Bath, April 19, 1827. He died at Newton, Mass., July 
27, 1874. 

Children : 

1522 i William Merl•itt^ b. Chelsea, Mass., Sept. 30, 1849. 

1523 ii Arthur HallumS b. Chelsea, Mass., Oct. 5, 1851 ; d. 1875, 

1524 iii Anna CarrilP, b. Chesterville, Me., Aug. 30, 1854; d. 

Aug. 8, 1855, at Bath. 

1096 
Ebenezer® Bradbury Jr. (Ebenezer^, Theophilus^ 
Jonathan^, Theophilus*, Wymond^, Wymond^, Thomas*, 
married at Newburyport, November 1, 1859, Mary 
Todd. He died in Newburyport, March 13, 1885. 

Child : 
1525 i Ebenezer^ b. Milford, Mass., June 6, 1861. 

1097 
John Merrill^ Bradbury (Ebenezer", Theophilus^, 
Jonathan", Theophilus*, Wymond^ Wymond^, Thomas*), 
born in Newburyport, October 29, 1818, spent his 
youth in his native town, where he received a good 
English and classical education, and also at Dummer 
academy, then in charge of Dr. Nehemiah Cleveland. 
In Newburyport he was at one time the pupil of Albert 
Pike, the poet. One of his early schoolmates, Rev. 
Dr. George D. Wildes, in his recollections of the youth 



232 BBADBURY MEMORIAL. 

of Mr. Bradbury, written for the family, said : " Of no 
one of the associates of my boyhood could I write 
more that would illustrate the value of useful example. 
Among personal influences tending to mold the pur- 
pose and direct the efforts of any of his early compan- 
ions who have attained to station, whether of useful- 
ness or honor, I am sure a large place will be conceded 
to their association more or less intimate with John M. 
Bradbury, the boy and the man. I cannot recall the 
time when I did not know him. The imao-e of a brio;ht, 
little chubby-faced boy, with bright eyes, a quick step 
and a laughing, morning face, coming to school from the 
North End in old Newburyport, almost always comes 
first in the retrospect of my own school days ; and I 
have an impression that when scarcely more than six 
or seven years of age, we were at our first man's 
school, under the instruction of the late George Tit- 
comb." 

Dr. Wildes states that they were in the same class 
and almost uniformly occupying neighboring desks in 
the Latin department of the high school, where Mr. 
Elias Nason afterward taught, but which was then un- 
der the charge of Rev. Roger S. Howard. He repre- 
sents his school-mate as a good classical scholar, but 
excelling in mathematics. He also represents him as 
entering into the sports of boyhood, in which his good 
nature and buoyant spirits made him a universal favor- 
ite. He also represents him as a well-grounded histor- 
ical scholar, and says he was no less indebted to him 
for guidance and help in what to him was distasteful, 



BBADBUBY MEMOBIAL. 233 

namely, mathematics, than for a common sympathy in 
historical studies and a taste for English classics. 

In April, 1835, Mr. Bradbury entered Dickinson 
College at Carlisle, Penn., where he studied three years. 
He went to Philadelphia, intending to go into business 
there, but after a residence of six months he returned 
to his native town of Newburyport, where he became 
an assistant in his father's business, and held that posi- 
tion over two years. In 1841, he taught a district 
school in Newbury, and was subsequently appointed a 
teacher in a grammar school of Newburyport, which 
position he held for a ^^ear. After a year's interval he 
was appointed to a similar position which he held for 
six years. In May, 1849, he removed to Boston and 
was appointed to a clerkship in the state treasury, and 
in December, 1850, was advanced to chief clerk. He 
afterward engaged with a banking firm in Boston, and 
continued with them through various changes until 
1868, when he retired with a competency. His busi- 
ness cares did not eradicate his literary tastes. His 
leisure hours were employed with books, his favorite 
reading being history and belles-letters. By this means 
he added constantly to his fund of information. 

In September, 1868, Mr. Bradbury with his wife 
visited Europe and traveled through the British Isles 
and the principal countries on the continent. He spent 
some time in London, engaged in historical research in 
the British Museum and in the courts of probate. He^ 
also made frequent excursidns into the country, espec- 
ially to those places where his English ancestors had 



234 BBADBURY MEMOBIAL. 

lived. In a letter to Mr. John Ward Dean, froin 
whose obituary notice these facts concerning Mr. Brad- 
bury are gleaned, he wrote : " My visit to Wicken- 
Bonant was the pleasantest experience I have had in 
England. The rector was away on a vacation, and I 
did not therefore see the registers which would have 
been a gratification, and I was indebted to the church- 
warden's wife for admission to the church. You are 
familiar with its appearance, both before and after res- 
toration, from the photographs I have shown you. It 
is a small church still, and the addition made to its 
length by Mr. Sperling, the late rector, has not im- 
proved its proportions. Of course the surfaces, internal 
and external are new, and there is nothing to remind 
the visitor of its age, except a mural tablet in the 
chancel, date of 1697, and a square font standing on 
five square supports, which is a veritable piece of an- 
tiquity. Undoubtedly Thomas Bradbury, baptized 
February 28, 1610-11, supposed to be the emigrant, 
was baptized at this font. From the church our con- 
ductress guided us to the Brick House, where we were 
most cordially received by its proprietor, Mr. John Pol- 
litt. He took us through the old mansion, pointing 
out the alterations and additions which had been made, 
giving us its traditions and history. He also showed 
us over the grounds which are well laid out and nicely 
kept, and took us to points where we could get the 
best views of the house and its surroundings, as well as 
of the village generally." 

Mr. Bradbury returned to Boston in July, 1871, and 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 235 

resided there until the next spring, when he purchased 
a place in Ipswich where he lived to the time of his 
decease, which occurred on Tuesday morning, March 
21, 1876. He left a widow, but no children. He be- 
came a member of the New England Historical Gen- 
ealogical Society in 1853, and a life member in 1863. 
He served on the finance committee and also on the 
board of directors. He was also a member of the 
Prince Society of Boston, and of the Essex Institute 
at Salem. Mr. Bradbury made valuable collections for 
a genealogy of the Bradbury family, and had his health 
and life been spared, it was his purpose to publish a 
book on the subject. His manuscript is embodied in 
this volume, and while there were many hiatuses to be 
filled and some lives but little traced, it has' been of 
great service to the compiler, and in fact constitutes 
the larger portion of the entire volume. Mr. Brad- 
bury was married August 28, 1843, to Miss Sarah Ann, 
daughter of Daniel and Abigail (Sargent) Hayes of 
Gloucester, a lady of cultivated taste, who appreciated 
and encouraged the studies of her husband, and made 
his home pleasant and attractive. For a more extend- 
ed account of Mr. Bradbury, the reader is referred to 
a notice in the Genealogical Register for October, 1877. 

1099 
Theophilus^ Bradbury (Ebenezer^ Theophilus*, 
Jonathan^, Theophilus*, Wymond^, Wymond^, Thomas^), 
married May 1, 1846, Emily Jane Gray, who was born 
April 26, 1823. He resides at Newburyport, Mass. 



236 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

Children : 

1526 i Albert Hale^ b. Newburyport, Nov. 20, 1847 ; d. Aug. 

12, 1848. 

1527 ii Anne MerrilP, b. Newburyport, Nov. 29, 1853. 

1528 iii Emma Frances^ b. Georgetown, Cal., Feb. 25, 1856. 

1529 iv Clara Louisa^ b. June 8, 1858 ; m. March 9, 1885, Hen- 

ry Hills Morse. They have had : 

1 Henry Hills^°, b. Jan. 12, 1886 ; d. Aug. 27 fol- 

lowing. 

2 Annie Frances^ b. Jan. 21, 1889. 

1530 V Lincoln Gray^, b. July 24, 1860 ; m. Oct. 15, 1884, Ro- 

bina Annie, daughter of Andrew and Sarah Crombie, 
who was born May 9, 1864. They have : 
1 Carrie Gray^^ b. Jan. 16, 1886. 

1531 vi Walter Ross^ b. Sept. 21, 1862; m. Jan. 19, 1880, Lot- 

tie Hale, daughter of Charles Llale and Sarah Frances 
Collins of Newburyport, b. July 29, 1864. They have : 

1 Edith Ross^o, b. June 22, 1880. 

2 Frank Hale^", b. April 30, 1883. 

3 Wilbcrt Stewart^^, b. Dec. 13, 1884; d. Sept. 3, 
1886. 

1102 
Albert Fayette^ Bradbury (Ebenezer^ Theophi- 
lus^, Jonathan^, Theopliiliis*, Wymond^, Wymond^, 
Thomas^), born in Newburyport, July 16, 1827, resided 
there until 1834, when his father moved to Franklin 
county, Penn. In 1837, Albert Fayette returned to 
Newburyport where he entered the high school and 
remained until 1842. His father having returned to 
Newburyport in 1838, and engaged in the stove busi-, 
ness, Albert Fayette on leaving school assisted for two 
years in the store. In 1844, he entered the employ as 




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BRADBURY MEMOBIAL. 237 

clerk and bookkeeper of the Salisbury (Avoolen) Manu- 
facturing Company at Amesbury, Mass., where he re- 
mained, with the exception of a single year, until 1863, 
when he became associated with Dale & Robinson in 
the ownership of the Dexter Woolen Mills. Mr. Brad- 
bury moved with his family to Dexter in 1864, and has 
since that time remained there as resident agent and 
manager, which position he holds at the present time. 
He took a leading part in the building of the Dexter 
and Newport railroad, and has been a director since 
the organization of the company. For the past two 
years he has also held the position of treasurer. He 
was one of the corporators of the Dexter Savings 
Bank in 1867, and its president until 1888, when at 
the earnest solicitation of the trustees he accepted the 
position of treasurer, which position he still holds. He 
also assisted in organizing the Dexter National Bank, 
and has been a director from the first. He is also a 
director of the Dexter Loan and Building Association. 
His life has been an exceedingly busy one, and though 
often urged to accept political or town office, he has 
generally felt obliged to decline. He is a trustee of 
the Dexter Town Library and of the School Fund. Or- 
iginally a whig in politics, he aided in organizing the 
republican party, and has since been one of its zealous 
supporters. He is a member of the Protestant Epis- 
copal church, and has been clerk of the Church of the 
Messiah at Dexter since its formation in 1866. Mr. 
Bradbury is genial, kind hearted and universally 
respected. He married April 21, 1853, Frances Ayer, 



238 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

daughter of Ichabod Barnard and Ethelinde (French) 
Morrill of Aniesbury, Mass., an mtelligent and accom- 
plished lady, and his home at Dexter is a model one. 
Children, all born at Amesbury, Mass. 

1532 i Alice May', b. May 14, 1854. She resides with her pa- 

rents, and assists her father in the management of 
the Dexter savings bank. 

1533 ii Fanny MorrilP, b. Jan. 10, 1856. She married at Dex- 

ter, Xov. 22, 1877, Levi Bridgham, who is a druggist 
at Dexter. They have : 

1 John Merrill", b. March 25, 1882. 

2 Ethelinde French", b. Jan. 28, 1885. 

3 Louisa Frances", b. July 18, 1887. 

1534 iii Albert Hale^ b. Sept. 11, 1857, who is a clerk in the 

Dexter woolen mills. 

George^ Bradbury (Ebenezer", Theophilus^, Jona- 
than^, Theophilus'*, Wymond^, Wymond^, Thomas^), 
married November 17, 1859, at Madison, Wis., Eliza- 
beth Lodama, daughter of Matthew and Jane (John- 
son) Taisey of Almont, Mich, 

Child, born at Cincinnati : 

1535 i George Wilson', b. July 9, 1865 ; d. March 6, 1867. 

no 7 
Charles Edwin^ Bradbury (Ebenezer^, Theophi- 
lus^, Jonathan^, Theophilus'^, Wymond^, Wymond^, 
Thomas^), married at Charlestown, Mass., July 2, 1870, 
Sarah Martha Hastings, who was born at Newburyport, 
October 31, 1842, and died April 19, 1873. He resides 
at Newburyport, Mass. 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 239 

Children : 

1536 i Lillie Mary^ b. Brighton, Mass., June 25, 1871. 

1537 ii Sarah Martha^ b. Xewbnryport, Dec. 4, 1872. 

no 8 
Edwin Charles^ Bradbury (Ebenezer^, Theophilus^, 
Jonathan^, Theophilus'*, WymoncF, Wymond^, Thomas^, 
married at Haverhill, Harriet Jane Williams. He re- 
sides at Lawrence, Mass. 

Childi-en : 

1538 i Anna Jane^ b. Oct. 14, 1858. 

1539 ii Louis W.^ b. April 12, 1868. 

1109 
Frakcis Augustixe^ Bradbury (Ebenezer^, Theoph- 
ilus^, Jonathan^, Theophilus"^, Wymond^, Wyniond^, 
Thomas^), married at Omaha, Neb., June 4, 1880, Fan- 
nie A. Lindstrom. He died at Springfield, Mass., No- 
vember 13, 1887. 

nil 
William Henry Harrison^ Bradbury (Ebenezer^, 
Theophilus^, Jonathan^, Theophilus*, Wymond^, Wy- 
mond^, Thomas^), married at Newburyport, January 
16, 1868, Clara Clement Adams, who was born at Ken- 
duskeag, Me., February 27, 1847. He resides at Ham- 
monton, N. J. 

Children : 

1540 i Georgie Anna', b. Vineland, N. J., Aug. 28, 1868. 

1541 ii Wymond Henry', b. Elwood, N. J., Dec. 1, 1869. 

1542 iii Clara Adeline', b. Philadelphia, Aug. 22, 1871 ; d. Feb. 

18, 1876. 



240 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

1543 iv Ella Adams^ b. Nov. 20, 1874 ; d. May 28, 1876. 

1544 V Charles KimbalP, b. April 28, 1877. 

1545 vi Howard Melville^, b. Nov. 7, 1881. 

1546 vii William Irving', b. Hammonton, N. J., July 28, 1886. 

1113 
Washington Irving^ Bradbury (Ebenezer'^, The- 
ophilus^, Jonathan^, Theophilus'*, Wyniond^, Wymond^, 
Thomas^), married at Springfield, Mass., February 27, 
1867, Mary Ella Roimdes, who was born at Upton, Mass., 
August 9, 1846. He resided at Milford, Mass., where 
he died May 8, 1883. 

Children : 

1547 i Mary Bosworth', b. Milford, Mass., Oct. 16, 1867. 

1548 ii Essie Irving', b. Dec. 21, 1872; d. Dec. 28 following. 

1549 iii Fannie Eliza', b. Sept. 23, 1877. 

1115 
John Henry^ Bradbury (John'^, Theophilus^, Jona- 
than^, Theophilus'', W^anond^, Wymond^, Thomas^), 
married October 23, 1861, Emily Olcott Robertson, 
who was born in Charlestown, N. H., February 14, 
1839. He is a merchant and resides at New York City. 
He has taken special interest in the publication of this 
work, and has furnished material aid therefor. 

Children : 

1550 i Harriet Rebekah', b. Sept. 11, 1862 ; m. April 28, 1886, 

Charles Alonzo Rich, and has : Dorothy Severance^" 
(Rich), b. Nov. 11, 1887, and Margaret Bradbury*" 
(Rich), b. Nov. 26, 1888. 

1551 ii Mary Robertson', b. Dec. 22, 1864. 

1552 iii John Henry', b. March 26, 1866. 

1553 iv Richard Robertson^, b. Dec. 6, 1875. 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 241 

1116 

Charles William^ Bradbury (Jobn^, Theophilus^, 
Jonathan^, Theophilus*, Wymond^, Wj-moncP, Thomas^), 
was born in Newbuiyport, Mass. Forced by circum- 
stances to abandon a college course of study, for which 
he had a strong inclination, he entered a store at a 
early age, and continued in mercantile pursuits during 
his life. He was a 3'Oung man of excellent character, 
honest, faithful, upright in all his transactions ; decid- 
edly scholarly in his tastes, he made up in part his 
failure to secure a collegiate education, by dilligent 
study and reading. With the English classics he be- 
came thoroughly familiar, and he continued a system- 
atic course of reading during his life. His course 
embraced Motley, Prescott, Fronde, Bancroft, Mac- 
aulay and other noted historical works. In 1877, he 
and his wife visited England and the ancestral home 
at Wicken-Bonant, which was a source of great enjoy- 
ment. Mr. Bradbury had a love for the sea, amount- 
ing to a passion. His summer vacations were sjDent 
upon the New England coast, either in boating or 
yachting, always accompanied by his wife, who was 
equally fond of life upon the ocean wave. His ear for 
music was sensitive and correct, and he had an excel- 
lent bass voice. He greatly enjoyed singing old Eno-- 
lish ballads and songs of the sea. He was engaged in 
business for the most part in New York City, but he 
was much attached to his native New England and 
spent all his vacations here. He died at Winchester, 

Mass., December 5, 1881. Mr. Bradbury married at 
16 



242 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

Cambridge, Mass., June 4, 1864, Sophia Louise Apple- 
ton. She was the daughter of Charles John and So- 
phia (Haven) Ai3pleton of Cambridge, Mass., and grand- 
daughter of Hon. John Appleton, at one time charge 
d'affairs at Calais, France. She is a lady of culture, 
refinement and varied attainments. She greatly en- 
joyed her European trip and wrote very interesting 
letters of the ancestral home of the Bradburys at 
Wicken, extracts of which have been given in another 
place. She survives her husband and resides a widow 
at Winchester, Mass. They had no issue. 



1146 
Darius^ Bradbury (Joseph', John^, Rowland^, John*, 
William'^, Willianr, Thomas^), married at Wentworth, 
N. H., February 17, 1844, Emily Hobbs, who was born 
May 17, 1813. He died in Ohio, August 27, 1853. 

Children : 

1554 i Charles Darius^ b. Feb. 22, 1845. 

1555 ii Emma Augusta^ b. Plymouth, X. H., Aug. 6, 1849. 

1556 iii Alicia^, b. April 1, 1852, at Xorth Gainesville, N. Y. 



1147 
Luther Milton^ Bradbury (Joseph^, John^, Row- 
land^, John'*, William^, William^, Thomas^), married at 
Wentworth, N. H., December 17, 1843, Nancy Hobbs, 
who was born at Wentworth, January 17, 1821. He 
resides at Quincy, Mass. 



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BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 243 

Children : 
Nathan Taylor^ b. Aug. 27, 1844. 
Luther Milton^ b. Aug. 28, 1846. 
Flora Plelen^ b. Oct. 5, 1847. 

Charles Francis^ b. Sept. 11, 1848; d. Oct. 11, 1848. 
Florence Isabelle^, b. Oct. 28, 1852 ; d. Dec. 24, 1856. 
Hannah Aola^ b. Sept. 26, 1854. 
Ida May^ b. Sept. 20, 1858. 



1153 
Wyer^ Bradbury (Triie^, PauP, Rowland^, John*, 
William^ William^ Thomas^), bom June 18, 1814; 
married at Liibec, Eliza Webber, who was born in Perry, 
Me., September 4, 1817. He hved at Machias, and 
died there March 7, 1882. His widow survives, and 
resides at Machias. 

Children : 

1564 i Isaac Snow^ b. Sept. 11, 1839; ni. May 30, 1861, Caro- 

line Hanscome. He was acting ensign U. S. navy, 
and with all on board was lost on the coast of Flor- 
ida, Jan. 8, 1865. He had served in the navy through 
the war, and was once severely wounded. 

1565 ii James True^ b. May 22, 1841. He was a member of 

Co. C, 6th Me. vols., and was killed at Rappahannock 
Station, Nov. 3, 1863. He was a brave and faithful 
soldier. Bradbury Post, G. A. R., of Machias, is 
named in honor of the above patriots. 

1566 iii WilUam Wyer^ b. Feb. 10, 1843; m. Aug. 8, 1872, Jos- 

ephine A. Fisher. He is a merchant at Machias. 

1567 iv Benjamin Franklin^ b. Aug. 1, 1849 ; unmarried. 

1568 V Lydia A.^, b. Oct. 29, 1850; m. Nov. 4, 1884, William 

S. Lawrence. 



244 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

1172 

David Oliver^ Bradbury (William Simpson', David®, 
SamueP, James*, William^, William^, Thomas^), married 
January 18, 1857, at Woolwich, Me., Mary 0. Cush- 
man, who was born March 10, 1832. He lived a few 
years at Woolwich, moved to Augusta and died there, 
December 24, 1888. She died in Bath, June 10, 1868. 

Children : 
1568^ i Lydia Yiola^, b. Woolwich, Nov. 4, 1857 ; m. Dec. 12, 
1877, Oscar H. Groves, r. Augusta. 

1569 ii Emina Lanta^, b. Dec. 2, 1P59 ; d. Aug. 22, 1865. 

1570 iii Millie Mary^ b. Aug. 19, 1862, r. Augusta. 

1571 iv Flora Cushman^, b. Jan. 9, 1864, r. Augusta. 

1572 V Dora Frances^ b. Bath, Feb. 14, 1867; m. Oct. 2, 1888, 

Walter C. Packard, r. Augusta. 



1176 

George Washington^ Bradbury (William Simpson^, 
David^, SamueP, James*, William^, William^, Thomas^), 
married Augusta Jane Bump, who was born in New 
Vineyard. He lives in New Sharon and is a house- 
carpenter. 

Children : 

1573 i Esther May^ b. Aug. — , 1866 ; m. Frank W. Lawry, r. 

Farmington. 

1574 ii Mattie^ b. ; m. Yerne Millett, r. Farmington. 

1575 iii Bertha Emma^, b. . 

1576 iv William Francis^ b. . 

1577 V Daisy^ b. . 

1578 vi Augusta^, b. . 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 245 

1180 

William Ftothingham^ Bradbury (William San- 
ders'^, James^, Sanders^, James'*, William^, William^, 
Thomas^), married August 27, 1857, Margaret Jones of 
Templeton. 

Children : 

1579 i William Howard^ b. 3\\\j 28, 1858. 

1580 ii Marion", b. Dec, 1863. 

1181 

Edward Emerson^ Bradbury (William Sanders^, 

James^, Sanders^, James"*, William^, William^, Thomas^), 

married November 26, 1856, Sarah Jane Sykes, who 

was born at Deerfield, Mass., February 25, 1831. 

Children : 

1581 i Hattie Bowker", b, Dec. 23, 1863, at Brookljni, N. Y. 

1582 ii Alice Emerson^ b. Ang. 20, 1865. 

1583 iii Edward Catling", b. June 14, 1870. 

1186 
Charles Brooks^ Bradbury (Samuel Fox^, James^, 
Sanders^, James'*, William^, William^, Thomas^), married 
July 1, 1863, Emily Harriet Sykes. 
Children : 

1584 i Charles Fox», b. . 

1585 ii Ellen", b. . 

1196 
William Edgar'' Bradbury (Cornelias Sanders^ 
Jacob^, Sanders^, James**, William^, William^, Thomas^), 
married September 9, 1852, Sarah Hogan. 



246 BBABBURY MEMORIAL. 

Children, born at Pendleton and Cincinnati, Ohio. 

1586 i William Edward^; b. Aug. 27, 1853. 

1587 ii Frederick Wyman^ b. Dec. 29, 1856. 

1197 
Julius Oscar^ Bradbury (Cornelius Sanders^, Jacob^, 
Sanders^, James*, William^, William^, Thomas^), married 
November 18, 1848, Lavina Rotliamer Moore, who died 
at Cincinnati, May 18, 1858. He died at same place, 
August 3, 1854. 

Children : 

1588 i Cornelius Sanders^ b. Dec. 12, 1849. 

1589 ii Laura Gano^ b. Sept. 6, 1851. 

1590 iii JiiUus Oscar^, b. July 29, 1854. 

124:8 

Horace Dennison^ Bradbury (Caleb^, Joseph^ Ja- 
cob^, Thomas*, Jacob^, WiUiam^, Thomas^), married Feb- 
ruary 24, 1859, Betsey Ann, daughter of Samuel and 
Betsey Ann (Bagley) Dustin of Stanstead, P. Q., who 
was born in Stanstead. He is a public accountant in 
Boston and resides in Cambridge. 
Children : 

1591 i Harriet Louise^, b. Cambridge, Oct. 8, 1863. 

1592 ii Anne Dustin^, b. Nov. 3, 1868. 

1275 
Moses* Bradbury (True^, SamueP, Moses^, Thomas*, 
Jacob^ William^ Thomas^), married December 29, 1835, 
Olive Scammon Emer}^ who was born August 16, 1813. 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL 247 

Children : 

1593 i Frederick L.^, b. July 20, 1837 ; d. Nov. 27, 1858. 

1594 ii Sarah Elizabeth^ b. April 3, 1839 ; d. Oct. 3, 1852. 

1595 iii Edward^ b. June 7, 1841. 

1596 iv Augustus Freeman^, b. July 6, 1843. 

1276 
Cyrus King^ Bradbury (True", SamueP, Moses^, 
Thomas'*, Jacob^, William-, Thomas^), married Sally 
Shields. His children were born at New Limerick, 
Aroostook county, Me. 

Children : 

Martha Fairfiek?, b. Nov. 12, 1838. 

Rachel Day^ b. March 17, 1840. 

Mary Frances^ b. Jan. 12, 1842. 

Samuel James^ b. April 27, 1843. 

True^ b. Feb. 3, 1845. 

Christiana^ b. June 22, 1846. 

Cyrus King9, b. Feb. 19, 1848. 

AbigaiP, b. March 10, 1850. 

John Quincy^, b. Aug. 11, 1851. 

Henry Putnam^, b. Nov. 23, 1855. 

Major^ b. July 8, 1858. 

1277 
Samuel^ Bradbury (True', SamueP, Moses^, Thom- 
as*, Jacob^, Willianr, Thomas^), married Juliann B. 
True. Their children were born in New Limerick, Me. 
Children : 

1608 i Sarah AbigaiP, b. Jan. 2, 1839. 

1609 ii William True^ b. Jan. 15, 1842. 

1610 iii Mary Joselyn^, b. June 27, 1843. 

1611 iv Christopher Columbus^ b. July 1, 1846. 



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1602 


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248 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

1612 V Thomas MerrilP, b. Jan. 25, 1850. 

1613 vi Juliet^ b. Jan. 19, 1852. 

1614 vii Kate Dow^ b. April 17, 1855. 

1615 viii Eleanor Amelia^ b. Feb. 3, 1858. 

1278 
Thomas Merrill^ Bradbury (True^, SamueP, Moses**, 
Thomas*, Jacob^, Williain^,Tlioinas)^, married Catherine 
Dow. He is a merchant in Honlton. 
Children : 

1616 i Francis Webster^, b. Feb. 24, 1854. 

1617 ii JeffersonS b. April 8, 1858. 

1294 
William Harrison^ Bradbury (Abner^, Jabez Page*, 
Thomas^, Thomas*, Jacob^, William^, Thomas^), married 
July 4, 1850, Julia Ann Staples, who was born at Wel- 
lington, Me., August 10, 1822. 
Children : 

1618 i Sarah M.^ b. May, 1851. 

1619 ii Almond b. March, 1858. 

1620 iii Elura Ellen^ b. Aug., 1855. 

1621 iv Leander Abbot^ b. Dayton, Wis., Aug. 7, 1858. 

1296 
ZiBA Hall* Bradbury (Abner', Jabez Page^ Thom- 
as^ Thomas*, Jacob^, William^, Thomas^), married Feb- 
ruary 19, 1852, Lucy Lilly Blackman, who was born in 
Massina, New York, April 26, 1831. 
Children : 

1622 i Lucien Leavitt^ b. May 2, 1854. 

1623 ii Willie Leslie^ b. Nov. 7, 1858, at Ripon, Wis. 



BEADBUBY MEMOBIAL. 249 

1298 

Benjamin Feanklin^ Beadbury (Abner^, Jabez^, 
Thomas^, Thomas*, Jacob^, William^, Thomas^) married 
at Sharon, Penn., May 5, 1853, Clarissa Calphurnia 
Bowers. 

Children : 

1624 i Ada Jane^ b. March 11, 1854. 

1625 ii Charles Ira^ b. Dec, 1855. 

1299 

Cyeus Stilson^ Bradbuey (Abner^, Jabez Page^, 

Thomas^, Thomas*, Jacob^, WilHam^, Thomas^), married 

February 7, 1854, Martha Althea Millard, who was 

born in Delhi, Delaware comity, N. Y., Jmie 12, 1828. 

Children : 

1626 i Agnes Eveline*, ) . • it i -iokt 
1C07 •• Ai -D • 19 r twins, b. Jan. 1, 1857. 

1627 n Abner Fercival , ) ' ' 

1308 
Horatio Tayloe^ Beadbury (William^, Daniel*, 
Thomas^, Thomas*, Jacob^, William^, Thomas^), married 
December 27, 1851, Ann Eliza, daughter of Robinson 
Parlin of Paris. He was born iu Byron and after mar- 
riage lived in Paris. 

Children : 

1828 i William Robinson', b. Byron, Me., Nov. 13, 1852; m. 
Mary G. Chase. 

1629 ii Charles Hannibal Brown^ b. Paris, Me., Oct. 25, 1854 ; 

d. Jan. 25, 1859. 

1630 iii Effie Annie^ b. March 19, 1863 ; m. William Hammond. 

1631 iv Mary Abbie^ b. April 19, 1866. 

1632 V Jennie Lura', b. July 21, 1868. 



250 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

1345 

William Kinney^ Bradbuby (Thomas', Jacob^, Ben- 
jamin^, Thomas*, Jacob^, WilKam^, Thomas^), married 

1854, Melinda Jarritz. 

Children : 

1633 i Elmore Douglass^ b. . 

1634 ii Leonora Ann^, b. . 

1355 
George^ Bradbury (Lemuel', Jaeob^, Benjamin^, 
Thomas*, Jacob^, William^, Thomas^), married April 23, 

1855, Eliza Mummey. He died in Pike county. Mo., 
March 1, 1877. [Date incorrectly given on page 210.] 

Children : 

1634 a i Charlotte^ b. Aug. 3, 1856; m. xMarch 20, 1873, Mor- 
gan Bordman; d. March 1, 1877. 

1634 J ii William Sylvester^, b. Feb. 10, 1859. 

1634 c iii LemueP, b. July 22, 1861 ; m. Dec. 27, 1888, Evelyn 
Shepard; d. March 31. 1889. 

1634^ iv Carrie', b. April 20, 1866. 

1634 e V Amy^ b. Feb. 6, 1869 ; m. Dec. 27, 1888, Lewis James. 

1356 
Nathan^ Bradbury (Lemuel", Jacob*^, Benjamin*, 
Thomas*, Jacob^, William^, Thomas^), married Sept. 27, 

1856, Frances Lindsey. He resides in Kansas. 

Children : 

1634/ i Cora BelP, b. July 25, 1860 ; m. Dec. 23, 1877, George 

Basye. 
1634.^ ii Walter Clarence^ b. Sept. 4, 1862 ; d. July 4, 1888, at 

Chicago. 
1634 A iii Charles Edwin', b. Feb. 19, 1865. 



BEADBUEY MEMORIAL. 251 

1357 
Anson^ Beadbury (LemueF, Jacob^, Benjamin'^, 
Thomas*, Jacob^, William^, Thomas^), married February 
15, 1865, Miss Mary M. Tedrow. He resides in Bow- 
ling Green, Pike county, Mo. 

Children : 

1635 i Edward Ross^ b. Oct. 27, 1865 ; m. Delue F. Tinker, 

March 11, 1890. 
16351 ii Lydia Iva^ h. Jan. 1, 1868; ra. March 12, 1889, James 
V. Davis. 

1636 iii Lizzie^ b. Sept. 30, 1869. 

1637 iv Ora M.^ b. Dec. 3, 1878. 

1358 
Thomas^ Bradbury (Lemuel", Jacob*^, Benjamin^, 
Thomas*, Jacob^, William^, Thomas^), married Mary 
Derry or Derrali. He was killed in battle at Murfrees- 
boro, January 6, 1863. 

Child : 

1637 a i Thomas Preston^ b. Dec. 25, 1962. 

1393 
Moses Williams^ Bradbury ( Jacob^, Moses^, Jacob^, 
Jacob*, Jacob^, William^, Thomas'), married January 
11, 1848, Catherine Pomeroy Wentworth, who was 
born March 27, 1824. 

Children : 

1638 i Theodore Robert^ b. Nov. 22, 1848 ; d. March 6, 1852. 

1639 ii Catherine^ b. Jan. 30, 1851 ; d. Jan. 31, 1851. 

1640 iii Harriet Angusta^ b. Dec. 6, 1853 ; d. Sept. 29, 1854. 

1641 iv Emma Kelley^ b. Oct. 28, 1855. 

1642 V Clarence Simmer^, b. March 29, 1858. 

1643 vi Samuel Kelley^, b. March 29, 1858. 



252 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

1394 

Jacob^ Bradbury (Jacob^, Moses^, Jacob^, Jacob*, 
Jacob^, William^, Thomas^), married January 21, 1855, 
Sarah McCann. 

Child : 

1644 i George^ b. March 1, 1856. 

1401 
Thomas Emery^ Bradbury (John GarlancF, Moses*, 
Jacob^, Jacob*, Jacob^, William^, Thomas^), married 
June 20, 1858, Angelette Elwell, who was born 1834. 
Child : 

1645 i Fredel•ic^ b. Dec. 11, 1858. 

1402 
Charles B.^ Bradbury (John Garland^, Moses*, Ja- 
cob^, Jacob*, Jacob^, William^, Thomas^), married Octo- 
ber 14, 1857, CaroHne Eliza Peabody, who was born 
March 4, 1839. 

Child: 

1646 i Harriet Caroline^ b. Feb. 10, 1858. 

1439 
Ahban^ Bradbury (Moses', EUjah*, Elijah^, Jacob*, 
Jacob^, William^, Thomas^), is a farmer and millman, 
and resides in Denmark, Me. He married first, De- 
cember 12, 1866, Sarah Frances, daughter of Elder 
Larkin Jordan, who died December 26, 1887, and 
second, November 6, 1889, Melinda Witham. 




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BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 253 

Children : 

1647 i Minnie C.^ b. May 28, 1868 ; m. ; she d. July 17, 

1884. 

1648 ii Fred R.^ b. May 28, 1870. 

1649 iii Henry9, b. June 12, 1872; d. Sept. 10 following. 

1650 iv May L.^ b. July 25, 1878. 

1651 V Perley R. ¥.\ b. July 22, 1880. 



1454 

Osgood Nathan^ Bradbury (Jacob^, Joseph^ Ben- 
jamin^, Moses"*, Jacob^, William^, Thomas^), graduated 
from the Maine Medical School in 1864. He had pre- 
viously been in East Machias, from 1852 to 1855, and 
from that date to 1860, in the fruit trade in San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. He moved to Springfield, Me., in 1860, 
and had his home there until 1873. He was acting 
assistant surgeon at Augusta from June, 1864, to De- 
cember, 1865, and then was in charge of Cony Hospi- 
tal until July, 1866, when it was discontinued. He 
served in the Maine legislature as representative from 
Springfield, and two terms in the Senate from Penob- 
scot county. In 1873 he returned to his native town 
of Norway, where, with the exception of three years 
spent in the South and three years at Paris Hill, he 
has since lived and been in practice. He served as ex- 
amining surgeon for invalid pensioners thirteen years. 
He married June 13, 1852, Ellen R. Scribner, who was 
born in Springfield, Me. 



254 BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 

Children : 

1652 i Bial Francisco^ b. Springfield, Feb. 5, 1861 ; m. March 

22, 1882, Mabel F., daughter of Dr. George P. Jones 
of Norway. He graduated at Atlanta, Ga., in Feb., 
1882, and is a skillful and popular physician in Nor- 
way. 

1653 ii Guy«, b, Springfield, March 24, 1872; d. Norway, May 

17, 1876. 

1467 
Joseph Augustus^ Bradbury (Moses', Joseph^, Ben- 
jamin^, Moses*, Jacob^, William^, Thomas^), is a farmer 
and carpenter ; residence, Norway, Me. He married 
August 14, 1862, Sarah Jane Mixer, who w\as born in 
Paris, Me., July 21, 1842. 

Children : 

1654 i Algenora', b. Paris, July, 1863. 

1655 ii Elsie Flora«, b. Feb. 11, 1865. 

1656 iii Herbert^ b. July 23, 1866. 

1657 iv Ray8, b. Dec. 24, 1871. 

1658 V Inez May^, b. June 12, 1878. 

1473 
Henry Newell^ Bradbury (Nathaniel M.'^, Joseph', 
Benjamin^, Moses*, Jacob^, William^, Thomas^), married 
at Lowell, Mass., Harriet Mann. He resides in Lew- 
iston. Me. 

Children : 

1659 i Avery Belcher^, b. April 26, 1855 ; m. Jan. 23, 1879, 

Mary Elliot. 

1660 ii Arthur W. M.^ b. Dec. 21, 1857 ; d. Feb. 25, 1870. 

1661 iii Hattie Rosena^, b. March 15, 1859. 

1662 iv Elmer E.», b. Nov. 26, 1861 ; m. Ida Albee. 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 255 

1474 

Edwin Franklin^ Beadbury (Nathaniel MJ, Joseph^, 
Benjamin^, Moses*, Jacob^, Willianr, Thomas^), married 
at Mechanic Falls in 1860, Susanna H. Gilbert. He 
resides in Lewiston. 

Children : 

1663 i Linus EdwarcP, h. Nov. 7, 1861 ; m. Alice Si^ringer. 

1664 ii George Oscar^, b. Oct 30, 1868. 

1665 iii Emery Wallace^ b. Feb. 7, 1871. 

1666 iv Rosa Isabella^, b. March 24, 1876. 

1667 V Mildred Winnifred^, b. July 20, 1882. 

1487 

JosiAH C.^ Bradbury (Samuel Gurney^ SamueP, 

Benjamin^ Moses'*, Jacob^, William^, Thomas^), married 

Mary M. Dillingham, who was born June 30, 1838. 

He resided at Livermore and died there April 6, 1889. 

Children : 

1668 i John E.^ b. May 20, 1859 ; m. Hattie T. Joselyn of Far- 

mington. He is a physician in Livermore. 

1669 ii Ada A.^ b. May 30, 1860. 

1670 iii Albert C.^ b. July 27, 1866. 

1671 iv M. Alice^ b. April 18, 1870. 

1672 V Dana B.^, b. May 25, 1871. 

1673 vi Alden G.s, b.Oct. 16, 1830. 



APPENDIX 



APPENDIX. 



WILL OF MARY BRADBURY. 

In the name of god Amen the 17*^ clay of February in the 8"^ 
year of his majestys reign, King WiUiam ye S^^ of England &c. 
I Mary Bradbury, widow, of yt town of Salisbury in ye county 
of Essex in ye Province of Massachusetts Bay in New England 
being weak of body but of sound and perfect memory praise be 
given to god for ye same, and knowing ye uncertainty of this life 
on earth and being desirous to settle things in order do make this 
my last will and testament in manner and form following that is 
to say first and principally I commend my soul to God my Creator 
assuredly believing that I shall receive full pardon and free remis- 
sion of all my sins and be saved by ye precious death and merits 
of my blessed saviour and Redeemer Jesus Christ and my body 
to ye earth from whence it was taken to be buried in such decent 
manner as to my executor hereafter named shall be thought meet 
and convenient, and now for the settling of my temporal estate 
and such goods, chattels and debts as it hath pleased God far 
above my deserts to bestow upon me, I do order, give and be- 
stow and dispose the same in manner and form following, that is 
say. 

First I will that all those debts and duties that I owe in right 
or conscience to any manner of person or persons whatever, shall 
be Avell and truly contented and paid or ordered to be paid within 
convenient time after my decease by my executor hereafter 
named. 

Item I give and bequeath unto my beloved daughter Mary 
Stanyan of Hampton in the Province of New Hampshire and my 
daughter Jane True of Salisbury in the Province of Massachu- 



260 



APPENDIX. 



setts Bay in N"ew England all my estate and substance of what 
kind or nature soever to be equally divided betwixt my two well- 
beloved daughters as aforesaid as namely goods, chattels, leases, 
debts, ready money, plate, household stuff, apparel, brass, pewter, 
bedding and all others my substance whatsoever and I do consti- 
tute and make mj- well-beloved son-in-law Henry True to be my 
sole executor of this my last will and testament. In witness 
whereof, I have hereunto set my hand the day and year above- 
stated. 

Maey Bradbury 
Witness -n-idow. 

Elis* Stanyan 

Richard I. R. Long. 

ABSTRACTS OF WILLS, DEEDS, &c. 

ESSEX (mass.) county RECORDS. 

Jacob Bradbury's will, dated May 3, 1718, proved May 21, 
same j^ear. To son Thomas one-half of homestead and lands in 
cow common, gravelly ridge, and one-half of meadow and marsh. 
To sons Jacob and Moses the other half. To daughters Anne, 
Elizabeth, Dorothy and Sarah £10 each. Reasonable allowance 
to his honored mother, Sarah Stockman. To wife Elizabeth his 
Stockman house, lot, orchard, &c. Wife Elizabeth administra- 
trix. Witnesses, John Eaton, Jeremiah Wheeler and Sarah 
Bradbury. Inventory, real property, £402 ; personal, £48.4. 

Thomas Bradbury appointed guardian of his brothers, Jacob 
and Moses, February 27, 1722 

October 25, 1731, Jacob Bradbury of Salisbury (weaver), and 
Moses Bradbury of North Yarmouth (yeoman), deed their por- 
tions of their father's estate to their brother, Thomas Bradbury 
of Salisbury (yeoman). 

Thomas^ Bradbury, will dated March 8, 1719, proved May 14, 
1719. To wife Mary one-third of all lands, and one-half of lands 
during life. To dauo^hter Jemima all lands and meadows which 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL 261 

he had of his grandfather Bradbury, except the portion of her 
mother. Wife Marj^ appointed executrix. Inventory: real, £590 ; 
personal, £201.12. 

William^ Bradbury's will, dated April 12, 1748, proved June 7, 
1756. Sons John, Jacob, James, Crisp and Barnabas, and daugh- 
ters Rebekah, Joanna, Mary and Sarah. To son Benjamin all his 
real estate. 

"William and Jemima (Bradbury) Chandler of Amsterdam farm, 
near Woodstock, Conn., March 21, 1726, for £650 good bills of 
pubUc credit, sold certain lands is Salisbury, the estate having 
been the homestead of Capt. Thomas Bradbury, inherited by his 
grandson, Thomas Bradbury, who bequeathed it to his daughter 
Jemima, who became the wife of William Chandler. 

DIARIES. 

Diary of Dea. Johx Bradbury (66) of York, Givixg an Ac- 
count OF HIS Services ix the War for the Conquest 
OF Canada, in the year 1760. 

York February ye 20/1760. 
then Received Beating orders from his 
Excellency governor pownall. 

April 5 went to Saco to inlist men. 

ye 9 Returned to York. 

18 Received orders to go to Biddeford to order the men to 
march to Avorcester. 

20 Returned to York. 

21 Received orders to Stop the men till further orders. 
May 7 Received orders to march to Worcester. 

8 Received a Second Lieutenants Commission from gov- 
erner pownall by the hand of Nathaniel Spawhake 
Esq. under Capt. Johnson moulton. 

ye 

May 15 this Day Took my Departure from old york came as far 
1760 as hampton Lodged at mr. Levets. 



262 APPENDIX. 

May 16 Came to Newbury Lodged at mr. Bradbury s. 

17 marched to Andover Lodged at mr. foster's 30 miles 
from Newbury. 

Sabbath 18 marched 14 miles went to Brakefast at mr. Osgoods 
went to meeting Heard mr. Clark preach from John 
ye 11" & 11" Dined at mr. pollards. Marched to Con- 
cord heard mr. Bliss preach afternoon from Job 7 & 
21. Lodged at Capt. meros (?) 

19 marched from concord Drank punch at Sudbury Dined 

at malbury at Colonel Williams had for Dinner p t ifc 
g marched as far as Shrewsbury Lodged at a private 
house. Rained hard. 

20 Brakefasted at mr Eagers arived at worster at 12 

oclock Dined at Capt. Stevnses. 

21 our men passed muster and we made up the Billiting 

Roll. 

22 Carried it to the muster got the Billiting money. 

23 i^aid the men their Billiting money. 

24 marched from Worcester at 5 oclock afternoon marched 

to Leicester Lodged at mr Serjants. 
Sabbath E, marched 6 miles ; heard mr. Eaten preach from Jere- 
miah the 16 & 12 forenoon. Dined at mr. Flags, 
marched as far as Brookfield put up at mr. Buckmin- 
sters. 

26 marched to WestOAvn, Dind at Kingstown at mr. 

Shaws ; marched to palmer ; put up to mr. Scoots 
had good entertainment. 

27 Brakefasted at Brimfield to mr. graves Drank punch at 

mr Days at Springfield mountains. Dined at mr 
parsons Arrived at Springfield at 4 oclock afternoon ; 
put up at Mr Whites Lodged and Bi-akefasted at the 
same place. 

28 marched 4 miles Dined at mr Eles ai'ived at westfield 

at 4 oclock afternoon put up at Capt. Claps. 



BEAVBUBY MEMOEIAL. 263 

May 29 marched to Brimfield. Dind at mr peases marched 2 
miles hito the green woods, had a good nights Lodg- 
ing. 

30 marched 12 miles Dind at mr Shadreeks, haK way 

through the woods ; arived at mr Chadwicks through 
the woods at 4 oclock afternoon, 

31 marched 10 miles came to Sheffield put up at mr Biir- 

gets, an old honest Duchman, 
June^* 1 marched 4 miles Drank punch at mr, Roberts ; marched 
as far as Nobletown ^vithout any provision either 
from the King or taverns. Arived at Squire Inger- 
sols at 7 oclock afternoon, 
2 marched 6 miles Drank wine at the Stone house at hog- 
gabooms arived at Kenderhooch at 1 oclock put up 
at the Commisarys and Drew provision for the men. 

3 marched to green Bush arived hear at 4 oclock after- 

noon Extreme hot weather put up at a Duch house 
without victuals or Lodging or any convenience, 

4 went over to Albany Brakefasted at mr Sawyer's Re- 

turned Back the Same Day, 

5 went over to Albany Drew provision and tents marched 

a quarter of a mile above the city and encampt. 
Rained the afternoon had a good nights Lodging in 
a mud hole. 

6 Still very Rainy weather and tent Leake and we in an 

uncomfortable Situation and So Lik to continue as 
the weather is increasing, 

7 Heard of a little wind at N West, 

Sabbath this Day went Down to the Commisary with a party of 

men and Drew provisions — unsettled weather as yet. 
9 Capt. Jackson & Capt, wentworths Companies were or- 
dered to march to Crown Point, 
ordered by the colonel to Draw 80 men out of 5 Com- 
panies for waggoners. Drew them out and marched 
them Down to the parade and made Return to gen- 
eral Amherst and Returned to the Tents and Dind. 



264 APPENDIX. 

June 10 at 8 oclock this morning one of Cap. Chadbournes men 
named John Johnson, a young man, Died. 
4 oclock was Buried. 

11 went down to the Commisaries with a party of men 

Took provision for 4 Days Received orders to Draft 
180 men out of 5 Companies for Waggoners — taken 
with a pain in my head Went down in the city 
Lodged at mr Sawyers. 

12 ordered to march still weak and poorly ; imbarked on 

board the Battoes Received 3 Letters from old york. 
Set off from Albany at 9 oclock arived at Colonel 
Scilers at one oclock and Dined there ; went 2 miles 
and incampd. Still weak and a bad pain in my head. 
Lodged at a Dnch house on a Little wad of straw. 

13 Setoff for half moon; arrived their at 12 o'clock jmsh- 

ed up 2 miles and incampt. 

14 Set out for the Iiefts(?) arived at the half way house 

at 12 oclock. Set out at 2 oclock arrived at the 
Rafts at 6 oclock. Landed our provision and En- 
campt. 
Sabbath 15 Set off for fort Edward arived at Stillwater at 12 
o'clock ; took provision for 2 Days and Encampt and 
went to bed ver}- sick, 

16 felt a little Better in the morning Struck our Tents and 

set up for Saratoga ; arived hear after Sun set. Rain- 
ed and thundered very hard went on Shore and 
pitched our Tents on the wet ground ; went to bed 
sick — had a good Nights Lodging. 

17 Struck our tents came 3 miles and unloaded our pro- 

vision — Set up a Little way and pitcht our tents — 
Rained all night and I grew worse. 

18 arived at fort miller or the falls ; unloaded our provision, 

halld Round the falls and Encampd— Still very poorly. 

19 arrived at fort Edward at 1 o'clock unloaded our Bat- 

toes and Encampt. 



BRABBURY ME2I0RIAL. 265 

June 20 the Companys marched off to Lake george and Left me 
at fort Edward in a very poor state of helth. Like- 
wise Samuel Bradbury carried to the hospital havincr 
very badly cut himself. Also Joseph Main Left in 
the hospital Joseph Baker Left to Look after them. 
21 Drew provisions for 4 men for 4 Days went over the 
River to see the Sick and Lame. Kept with Capt. 
Brown Commanding officer of the fort at present. 
Eat Drank and Lodgd with him and Lieut. Berry 
Both provincial officers. 

Sabbath 22 this Day I should have set out for the Lake but being 
something worse was obliged to tarry Longer and was 
Bled ; went over the River to see the Sick or lame . 

23 Still ver}^ weak the weather cold & stormy & uncomfit- 

able. 

24 fair weather ; wind at N West and I still sick went to 

the Doctor and got some phisick ; took it and felt 
something Better. 

25 Took provision for 4 men 4 Daj^s felt Better than I have 

since I came here. 

26 a french officer Came in from montreal and gone Down 

to the general. 

27 Took a walk in a fine garden where I eat greeu pease 

pleasant weather in the forenoon Rainy Afternoon. 
Joshua McLaws arived hear at night witli a packet 
for Lake george and is stationed hear ride post. 

28 went over the River to see the Sick & Lame and find 

them Something Better. Took jirovision for 5 men 
4 Days nothing Remarkable hapned till night, 
at 10 o'clock at night was called out to anotlier Bai'- 
rack to see Mr. Henry otote a young Duch gentleman 
Commisary, that was taken in an uncommon fit where 
he Lay Just Expiring and with a great deal of Diffi- 
culty got him from where he Avas jamd Between the 
Bed and wall and after the Doctor had pricked him 



266 ■ APPENDIX. 

5 times Drew Blood from him and before Day had 2 
more of the Like. 

Sabbath this morning he was better Rainy weather cleared off at 
noon. Colonel Willard arived hear at 10 oclock 
Samuel Mai-thews Esq. invited me to Dine with him 
I accepted had a fine Dinner. 

June 30 marched from fort Edward arived at the half way brook 
at 12 oclock Dind with Col^ Willard and major 
Burke and other gentlemen ; arived at fort george at 
5 oclock Went and viewed the Ruins of fort William 
henr}' Drank wine with Capt ingersol Drank Tea 
With Capt Stickney Lodged with Lieut March & 
Lieut. Freeman. 

July 1 Brakefasted With Capt Stickney of Newbury Set off 
from Lake george at 9 oclock With Col' Willard & 
major Banks & Liet. Divil. arived at Ticonderoga 
Landing at 9 oclock at night. Lodged in a Little 
Hut. 

2 marched one mile & half to the mill went on Board the 

Battoes & arivd at ticonderoga fort at 12 oclock 
Set off at 2 arived at Crown point at 7 oclock ; 
marched ujd to the Camps and Saw my friends, found 
all well except Lieut. Frost with Le' Richmon. 

3 Took a walk Round the fort and found it to bee a very 

Beautifull place invited out to Diink punch with a 
number of gentlemen that received their Commissions 
Drank Tea with Cap* Chadbourn Thundered & Raind 
very hard. 

4 orderd at 9 oclock to set on a cort martial immediately 

attended accordingly and finished at 11 oclock : went 
and Drank punch at a markee — a man carried from 
the camp sick with the small pox — this day 3 Indians 
came in to major Rogers came with a french Scalp 
as they say Not Known where they Belong. 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 267 

Crownpoint July yQ 4/1760 
this Day a Regimental Court Martial Set at the presedents tent 
by order of Jolm Thomas Colonel to Try Peter Jones of Capt 
Martains Company confined by Capt Abial perce for Darning him 
and Denying his Duty when ordered by him and other insolent 
Language — the prisoner Pleads Ignorance of the Facts Aledgd 
against him by information of his officers the prisoner is very apt 
to be Deprived of his Reason by the Smallest Quantity of Spii-its 
therefore it is the opinion of the Court that the prisoner peter 
Jones Shall Receive fifty Stripes on his Naked Back 

Capt Samuel Jenks President 



Members. 



Lieut. Foster 
" Small 
" Say ward 
" Bradbury 



July 5 the sick man Died with the pox ; Likewise one of Capt 
Jacksons men Died very sudden, named William fer- 
rentun (Farrington) 

ordered on Duty took Command of 40 men went and 
Drew timber upon the Fort Dismist them at Sunset. 

Sabbath 6 this day a sermon was to have Been preached at the 
head of ye 17 Regement But being very hot the priest 
chose Rather to drink wine under a shed ; one of the 
sutlers died with the small jdox ; went down to the 
Commisary and took provision for 4 Days of Salt and 
2 of fresh — one of the sutlers had 7 Barrels of spirits 
spilt for selling to the Regulars another ordered out 
of the incamj^ment. 

Samuel Bradbury Died with the Small pox at fort 
Edward the 7 of July. 



268 APPENDIX. 

Captain's Names as they Stand in CamiJ. 

Capt. Chadbourne Capt. Fellows 

Capt. Heart Capt. Jeffeds 

Capt. Jenks Capt. Pierce 

Capt. Harris Capt. West 

Capt. Bailey Capt. Barron 

Capt. Butterlield Capt. Small 

Capt. Moulton Capt. Dunbar 

Capt. Martin Capt. Wentwortli 

Capt. Jackson Capt. Williams 
Capt. Whitin 

July 8 this morning major Rogers had a Brush with the french 
Indians ; had one man Kild, 6 wounded and he pes- 
sued them and is not returned, ye 9 instant a soldier 
received 300 Lashes this Day. 
9 Extreem hot weather. 

Went in a swimming with a number of officers in 
the afternoon Returned Back and was ordered to 
take the pickquit gard. Took the gard after confer- 
ring with Capt Hari'is and Lieut. Spauldin. 

10 peraded them at Revalle Beating; then Dismist them 

till further orders. Lieut. Sewall Took the quarter 
gard peraded them before the whipping jjost and one 
of Capt Jacksons men received 100 Lashes for Deny- 
ing his Duty. Dismissed the pickquit aftei- gun firing. 

11 a Soldier Received 50 Lashes for insolent Language or- 

12 dered on fatigue to work; another Received 500 for in- 

listing twice — took a party of 40 men and yoked them 
together and made oxen of them and Drew timber 
into the Fort. 

13 Drew 4 Days Salt & 3 fresh provision. 2 Sutlers Died 

with the Small pox. a Regular Soldier put under 
our guard for impodent talk and before they had time 
to send him to their guard there came 20 of the Reg- 
ulars with their Clubs and Took the prisoner and ran 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 269 

away ; our guard and picket all under arms and Sur- 
rounded the Block house took 2 of the mob and sent 
them to their own guard — 2 or 3 guns fired at them 
and one or 2 of them wounded and the Camp all in 
Confusion ; after a great Deal of Difficulty got Reg- 
ulated. Lieutenant John Kichmon confined to his 
tent soon after. 

July 14 Crownpoint July ye 14 / 1760. 

this day a Regemental Court martial set at the presidents Tent 
by order of Brigadier general Ruggies Esq. to Try James Carsey 
William Dillerue henry Bo}^ & Jacob Hersey all of Capt Jenks 
Company Confined by S** Jenks for writing of orders to the Sut- 
lers and sining (signing) of them theirselves &c &c. 

Capt Humphrey Chadbourn 

President 
r Lieut Bradbury 

■X, 1 I Lieut Bavley 

Members < -r ■ , iir-" i " 
Lieut Wicker 

Lieut Boyonton 

this Day Ensign Frost came hear from putmans post 6 miles from 
here 

the prisoner James Carsey apeared before the court & being ex- 
amined plead guilty and Bed"* the mercy of the Court ; it is there- 
fore the opinion of the Court that James Carsey Receive 250 • 
Stripes on his Naked Back. 

William Dillerue being Brought before the Court plead guilty 
and Beg the mercy of the Court. 

tis therefore the opinion of the Court that William Dillerue Re- 
ceive 150 Stripes on his naked back. 

Henry Boj^ being Brought before the Court pled Not guilty; and 
by evidence Received 'tis the opinion of the Court that he is not 
guilty he is therefore acquited. 

Jacob hersey being Brought before the Court pled not guilty ; by 
evidence given he is guilty 'tis the opinion of the Court that he 



270 APPENDIX. 

shall receive 50 stripes on his Naked Back. Which was put into 
execution this morning. ReUeving the guard. 

July 15 one of the Regulars Whipt 75 Lashes for Strik one of 
Lt. fosters men. I ordered on fatigue. 
Took 80 men and went into the garden Dismissed 
them after gun firing. 

16 Mr. Sewall ordered on fatigue tomorrow. 

17 Lieut. Frost took the quarter guards. Nothing Remark- 

able to Day. 

18 Took a Walk into the Woods With 3 men ; went roimd 

the head of the Bay ; got some Elm rine to make a 
Bed ; arrived home at 12 oclock a very Smart Shower 
afternoon ; ordered to perade the men for prayer ; the 
first prayers I have heard since I Left Concord. 
Received a letter from Capt Brown at fort Edward 
Dated ye 10 instant With the Sorrowful News of the 
Death of Samuel Bradbury, ordered on fatigue to- 
morrow. 

19 Took 100 men With Capt Harris Lieut Bennet & En- 

sign Richards went into the woods and Drew timber 
Returned in after sunset very tired. Went on the 
perade heard prayers and Singing psalms. 
Sunday E. took 4 Days provision. 

Sent letters to york by mr. Bowler verj' hot weather. 
I ordord on a general cort martial tomorrow morning 
8 oclock. 

21 Cort martial adjourned till tomorrow ; took a walk in 

the woods 3 miles from hear with some gentlemen to 
get Rasberries; Returned Back at 7 oclock. Drank 
punch at pasons. Went to the perade & heard prayers. 

22 got myself in Rediness to attend on ye Court Martial ; 

the Court Still adjournd till tomorrow 8 oclock. Went 
down to the Lake to see Capt Jones Returned at 10 
oclock Went to the guard house Drank wine with 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 271 

Lie' Farnum, the officer of the guard. Returned to 

my tent at 1 oclock. 

Dined at 12 oclock. 

attended on prayers after Sunset. 

Crownpoint July ye 23 / 1760 
this Day a general Court martial set at the presidents Tent or 
house to Try Lieutenant John Richmons For Disobeying Colonel 
Haverlings orders and other things aleged against him &c. 
Whereof Briggader genl timothy Ruggles Was president. 
Capt Preble of the Regulars Judge Advocate. 
N. B. S** L' Richmon was found guilty and rendered incapable 
of doing Duty in the Service this campain and so Dismissd from 
the Service. 



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Major Hawk 

Colonel Saltenstall >i''«««<=i"«««» 

Capt Rose Rodiland 

Capt Bradford 

Capt Harris 

Capt Fellows 

Capt. L' Humfris 

Lieut Speers Rodiland 

Lieut Trip Rodiland 

Lieut Bradbury 

Lieut By run 

Lieut McLaws 



court martial sat at 8 oclock finished most of the Business and 
then adjourned till tomorrow 10 oclock. 

24 a number of the members met to coppy off the Result. 

25 this Day the Court Disolved. I went down to Ticon- 

deroga with BOO of Regulars Rangers & Rodilanders 
Loded each Batto with 20 Barrels of provision and 
arived at CroAvnpoint at 11 oclock at night and Landed 
1800 Barrels of provision. 

26 turned out at Revalle Beating and unloaded our Battos 

for weather still rainy most of the day. 



272 APPENDIX. 

July 27 this day as I am informed is Lords day and I have some 
Eeson to Believe it as there is the signal hoisted viz : — 
the flag and not only this But the people have began 
their Sabbath Day work viz : — Cursing and profane 
swearing and taking the name of God in vain. Ser- 
jant Dillewa ordered to ticonderoga with 7 men on 
express. 

the wether eleard off pleasant. 

ordered on the parade to attend on prayer & preach- 
ing — preach from Exodus 20*^ / 7'. cold night. 

28 took a walk into the Fort went on the perad & heard 

prayers as usual, afternoon Avalk Down opposite the 
New fort and heard a very fine sermon preached by a 
Regular Soldier. 

29 took the command of 60 men went down to the old fort 

and bald provision to the New fort. 

30 provintials taken to go to meet the hamshier forces & 30 

Regulars instead of them Dismissd them at sunset ; 
heard prayers as usual. Supt with Lieut foster. 

30 Lt. Sewall took the guard — a Regular Received 1000 

Lashes — one of Capt fellows men carried to the hospi- 
tal with the small pox — one of Capt pierces men died 
Last night, took a walk into the woods forenoon. 
Rote letters afternoon. 

31 Ensign Whiting relieved the guard, helped to prize the 

cloaths of Levi hatch diseased of Capt Jeffards Com- 
pany with Capt fellows & Ensign King; took walk 
into the woods with a number of ofiicers & pactisd ex- 
ercising. John Bunker & Solomon goodin & 2 more 
Deserted from the Raddo. 

800 of the hampshier got in this night almost starved. 
Rained all night. 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 273 

Aug. 1 Still Rainey weather tents Leak Cleared off a little at 
^» 9 oclock Showery all day ordered to take the picket 

^ this night, a Regular Soldier Received 1000 Lashes 

2 more to Receive 1000 each tomorrow morning. 3 
more forgiven, one provintial Received 50 Lashes, 
heard prayers as usual. 
2 took the picket went into the woods & hald 2 Lods 
of timber for the hospital — one of the Drummers 
tried by a Court Martial for not whiping the prisoners 
hard enough. A Detachment out of 1000 men out of 
all the Regements Embarked on Board the vessels to 
go down the Lake Capt Bradford Lieut Lucus Lieut 
Bailey of the massachusetts ordered with them, went 
with the picket afternoon and covered Battoes Dis- 
missd after gun firing, heard prayers as usual. 
Drew 4 Days provision this Day. Nothing Remark- 
able to Day. ordered on a Regemental Court Mar- 
tial tomorrow 8 oclock. 

Aug. 4 atended at S^ time appointed, fowl weather. 



CroAvnpoint August ye 4 / 1760. 
Agreable to the ordors of Brigadear general Timothy Ruggles 
Esq. the Regemental Court Martial sat to try all prisoners Brought 
before S*^ Court. 

Capt Nathaniel Bailey President. 

Members. 
Lieut Dummer Sewall Lieut John Bradbury Lieut John Frost 
Ensign Jere^ Chubb uk. 

peter Linsey of Capt Martains Company Confined for mutinous 
Talk and Theft, the prisoner being Brought plead not guilty; 
by evidence given he is guilty of part. 

therefore tis the opinion of the Court that the prisoner peter 
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274 APPENDIX. 

Linsey Shall Receive 250 Stripes on his naked Back with a Cat of 
Nine tails. • 

Richard galleway of Capt Baileys Company Confined for mutin- 
ous Talk & Swearing, the prisoner being Brought plead not 
guilty ; by Evidence Brought to the Court he is guilty. 

therefore tis the opinion of the Court that the above S'' prisoner 
Shall Receive 40 Stripes on his Naked Back. 

Patrick Collins of Capt Hearts Company Confined for Deny- 
ing his Duty when ordered by a Corporal — by Evidence it apj)ear8 
to the Court he is guilty. 

tis there opinion therefore that the S*^ prisoner patrick Collins 
Shall Receive 20 Stripes on his naked Back. 

the above said Court Martial finished at 3 oclock afternoon the 
Result Carried to the Brigadear and aprooved off by him. 
Likewise put in execution this Evening after gun firing, 
ordered to take the quartet tomorrow. 

Aug. 5 took the guard, had a number of gentlemen to see me in 
the afternoon — a Regular Soldier taken by the Indians 
Sometime after (not legible), badly wounded the guard 
Reduced to a Serjant. thundered & Rain first part 
of the night. Wet in the guard house. 

6 Carried my report to the Bi-igadear this morning his Re- 

ply was " I thank you Sir." nothing Remarkable to 
Day had a good Dinner of Baked meat & peas, went 
in the woods & exercised — heard prayers as usual. 

7 took 3 Days provision of all Species took a walk in the 

woods. 

this day the Enemy was Discovered Near the Block 
house as was Reported — an Express arivd at 2 oclock 
with ordors to go forward ordors to get things in Red- 
iness by Sunday, ordored on fatigue tomorrow, 
heard prayers as usual. 



BBABBURY MEMORIAL. 275 

Aug. 8 took a party of 60 men with Liet. Saward, lielpd to Lode 
ye Raddo with artillery 250 of the hampshier forces 
Drafted out and joind major Rogers. Received Let- 
ter from Brother Jas. old York Dated 17 of June. 
9 no fatigue men Sent for to Day all the outposts ordord in 
immediaetly. the Camp making preparation to Em- 
bark at the Least warning. 

Liet Sewall ordord to take a party of men and En- 
camp Xear the granedeers fort till further ordors. 

10 200 or 300 of the New Recruiters got in this Day. 

Richard galleway of Capt mortons Company tried by 
Court martial for mutinous talk and Received 900 
Lashes on his naked Back ; — 
heard a sermon preachd from Joshua ye 14 cfe 6. 
ordors to Embark tomorrow morning. 

11 Struck our tents at gun firing imbarkd on board at 11 

oclock. 

Set off at 10 oclock under ye Command of Colonel 

Haverlin with 5433 men Rowd 8 miles Landed on a 

Sandy point Set out guards & Lodged on Board ye 

Battoes. 

12 Set off at 7 o'clock; fair weather. But the wind against 

us Landed at Buttenmold Bay at 3 oclock. 

the Days very hot Nights cold. 

Lodgd very uncomfitable on ye oars ; taken Bad with 

ye Camj) Disorder. 

13 Set off at 9 oclock the wind Still against us. Rowd 3 

miles ordord Back with 6 Battoes to help tow ye Leg- 
ganear. Kept her in tow till 10 o'clock at night then 
cast & joined ye Regement ; Slept till Light in ye 
Battoes. 



2*76 APPENDIX. 

Aug. 14 & then set off the wind fair But fowl weather; at 8 

^ oclock ye ^\\v\^i & Rain increased to a very great Degree 

^ the Seas Ran very high and we Xarrowly escaped being 

jj-j Either floundered or Dashed to peases against ye Rocks. 

S. one of Capt Bradstreets men fel over & was Drowned. 

^ another shot through ye Bod3\ 

g 5* at 2 oclock we arived at Chyles island & Landed Safe, 

•-' 7^ the Lake 8 or 10 miles wide one Canoe of ye Rangers 

g Q .Cast away & 7 men Lost, one more of ye provintials 

£' c Drownd. Set out guards & peraded our selves on 

I - Board ye Battoes. 

shj g- 15 Set off with a fair wind & Showery ; arived at Lenote 

, Island at 2 oclock ordord on picket with Capt Martain 

^' & Ensign gilson ; the picket consisted of 50 men Set 

^. out 16 sentries ; the Regulars movd their Battoes & 

%. took our ground, we ordord to Land ye first when we 

= Struck ye Shoar at St Johns. 

Aug. 16 Set off at 4 oclock arived within 2 miles of ye fort at 3 
oclock and Landed without opposition, 
ye vessels Began to fire on ye fort & continued till 
night very moderate. I still very Bad with ye purg- 
ing ; took Coivmand of ye picket guard Set ye Sen- 
tries & Laj' on our arms. But not Disturbd ; the 
nights extreem cold — a few guns from our vessels this 
night but none from ye Enemy. 
17 ordord to Carry our Battoes Down to an Island 3 miles 
off and Land our provision & take 8 Days alowance. 
this morning an unlucky afair hapned ; one of ye Small 
Raddoes was ordord to go very near the foi't the 2* 
Shot they Received from ye fort one 12 pounder, come 
through ye fashens and Cut off Both Capt Cleg's feet 
by his ankles, carried away ye Calf of Christopher 
Langlys Leg Nathaniel marsh Both his Legs Broke 
off, Robert townsend the pan Bone of his Knee & 
Shin Carried away. 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 27T 

James union one Leg by his Knee ; the Cajit & Na- 
thaniel Marsh Died after having their Legs cut off. 
ordord up to ye Brestwork to join our Companies & 
Dismissd ye picket Lodgd under a few Bushes in a 
Swamp. 
Aiag. 18 the army went and Cleard a Rode & Built a Bridg 
almost opposite ye fort — Rainey weather and nothing 
to Shelter us. But a few bushes the water and mud 
half Leg Deep and I very weak & poorly with the 
Camp Disorder and can get nothing to help me ; got 
a tent this night and Lodgd Dry. 

19 ordord to Strike our tents & march DoAvn within half 

mile of ye fort; marched through a Low Sunken 
Swamp and went to Building a Brestwork ; the french 
Came Down on a Little point to Erect a Battry ; a 
a few Shots from our Battries Soon Drove them off. 
2 of ye Rangers Kild Last night ; Built a Brestwork 
to Keep ye Enemy from ye woods, But Nothing to 
Keep ye cannon Balls from ye fort Except the trees. 
2 Shots from ye fort this Day which cut several trees 
over our heads But Did no Damage ; one of them we 
got. Slept well tonight on a wad of hemlock on ye 
ground tho weak & poorl}^ 

20 this morning as our guard was Comeing in there came a 

french Deserter & Deliverd himself to Capt Butter- 
field Who sent him Directly to ye generall. 
unsettled weather & Rain 8 or 10 Shots from ye fort 
which cut of ye trees near our Carap one or 2 men 
wounded. 

ordord on picket tonight Avith Capt Jackson & Ensn 
King. 

Set the sentries & Stood to our arms all night ; had a 
very uncomfitable Night as it rained very fast the 
chief of ye time — one 6 pounder came from ye fort as 
wee ware Setting on ye Brestwork within 6 feet of my 
head which we got. 



278 APPENDIX. 

Aug. 21 this Day all ye officers in Camp ware obliged to turne 
out to Build a Breastwork to Keep off the Cannon 
Ball Avhich came from ye fort as we are very Near ye 
fort ; one man wounded from ye fort to-Day ; 3 or 4 
more this afternoon — one of Capt fellows Serjants 
Named frost had his arm Shot off — fired Briskly from 
ye fort at our Batteries that ware not finished. Lay 
Down this night in peace But had not Lain Long Be- 
fore every man in Camp was ordord to stand to his 
arms and Line ye Brest work from end to end as there 
had been Enemy Discovered & so Exj^ected, 
But nothing Remarkable this time. Lay Down till 
towards Day when one of the Sentries fired at Some- 
thing he Knew not what, which alarmed ye whole 
Camp from one end to the other & he was the Best 
man that could fire first as they thought But thi-ough 
the goodness of god no Dammage Done Xeither from 
ye enemy nor from us. 

22 Very pleasant this morning and all firing Still as yet. But 
very Little firing to Day till towards Night when it 
Began Something Smart tho I have heard of no Dam- 
mage as yet. 

major Rogers got 8 french prisoners Last night which 
gave acount that general Amherst was near ; made 
all ye officers obliged to work very hard Building and 
finishing ye Breastwork. I ordord on fatigue tomor- 
row — went to Bed in peace tho Xot weU — Rained 
hard all night. 

*23 took a party of men & helpd to mend ye Bridg to Draw 
ye cannon & make a Brestwork Near the Battery, & 
workd not only in Sight of ye fort But within musket 
Shot where I could see ye french walk on ye walls. 
2 men Kild & Scalpd to Day by ye Indians Near our 
first Breastwork ; one of ye Battoes 60 feet long & 16 
wide is now fit to play on ye fort But waits till the 
other one is finished ; finished all ve Battoes at 12 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL 279 

oclock at 3, all ye musick in camp playd 10 minutes 
and then opend ye Batteries and playd on ye fort & 
plaid from all quarters wliich soon made the houses 
fly to peases. 

Received one shot from them which cut off a Regu- 
.ar's thigh — continued firing till after sunset, and then 
ceased till one o'clock at night when our men endeav- 
ored to cut away the Boom. The enemy fired with 
small arms very smart which caused all our artillery 
to play on them, which soon stilled them. We con- 
tinued playing till day. A little cessation for the value 
of an (h)our at a time. Know not as yet what dam- 
age is done. Boom partly cut off. 
Aug. 24 This morning our artillery begun to play briskly on them 
again — One Bun ( ?) burst m ye air last night and the 
peaces came into camp but did no damage. Jonathan 
Door went out with 8 of the light infantry and in 4 
days brought in three persons for which Col. HaverUn 
gave him 32 dollars, besides other things ; those that 
went out with him 8 dollars each. These prisoners say 
General Amherst is within 50 miles of Moreal (Mon- 
treal) . Rainy, cold and uncomfortable weather. An 
unlucky shower of musket balls came from ye fort last 
night when we were erecting a new battery, which 
wounded one officer and 14 men. Engineer Warren 
received a ball in his back which lodged near his back- 
bone — but likely to recover. Sergeant Furbush his 
right hand shot quite off, his left broke, by which 
means he lost his life. Our artillery played on them 
briskly last night. 
25 A very fair, pleasant morning ; firing ceases but little. 
The enemy attempted (to) come out against us with 
their grand (not legible), but the wind drove her to- 
ward our shore, the rangers kept up such a fire on them 
after shooting the Captain's head off, the others were 
glad to surrender on any teims. We pursued the 



280 APPENDIX. 

schooner and other vessels, and by night we had com- 
mand of all the vessels — took a number of prisoners 
and some cannon, besides other plunder. All the picket 
guards in camp called for to go to their relief. 20 pris- 
oners were taken this afternoon — three of them officers. 
A shot from ye fort cut the neck bone of a young man 
clean off which killed him instantly. I (was) ordered 
on ye Royal Battery Guard — took 34 men with ensign 
Taylor and marched down opposite ye fort through a 
prodigious swamp within musket shot of ye fort and 
ye sentries, and staid within ye batteries with Lieut. 
Blakery of ye Regulars all night and all day, and by 
next night they threw 800 shells in the fort. I was 
relieved at 12 oclock at night by Capt. March — fowl 
weather. Lt. Sewall went on board of one of the 
French prizes to stay. 
Aug. 27 This morning the enemy opened a battery against one 
of ours, and at 6 o'clock began to play briskly — but 
our 24 pounder soon stilled them. They begun to play 
from all the batteries and continued very smart on 
both sides until 2 o'clock. An unlucky shot from the 
enemy set our magazine on fire which blew one pro- 
vincial 40 feet in the air and burned his life out, killed 
one regular (and) wounded others. I (am) ordered 
on picket to-night with Capt. Jackson and Ensign 
Childs. At two o'clock this night, there came a French 
deserter which gave an account that the French had 
left the island ; at four o'clock there came 15 or 20 
more which gave the same accoimt. 
28 This morning the regulars and the rangers took posses- 
sion of the island & fort, the picket relieved and re- 
duced to a Sergeant and 12. The others ordered to go 
to draw ye cannon and put them on board ye shipping. 
A sergeant and 6 men of ye rangers followed ye French 
army overtook a Doctor, took him back and took from 
him to the (amount) of 15 dollars each, chiefly in 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 281 

cash, one silver watch, A man in the siege was going 
along to the suttler's with a dollar in his hand, a can- 
non ball came and struck the dollar away and cut his 
fingers off. I (am) ordered on duty tomorrow, but 
being taken with a pain in my head and eyes, I could 
not go. 
Aug. 29 The artillery all embarking on board, the vesselsendeav- 
ored to proceed to St. John, 

30 Ordered to strike our tents at 5 o'clock and embark on 

board the battoes. Fowl weather and everything in 
confusion. The weather cleared off at 4 o'clock and 
we set off — arrived at St. Johns at 5 o'clock. The 
enemy burned the fort and most of the houses and 
fled to moreal (Montreal), Ordered to pitch our tents 
— got them in readiness — ordered to lay on our arms 
till further orders. Ordered to move nearer ye right 
and pitch our tents. Lodged in peace though in an 
enemy's country and but a little distance from Moreal. 
Major Rogers had a small brush with the enemy. Lost 
2 killed besides wounded. Took seven prisoners. 
One man on guard heard guns at Moreal. 

31 By all that I can learn from my almanac it is the last day 

of ye month. Tis Sunday and I heard there was a 
prayer made this morning, though I had not a chance 
to hear it or any other since I left the point. Received 
two letters from home. As much difference between 
preaching here and what I used to hear, as between 
blessing and cursing. Ordered to throw up entrench- 
ments, to defend ourselves as we expected a visit from 
ye enemy every day. Ordered not to entrench as we 
expect to move soon. Took a walk into the fort when 
it was all burning to ashes — 10 or 12 chimneys stand- 
ing — 2 of ye houses 4 stories high : one vessel on ye 
stocks and one burned. The fort not very strongly 
fortified. The land round it clear and level, about 10 
acres, but no improvement except one small garden 



282 APPENDIX. 

whicli was destroyed. The niglit extreme cold and 
frosty. Ordered to strike our tents tomorrow morning 
at Revielle beating. 
Sept. 1 Struck our tents and got ready according to the time 
and waited for orders till 4 o'clock and then set off. 
Rowed half a mile and then stopt — advanced ye 
pickit and slej^t in ye battoes. 

2 Our men discovered track of ye enemy — Set off at 8 

oclock, came down the falls half a mile long; the 
water very shoal and very swift, and rocks plenty 
which makes it very difficult to go over ; arrived at 
St Theresa's at 11 oclock, 8 miles below St. Johns. A 
considerable number of houses standing in pleasant 
places — good land for grass or grain. Half a mile 
back on the road, a very fine field of wheat, peas oats, 
and other fruit, though we are not allowed to take 
an3i:hing on pain of death. Jordan with a party of 40 
men to go to the 17 regiment to receive orders. Or- 
dered to go into the woods to cut brush and pickets to 
build breast- works dismissed them at sunset. 

3 A very cold Storm of rain. Major Rogers went to 

Chamble and took three prisoners — one an officer — 

4 Very pleasant morning. A detachment of 2 officers 6 

subs, and 140 privates to go to Chamble. Took a 
walk this afternoon in the village and saw plenty of 
women & children : at night Major Scain arrived here 
from Chamble with 30 Frenchmen who refused to 
fight and desired liberty to enjoy their estates which 
was granted to them ; also an account that the fort 
was given up. 

5 Four french officers belonging to Chamble took a walk 

through our camps this evening. A large detachment 
from the Provincials and Light Infantry this day to go 
and take possession of Chamble. At two oclock, a 
party of rangers arrived here from General Murray 



BRADBURY MEMOBIAL. 283 

with 6 French Officers — Seden of Murray's Rangers 
with them ; a number of horses brought likewise. 
Sept. 6 Ordered to take 6 days allowance of pork and flour and 
hold ourselves in readiness to move tomorrow and join 
General Murry — A very hot day. 

7 The French inhabitants employed to draAV our artilleiy, 

provisions and baggage with 200 horses & wagons — 
ordered to strike our tents at 12 o'clock and take 2 
days allowance more, and march for Moreal. March 
from St. Theresas at 12 and arrived at Chamblee at 4 
oclock. Made a little halt and then marched on 
through villages and woods, till 12 o'clock at night, 
and then ordered to halt and lay on our arms — fowl 
weather and rainy all night and nothing to cover us 
except the clothes we had on — the baggage wagon was 
not ordered but we passed the night somehow. 

8 Ordered to march at sunrise — Moved on through vil- 

lages and might have got sauce, but were not allowed 
time to eat or drink. But through Divine Goodness, 
at 1 o'clock we arrived opposite the famous city of 
Moreal (Montreal) — a very beautiful place— so much 
fatigued with my march that I am scarce able to stand. 
Just as we arrived, the news came that the city was 
given up to General Amherst ; ordered to move for- 
ward and encamp. Got a little milk of a French- 
woman which revived me a little. 

9 A very pleasant morning and the city appears exceeding 

beautiful, but am not allowed to go over. Took a 
walk back in the woods. Ordered to strike our tents 
to-morrow at daylight, to march back to Crown Point. 
10 March from Moreal at 10 oclock— Extremely hot 
weather. Marched very fast arrived at 3 o'clock on a 
plain where the French encamped when they left the 
Isle o nix — Paraded ourselves in their camps as our 
tents and baggage were bound to Chamblee by water. 
I (was) ordered on picket this night and nothing to 



284 APPENDIX. 

lodge on but the ground except a few bushes & no- 
thing to cover me but the heavens except a large 
cloud ; there was rain in great plenty all night : passed 
the night though with little comfort. 
Sept. 11 Ordered to swingjpacks and march at daylight. Ex- 
treme bad marching — Rainy and slippery. Arrived at 
Chamblee at 12 o'clock ; halted and ordered to make 
bush camps and lodge to-night. 

12 The battoes not arrived as yet and (we) are short on it 

for provisions. Spent the day in looking for the boats, 
but look in vain. 

13 Not an officer in camp — Scarce anything to eat. I sent 

out and got one quart of milk and 2 / — York for 3 lbs 
of bread. The battoes arrived at last — the provisions, 
some stale and some spoiled — had not time to cook 
any. Marched off and arrived at St. Theresa's at 
Sunset and ordered to pitch our tents — Ordered to 
strike tents at day-light and embark on board the bat- 
toes. 

14 Set off at 6 o'clock arrived at St. John at 12. Stopped 

till all the Heet arrived ; one of Ca2)t. Morton's men 
badly burned by his horn ketching on fire in a French 
house. Set off at 2 o'clock ; arrived at the Isle o' Noix 
at 8, paraded on board the battoes, took our sick on 
board, 

15 This morning, and set off at 8 o'clock — overcast weather 

and some rain all day — Rowed 20 miles and landed in 
a little harbor. 

16 Set off at day-break with a fair wind — arrived at Crown 

Point at 12 o'clock at night ; paraded in ye canoes. 

17 Carried our battoes around the Point and brought our 

things up and encamped. Received a letter from 
York and wrote two letters to York. 

19 Nothing remarkable to-day. 

20 Still unsettled weather, took a walk round the camps in 

the garden. 



BRADBURY ME MOB I A L. 285 

Sept. 21 This day the storm just set in. Nothing remarkable 
this day. 

22 All the Rangers that have arrived are ordered to cany 

ye battoes back to the Isle o'noix. Lt. Sayward gone 
with them. A very sickly time in camp at present. 

23 The weather pleasant & fair this morning. 

24 4 Regimental Court Martials this day in camp. Capt. 

Moulton, President of one — Members Lieut. Magee, 
Lt. Boynton, Ensign Gilson, Ensign Wheelock. Rainy 
afternoon and night. 

25 Still fowl weather. The IT"" Reg', and chief of ye ves- 

sels arrived here to-day. Nothing remarkable for this 
day, only I heard a prayer this night on parade, after 
that one of Capt. West's men received 500 lashes. 

26 The weather cleared off warm — took a walk in the woods 

and find myself very weak. Roland Young died this 
morning. Ordered to draw 4 day's allowance of fresh 
beef to-day. 

27 This day Jonathan Door arrived here and saitli as he 

was coming over Moreal river with a Lieut and 3 
privates of the regulars, the canoe was overset by 
which they all lost their lives except himself and he 
swam ashore but lost 25 guineas and 3 fine guns. I 
was chosen with Capt. Moulton, Lieut Foster and 
Lieut Leonard to prize the things of Rowland Young 
and Hichard Maddox dead of Capt Jefferd's Company. 

28 Foul weather and Rainey. 5 or 6 men carried out of 

camp with small jjox — one from our company. 

29 Wet and cold, uncomfortable weather. 

30 Ordered on fatigue to-day. Stormy weather so that I 

was obliged to quit work. Dr. Williams died to-day 
of small pox. 
Oct. 1 Still fowl weather and cold. Took a walk into the woods 
3 or 4 miles to S. M. B. 24 men of the first and second 
batallion carried to ye hospital with the small pox 
since we came here. 



zoo APPENDIX. 

Oct. 2 Aftei- 5 days of foul weather, we have this one day fair. 
Col. Haverling arrived here to-day from Moreal. Heard 
a short prayer this evening. One of Capt. Willard's 
men received 100 lashes for leaving his work. Lieut 
Sayward set off for Moreal with an express. 

3 Joseph Allen died to-day. General Johnson arrived here 

this evening with some of his Indians. 

4 Still pleasant weather. 2 Sergeants of ye 2d Battalion 

died last night. 

5 Orders to move the sick near the hospital with their tents. 

6 Ordered on fatigue this day. Took a party of 100 men 

with Capt. Howe and Ensign Whitney to carry Rocks 
for barracks. 

7 James Springer died last night. Helped to prize (ap- 

praise) the clothes of 2 dead men of Capt. Brown's 
Company. 

8 This morning at 4 o'clock Ensign Frost died, and this 

evening was decenth" buried. Lieut. Warren, Lieut. 
Foster, Lieut. Boynton, and Lieut. Goodenough, 
bearers. 

9 Six men died in ye new Hospital last night. Called on 

this day to prize 2 dead men's clothes, of Capt Silas 
Brown's Company. Heard prayers this evening. 

10 Major Hobble and Capt Fellows went off this day with 

a party of invalids to Albany. 

11 This day the clothes and things of Ensign Frost were 

prized by order of Major Gerrish — Prizers, Capt. How, 
Lt. Humphrey and Lieut. Bancroft. 

12 This day the guns and cartridge boxes of the sick and 

dead were ordered to be turned in. Heard a short 
sei-mon this afternoon preached by Doctor Felps, one 
of our Chaplains from second Kings 9 — 22. Ordered 
on fatigue to-morrow. 

13 Took 40 men and went to the west side of the lake with 

8 battoes, and loaded them with wood for the lime- 
kilns ; returned at at 1 o'clock. This night the long 
expected storm set in. 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 287 

Oct. 14 Rainy weather all day. One of Capt. Herrick's men 
carried ont of Camp with the small pox, near on ye 
turn. 

15 The weather cleared off cold. General Amherst arrived 

here this morning and ordered the sick to be sent off 
soon. This day received a letter from my father dated 
York ye 10"^ of September — paid one shilling — hke- 
wise two for Ensign Frost, deceased. 

16 Orders for the men to turn out at 8 o'clock and wol'k till 

4 afternoon for the feetes. A regimental Court Mar- 
tial held this daj^ — Capt. Moulton, President Lt. Sew- 
all, Lt. Humphrey, Lt. Willard and Ensign Woolcat, 
members. 

17 Helped to prize the things of one of Capt. Whitney's 

men. 

18 Nothing Remarkable. 

19 Took a party of 100 men with Capt. West and went to 

raft timber for one of the redouts — a pleasant morn- 
ing but a storm soon set in which caused us to quit 
work at 12 o'clock. 

20 Lt. Say ward anived here this day from Moreal. 

21 Lt. Farnum of Capt. Baron's Company died this morn- 

ing, and this evening was buried. 

22 Cold weather and snow this day, 

23 1 Field Officer, 3 Capts. and 6 Subs, went off this day 

with invalids through No 4 wood. Jordan on fatigue 
today very much unwell this past 2 days — took 30 
men and drew timber into the fort. 

24 This day a party of invalids Avent off by the way of Al- 

bany. This day a general court martial for the trial 
of all prisoners. One man of Capt. Moulton's Com- 
pany died this day. 

25 A very Smart storm last night. Cleared off this after- 

noon — 3 men carried out of camp with small pox this 
day. Jordan on a court martial tomorrow. 



288 APPENDIX. 

Oct. 26 This day a Regimental Court Martial set by order of 
Brigadier Ruggles for the trial of all prisoners. 
Capt. John Martin, President. 
Members : 
Lt. Spauldin 
Lt. Robinson 
Lt. Bradbury 
Ens. Chubbuck. 
Corporal Nathaniel Blackendon was tried for disobe- 
dience of orders denighing his duty — and was sen- 
tenced to be broken, and do duty in the ranks and 
shall receive 25 lashes on the bare back. 

27 A party went this day to help the sick that went through 

number 4 which had got 15 miles and could go no 
farther. Gen. Amherst embarked for Albany. 

28 Moderate weather. 

29 Took 30 men down to the Granidear fort and assisted 

the Carpenters. Col. Thomas' Regiment arrived from 
Isle a'noix. 

30 Pleasant weather. 

31 Major Herri ck set off for home. 
Nov. 1 Cold, overcast Aveather. 

2 Cleared off warm and pleasant. 

3 Col. Willard and some others set off for New England 

to-day. 

4 Took a party of men with Capt McFarlan and drew tim- 

ber into the fort — finished by 1 o'clock. 
5 & 6 Nothing remarkable. 

7 I am ordered on a Court Martial. 

Capt. Samuel How President. 
Lt. Bradbury. 
Lt. Washburn 
Ens. How 
Josiah Millbourn was tried for disturbance in camp 
and sentenced to receive 30 lashes. Sentence afiirmed. 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 289" 

Nov. 8 overcast weather. 

9 Stormy weather — Jordan on duty. Orders for the 1st 
and 2d Battalions to return in their arms this day. 

10 Took a party and carried stones out of the trenches. 

Josiah Webber taken sick with the small pox. 

11 Pleasant weather for ye season. Yesterday the guns of 

the fort were discharged in honor of the day. 

12 Raw, cold weather and the mountains covered with snow. 

Capt. Chadbourne and Lt. Frost ordered off with the 
sick, through no. 4. A very cold storm set in. 

13 Extremely cold and snow fell 6 inches deep. Jordan to 

take the guard this night. 

14 Fair weather but extreme cold. Relieved this evening 

by Lt. Wheeler. Ordered on fatigue to-morrow. 

15 No fatigue men called for to-day, it being so cold. 

16 Ordered this morning to go to Ticonderoga for provis- 

ions. Extreme cold weather — the wind directly 
against us — arrived at the mills at sunset — loaded our 
battoes and set off with the wind against us still, and 
arrived at Crown Point at 12 o'clock at night. Still 
raw and cold. 

17 Orders this evening to strike tents at day-break, and 

march to Ticonderoga and take provisions, and march 
to No. 4 and from thence to winter quarters. 

18 Extreme cold this morning. Marched off at 10 o'clock, 

arrived at Ticonderoga at 3. DreAv provisions and 
arrived at the lauding at 6. Set off and rowed till 3 
o'clock at night, and encamped near Sabbath Day 
Point. Paraded ourselves on the ground. 

19 Set off at daylight, arrived at Fort George at 11 o'clock. 

Breakfasted and set off at 12 and arrived at Fort Ed- 
ward at 8 o'clock, extremely fatigued, and some 
lodged in a little nest under ground with Lt. Stiles. 

20 Set off at 9 o'clock ; arrived at Saratoga at 2 o'clock 

and dined. Set off at 4, arrived at the "Create fly" at 

8. Lodged at Mr. Brown's. 

19 



290 APPENDIX. 

Nov. 21 Set off at half after 6 — breakfasted at Stillwatei-, arrived 
at "half moon" at 12 and dined at a Sutler's hut. Set 
off at 3 o'clock with one horse and 4 men ; with diffi- 
culty got over the "four sprouts" at sunset. Arrived 
at widow Schuyler's at 8 much fatigued and with 
much difficulty got entertainment, viz : one bed for 
4 of us. 
Note. I got liberty of the Brigadier to go by way of Albany. 

22, Set off at sunrise ; arrived at Albany at 11 o'clock and 
l>reakfasted. Completed part of my business and ar- 
rived at Greenbush at 2 and dined at the widow Lum- 
eses (Loomis). Set off at 4 and with much difficulty 
arrived within 13 miles of Kinderhook, being very 
lame, and through good Providence met with a house 
and lodged on a little straw. 

23 Set off at day-break and arrived at Kinderhook at 10 

o'clock, much fatigued. Breakfasted at Mr. Van Bu- 
ren's — got our horses up at 4 o'clock and set off — ar- 
rived at the stone house at 8 and lodged there. 

24 Set off at 7 o'clock, arrived at Lovejoy's at 8 and break- 

fasted. Very rainy weather and bad riding. Arrived 
at Sheffield at 12 o'clock and dined with Ensign King 
at his father's. Got our horses shod and rode 3 miles 
— arrived at Da vises at 9 o'clock, lodged there. 

25 Set off at 6 o'clock — rode 4 miles, breakfasted at Mr. 

Sliaddrake's ; the weather cold and bad riding. Ar- 
rived at Westfield at 8 o'clock — put up at a Mr. In- 
gersols. 

26 Set off at 6 o'clock — arrived at Springfield at 8 — put up 

at Mr. Churches & breakfasted. Rode 15 miles and 
dined at Scott's. Set off at 3 witli much difficulty 
arrived at Brookfield at 8 o'clock. Put up at Mr. 
Nicolses. 

27 Set off at 8 o'clock this morning with a very severe 

storm in our faces. Rode 23 miles, arrived at Worces- 
ter at 5 o'clock and put up at Mr. Sternses. 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 291 

Nov. 28 Set off at sunrise — arrived at Concord at 4 o'clock — put 
uj) at Mr. Munrows. 

29 Set out at 6 o'clock — dined at Cyrus Foster's at Ando- 

ver — arrived at Boxford at 6 o'clock ; tarried with Lt. 
Foster at his father's. 

30 Fair weather but cold. Went to meeting. 

Dec. 1 Rode from Boxford this morning at 7 o'clock, arrived 
at Haverhill at 11 o'clock : dined at Mr. B. (name not 
legible). Set out at 3, arrived at Hampton Falls at 6 ; 
put up at Mr. Levet's, the house full of countrymen 
and nothing but noise and confusion. 
2 Set off this morning at 8 o'clock and arrived at Old 
York at 1 o'clock, found all things well and friends in 
good health. 
Nothing hajjpened more than common till the 12* of March 
at 2 o'clock at night, there was a considerable shock of 
an earthquake, followed soon by another. 
Apr. 26 This day beating orders arrived to me by Capt. Moul- 

1761 ton from Governor Bernard to enlist men for another 
campaign, but on considering and with much difficulty 

I refused them on the 28"^. 
Apr. 18 This day received a letter from Boston to give my an- 

1762 swer whether I would go into the service this yeai- — 
Sailed for Boston ; arrived at the Capitol at 9 o'clock 
at night. Landed the soldiers at Castle William at 9 
in the morning. 

22 Sailed up to Boston. Went to church in the forenoon. 

23 Gave in my answer and excepted. 

24 Received beating orders and ordered with Ensign 

to return to York and recruit 75 men. 

25 Sailed from the Long Wharf in Boston with Capt. Da- 

vid Bragdon at half after 12 and arrived at York Har- 
bor at 8 o'clock. 
29 Set out for the Eastward, arrived at Littlefield's at 2. 
Set out at 3 o'clock, arrived at Kimballs at 5. 



292 APPENDIX. 

Apr. 30 Rode to Cape Orpus (Porpoise) enlisted 4 men. Set off 

at 6 arrived at Wells at 9 — enlisted 3 men. 
May 1 Set off, nrrived at York at 0. 

2 Received a letter from Colonel Sparhawk to be ready by 

the first of ye week. Set out after meeting to see ye 
Colonel, not arrived home yet. Lodged at Kittery. 

3 Arrived home at 1 o'clock ; listed one man. 

6 This day received news from Col. Sparhawk that he was 
sick in Salem and ordered to be in readiness when he 
arrived home. 
9 The Colonel arrived home very much unwell, and order- 
ed to bring the men down to his home and pass muster. 
14 This day mustered the rest of the men and embarked 

on board at 12. 
16 Set sail at 8 o'clock, the wind directly against us, and 
made Cape Ann. 

18 Becalmed in Boston Bay: the wind sprang up and we 

arrived at the Castle at 5. Went to see the Governor. 

19 Breakfasted with Capt. Phillips Captain of the Castle. 

30 Went to Boston and drew lOG dollars. Likemse receiv- 
ed beating orders from His Excellency for recruiting 
regulars for His Majesty's Service. Ordered to march 
our men to Springfield without loss of time. Set off 
from Boston at 4 o'clock afternoon ; put up at Water- 
town. Fine shoAver to-day. 

21 Marched 4 miles — breakfasted at Brown's. Set in for a 

storm — proves short. Marched 25 miles. Put up at 
a private house, (irood entertainment. 

22 Marched 4 miles— drank milk punch at Eames (?). Ar- 

rived at Webster at 12 o'clock. Dined at Mr. Brown's. 
Drew provisions for 4 days. Xo camp equipage and 
nothing to carry provisions in. 

23 Hired a horse at Worcester to go to Springfield to get 

the billetting. Rode within 16 miles of Springfield, 
met Mr. Goldthwaite. Rode back 10 miles to a 
tavern — made up the billetting roll and received the 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 293 

money : arrived at Springfield at 11 o'clock. Put up 
at Mr. Bliss. Dined with Col. Ingersol and Col. Gold- 
thAvaite and others. 
May 25 This day the men arrived. Deny taking their billitting 
with difficulty — pursuaded some to take them. Drew 
camp Equipage and ordered to march off to Albany 
tomorrow. Lt. Woods was ordered to take command 
of the men and march them to Albany 

26 I set out from Springfield at 8 and rode Avithin 6 miles 

of Worcester. 

27 Arrived at Worcester at 6 this morning. Breakfasted 

at Capt. Sternses. Set off at 9, arrived at Warren's 
at 8 o'clock. Patrick Digney, one of the party that 
joined iis at the Castle, died here this evening. Thun- 
der, lightning and rain. 

28 March 10 miles before breakfast. Marched to Cambridge 

by 12 o'clock. Dined at Mr. Bradishes. Arrived at 
Boston at 3 o'clock which makes 32 miles since 4 
o'clock this morning 
31 Enlisted James Hambleton to-day, and got him down to 
the Castle. 
June 1 Set out fi-om Boston at 3 o'clock, arrived at Salem at 8 : 
imbarked on board Capt. Winn. Set sail at 10, with 
a moderate breeze. 

3 Ai-rived at York harbor at 8 o'clock. 

4 Came ashore — rode down to Kittery Point. Set up my 

notification to enlist men. 
8 Did my Indeavor to recrute men but find them come 
slow. 
18 Rode to Portsmouth. 

20 Went down to Biddeford. Lodged at Mr. Bradbury's. 
Dined at Mr. Eaton's at Wells. 
July 14 Received orders to be in Boston the 22d. 

20 Took departure from York ; lodged at Newbury. 



294 APPENDIX. 

July 21 Breakfasted at Ipswich — arrived at Salem Ferry at 10. 
Arrived in Boston at half after four : jiut up at Capt. 
Ford's, much fatigued. 

22 Waited on the Secretary of War at his office and re- 

ceived secret orders. Set out at Old York at 4 oclock. 

23 Arrived at Newbury at 5 oclock — put up our horses 

at Mr. Greenleaf's, the tavern. 

24 Set off at 7, arrived at York at 6. 

26 Set out after a deserter — arrived at Berwick at 12 — dined 

at Lord's. Set off from Berwick at 10 o'clock at night 
and arrived at Lebanon at 1. Laid by till 4. Way- 
laid the house where we thought the deserter was but 
found he was not there : went to the house where he 
was, but he going through the side of the house, made 
his escape into the woods. 

27 Set out from Lebanon for home, arrived at Berwick and 

dined at Mr. Gowins : arrived at York at 5 oclock. 

28 This day is by authority set apart as a day of prayer. 

Heard Mr. Lyman preach. 

29 Set out to the Eastward to take deserters. Lodged at 

Biddeford. 

30 Arrived at Falmouth at 4 o'clock. The deserters having 

got Avord of my coming got clear of me. 
Aug. 4 Arrived home. A very dull time for news. No busi- 
ness going on, the earth drying up and everything 
looks with a gloomy aspect. And what seems to be 
worse still, the people stupid and senseless under the 
Judgment of Almighty God. 

10 Rode to Cape Neddick but find no men. 

11 This day was tried before a number of Justices of the 

peace James Davis, on suspicion of his having been 
the means of the death of John Semore, but finding 
no sufficient proof against him, he was set at liberty. 
16 Set out after deserters. Rode to Kittery, Berwick, Som- 
ersworth, Cocheco and Mogester (?). But none to be 
enlisted or taken. 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 295 

Aug. 17 Rode around Kittery but all in vain. 

A few entries follow this one, of much the same tenor. He 
did not succeed in enlisting many men nor in arresting deserters. 
Peace was soon after firmly established, and there was no further 
call for ti'oops for active service. 



296 APPENDIX. 



975 
Edwakd^ Bradbury (Edward^, Reuben^, Jacob^, Wy- 
iiiond*, Wymond^, Wymond^, Thomas^), learned the 
printer's trade in the office of David Tucker of Port- 
land, and worked at the business in Woburn, Cam- 
bridge, Barre and Worcester, Mass., and in Charleston, 
S. C. At the breaking out of the war of the rebellion, 
he enlisted and served for about a year in the depart- 
ment of the Gulf. He was at the seige and surrender 
of Port Hudson. He came home much broken down 
in health and did not re-enter the service. He married, 
April 26, 1864, Ellen Corey Roberts, who was born 
April 26, 1841. He carries on the job printing busi- 
ness at 242 Washington street, Boston. 

Children : 

1674 i Mabelle Ward», b. May 7, 1865 ; d. June 9, 1885. 

1675 ii Nellie KobertsS b. Aug. 1, 1867. 

1676 iii Marion Elizabeth^, b. Oct. 21, 1869 ; d. Dec. 16, 1870. 

1677 iv Ednah^, b. July 11, 1872; d. Jan. 31, 1873. 

1678 V Ralph^ b. July 21, 1874. 

1679 vi Jessie^ b. Oct. 27, 1877; d. May 21, 1883. 



INDEX 



INDEX 



Of the Descendants of Thomas Bradbury of Salisbury, Mass., 
contaixed in this volume. 



17— 
1770 
1754 
1762 
1778 
1814 
1802 
1810 
18— 
1805 
1787 
1819 
1806 
1825 
1828 
1819 
1813 
1826 
1810 
1822 
18— 
18.39 
IS- 
IS— 
1822 
1832 
1846 
1840 
1827 
1841 
18— 
1807 
1845 
1830 
1809 
1822 
1832 
1837 
1841 
1842 
1851 
1847 
1857 
1843 
1853 
1857 
1855 



A. 

Andrew 
Abuer 
Ammi R. 
Ammi R. 
Andrew 
Archibald M. 
Andrew 
Albion 
Ammi R. C. 
Asa 
Abner 
Andrew S. 
Albert G. G. 
Andrew 
Albion K. P. 
Albion K. P. 
Ansel 
Arthur G. 
Ammi R. 
Adoniiam J. 
Albion P. 
Andrew R. 
Alwyn 
Alphonso 
Albion H. 
Andrew 
Alfred W. 
Albert W. 
Albert F. 
Augustus TJ. 
Arthur 
Alfred 
Andrew J. 
Alonzo R. 
Aaron N. 
Albion E. 
Albert L. 
Anson 
Augustus 
Ahban F. 
Arthur H. 
Albert H. 
Albert H. 
Augustus F. 
Almon 
Abner P. 
Avery B. 





1857 


Arthur W. M. 


1660 


167 


1866 


Albert C. 


1670 


248 


1880 


Aldeu G. 


1673 


271 


1656 


Ann 


11 


276 


1666 


Ann 


14 


325 


1702 


Ann 


23 


409 


1701 


Ann 


44 


452 


1702 


Anna 


45 


674 


1731 


Abigail 


64 


682 


1743 


Anne 


68 


684 


1736 


Ann 


72 


700 


1738 


Abigail 


•73 


755 


1742 


Anna 


80 


816 


1731 


Ann 


82 


828 


1741 


Abigail 


134 


851 


17— 


Abigail 


153 


883 


1784 


Almira 


176 


891 


1765 


Abigail 


182 


897 


1777 


Anna 


200 


915 


1765 


Anne 


212 


929 


1773 


Abigail 


216 


944 


1764 


Anna 


245 


965 


17— 


Almira 


261 


985 


1752 


Anna 


269 


993 


1759 


Abigail 


274 


1014 


17— 


Abigail 


293 


1035 


1785 


Anna 


300 


1058 


1780 


Abigail 


330 


1086 


1789 


Abigail 


338* 


1102 


1785 


Abigail 


342 


11.31 


1789 


Anna 


344 


1145 


1771 


Abigail 


359 


1151 


1789 


Abigail 


382 


1215 


18^ 


Angeline 


405 


1258^ 


1822 


Almira S. 


412 


1274 


1800 


Abigail 


420 


1303 


1807 


Almira 


432 


1312 


1818 


Almira H. 


437 


1357 


1834 


Abigail H. 


439 


1423 


1797 


Abigail S. 


459 


1439 


1814 


Amanda 


482 


1.523 


1819 


Ann E. 


494 


1.526 


18— 


Abigail 


504 


1.534 


1797 


Amelia 


518 


1596 


1810 


Adeline 


540 


1619 


1806 


Abby 


542 


1627 


17- 


Anna 


567 


1659 


1792 


Abigail 


581 



300 



INDEX. 



1810 
1804 
18— 
17— 
17— 
1807 
1816 
1824 
1826 
1829 
1833 
1825 
1843 
18— 
18— 
1822 
1847 
1849 
1856 
1849 
1830 
1845 
1821 
1836 
1840 
1833 
1834 
1843 
1839 
1854 
1873 
1824 
1830 
1843 
1846 
1847 
1880 
1845 
1833 
1842 
1849 
1883 
1863 
1854 
1853 
1854 
1858 
1852 
IS— 
1865 
1868 
1850 
1854 
1857 
1869 
1863 
1860 



Abigail 
Alma L. 
Amanda 
Abigail 
Anna 
Aclisah 
Adeline 
Abigail F. 
Adelia 
Alcia J. 
Ann M. 
Adelia L. 
Ann E. 
Ai-delle 
Angnsta 
Abigail A. 
Anna L. 
Alice C. 
Annie L. 
Alice W. 
Ann M. 
Augusta 
Abigail 
Ann S. 
Augusta 
Amanda 
Abigail P. T. 
Alsena 
Ann M. 
Alice 
Alta 
Almira 
Adeline K. 
Addie 
Anna E, 
Adelia 
Angerone E. 
Agnes F. 
Amanda K. 
Ann S. 
Abbie J. 
Alice G. 
Anna B. 
Anna C. 
Anne M. 
Alice May 
Anna Jane 
Alida 
Augusta 
Alice E. 
Anne D. 
Abigail 
Ada J. 
Agnes E. 
Amy 
Algenora 
Ada A. 



617 

649 

676 

695 

704 

718 

822 

844 

845 

877 

879 

902 

973 

984 

987 

1049 

1063 

1064 

1076 

1089 

1103 

1120 

1148 

1179 

1253 

1260 

1313 

1324 

1350 

1364 

1377/> 

1399 

1410 

1425 

1428 

1451 

1463 

1472 

1481 

1483 

1491 

1510 

1513 

1524 

1527 

1532 

1538 

1556 

1578 

1582 

1591 

1604 

1624 

1626 

1634e 

1664 



1714 


Benjamin 


39 


1716 


Barnabas 


40 


1744 


Benjamin 


126 


1745 


Benjamin 


147 


17— 


Benjamin 


262 


1792 


Benjamin 


266 


1769 


Benjamin 


311 


1791 


Benjamin 


353 


1800 


Brice 


356 


1775 


Benjamin 


360 


1802 


Benjamin B. 


465 


1811 


Bion 


491 


17- 


Benjamin 


570 


1803 


Benjamin 


598 


18- 


Benjamin 


672 


1809 


Benjamin 


716 


18— 


Benjamin F. 


737 


1813 


Benjamin 


752 


1825 


Benjamin F, 


778 


1822 


Benjamin 


830 


1810 


Brice B. 


888 


1812 


Benjamin 


9114-5 


1808 


Benjamin T, 


914 


1829 


Benjamin F. 


1041 


1847 


Bion L. 


1088 


1852 


Bion 


1090 


1832 


Benjamin F. 


1173 


1853 


Benjamin F. 


1220 


1825 


Benjamin G. 


1280 


1824 


Benjamin F. 


1298 


1844 


Benjamin F, 


1337 


1858 


Bruce 


1366 


1847 


Benjamin F. 


1455 


1849 


Benjamin F. 


1567 


1861 


Bial F. 


1652 


1727 


Betliulab 


62 


1760 


Betsey 


181 


1764 


Batte 


238 


1773 


Betsey 


250 


1756 


Betty 


272 


1778 


Betsey 


310 


1794 


Betsey 


335 


1796 


Betsey 


354 


1787 


Bethula 


365 


17— 


Betsey 


379 


17- 


Bethula 


381 


17— 


Betsey 


574 


1806 


Betsey 


599 


1812 


Belinda 


618 


1803 


Betsey 


626 


18— 


Betsey 


738 


1814 


Betsey 


766 


1806 


Betsey 


898 


1797 


Betsey 


907 


18- 


Bertha E. 


1575 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL 



301 



1712 


Crisp 


38 


1722 


Cotton - 


60 


1777 


Charles 


174 


1767 


Charles 


213 


1775 


Charles 


227 


1786 


Crisp 


260 


17— 


Charles 


284 


1783 


Charles 


368 


1819 


Charles 


411 


1804 


Charles 


431 


1790 


Cotton 


443 


1790 


Charles 


446 


1837 


Cotton M. 


458 


1815 


Charles L. 


474 


1822 


Cotton C. '^ 


477 


1810 


Chaney C. 


480 


1814 


Cotton C. Lx^ 


487 


1798 


Charles 


519 


1795 


Charles 


521 


1796 


Charles 


522 


1811 


Charles W. 


556 


1802 


Charles 


623 


1799 


Cornelius S. 


637 


1816 


Charles William 


643 


1819 


Charles 


659 


1823 


Charles 


661 


1807 


Charles W. 


677 


1801 


Caleb 


681 


1794 


Christopher C. 


698 


1811 


Cyrus 
Charles E. 


720 


1819 


775 


1828 


Cephas 


787 


1812 


Charles C. 


806 


1813 


Cyrus 


820 


1828 


Charles C. 


&46 


1844 


Charles 


857 


1816 


Cyrus K. 


893 


1789 


Charles A. 


903 


1812 


Cyrus 


934 


1824 


Charles 


940 


1834 


Clarendon W. 


954 


1843 


Charles H. 


982 


18- 


Charles 


983 


1857 


Charles W, 


998 


1846 


Charles 


1021 


1841 


Charles S. 


1061 


1M2 


Charles E. 


1066 


1848 


Charles C. 


1070 


1862 


Charles M. 


10766 


1851 


Charles F. 


1073 


1837 


Charles E. 


1107 


1830 


Charles W. 


1116 


1841 


Charles 


1123 


1848 


Charles W. 


1127 


1840 


Charles A. 


ll;34 


1836 


Charles F. 


1182 


1837 


Charles B. 


1186 



1845 


Charles C. 


1192 


1858 


Charles M. 


1200 


1838 


Cornelius J. 


1201 


1841 


Charles W. 


1213 


1850 


Charles E. 


1245 


1835 


Caleb B. 


1247 


1846 


Caleb W. 


1270 


1850 


C^harles H. 


1271 


1840 


Custis 


1272 


1813 


Cyrus K. 


1276 


1819 


Clement A. 


1286 


1821 


Christopher C. 


1287 


1832 


Charles Freeman 


1291 


1829 


Cyrus S. 
Charles D. 


1301 


1828 


1305 


im 


Charles E. 


1326 


1855 


Civilion 


1342 


1842 


Charles 


1359 


1846 


Charles M. 


1370 


1848 


Charles 


1374 


1834 


Charles B. 


1402 


1850 


Charles 


1408 


1851 


Charles 


1445 


1857 


Charles H. 


1457 


1839 


Cyrus 


1496 


1841 


Charles 


1498 


1859 


Charles W. 


1508 


1877 


Charles K. 


1544 


1845 


Charles D. 


1554 


1848 


Charles F. 


1560 


18— 


Charles Fox 


1584 


1849 


Cornelius S. 


1588 


1848 


Cyrus K. 
Christopher C. 


1603 


1846 


1611 


1855 


Charles I. 


1625 


1854 


Charles H. B. 


1629 


1865 


Charles E. 


16;34/i 


1858 


Clarence S. 


1642 


1811 


Caroline 


338 


1830 


Caroline F. 


415 


18— 


Caroline 


417 


1814 


Caroline 


435 


1807 


Clarissa A. 


457 


17— 


Catherine F. 


500 


1703 


Caroline 


521 


1806 


Caroline 


538 


1808 


Charlotte 


539 


18— 


Caroline K. 


553 


18— 


Caroline K. 


559 


1798 


Catherine 


630 


1812 


Charlotte 


641 


1823 


Cynthia 


757 


1823 


Carthena 


785 


1797 


Catherine 


797 


1812 


Catherine 


813 


1834 


Caroline 


852 


1825 


Caroline 


1016 


1829 


Caroline L. 


1055 



302 




INDEX. 






1S65 


Catherine E. 


1076c 




E 




1844 


Charlotte A. 


1184 


1747 


Ebenezer 


99 


1825 


Cynthia 


1304 


.737 


Elijah 
Enos 


142 


1827 


Climena B. 


1309 


748 


148 


1839 


Comfort 0. 


1315 


1757 


Edward 


179 


1831 


Caroline P. 


1346 


759 


Ebenezer 


206 


1880 


Connie 


1377e 


1782 


Edward 


219 


1847 
1852 


Cornelia E. 
Charlotte 


1378 
1409 


7— 
1762 


Ephraim 
Ebenezer 


234 
237 


1845 


Carrie M. 


1440 


1773 


Edmund 


324 


1845 


Clarissa 


1447 


1809 


Enoch B. 


337 


1858 


Clara L. 


1529 


1784 


Elijah 
Enos Small 


341 


1871 


Clara A. 


1542 


1822 


397 


184() 


Christiana 


1602 


1811 


Edward 


401 


1850 


Charlotte A. 


1634a 


1803 


Edward 


422 


1866 


Carrie 


1634c? 


1796 


Enos 


375 


1860 


Cora B. 


1634/ 


820 


Edward G. 


490 


1851 


Catherine 


1639 


18— 


Ebenezer C, 


506 








1793 


Ebenezer 


509 




X> 




1805 


Elbridge 


541 


17— 


David 


157 


17— 


Ei^hraim 


589 


1771 


Daniel 


172 


1784 


Ebenezer 


601 


1759 


Daniel 


180 


1825 


Edward M. 


662 


1785 


David 


198 


1827 


Edward E. 


668 


1769 


David 


241 


18- 


Edwin 


680 


1763 


Daniel 


244 


1692 


Ebenezer C. 


692 


1764 


Daniel 


297 


1789 


Emery 


ion 


1785 


David 


364 


820 


Edward W. 


724 


1812 


David 


481 


821 


EuQene 


728 


1802 


David 


596 


806 


Elden 


748 


1797 


David B. 


610 


818 


Elden 


792 


1795 


Daniel 


623 


813 


Edwin 


819 


1834 


David 


670 


1813 


Elijah 


860 


1793 


Daniel 


709 


829 


Enos 


943 


1817 


David 


921 


1837 


Edward 


975 


1820 


Daniel 


1012 


1867 


Ernest C. 


1002 


1823 


Daniel S. 


1053 


824 


Edward 


1008 


1832 


Daniel S. 


1056 


843 


Edward E. 


1062 


1817 


Darius 


114(1 


841 


Edward V. 


1065 


1829 


David 0. 


1172 


849 


Edward E. 


1069 


18:36 


Daniel 0. 


1225 J 


849 


Edward L. 


1079 


1835 


Daniel W. 


1292 


843 


Edgar H. 


1082 


1849 


Daniel A. 


1371 


816 


Ebenezer 


1096 


1833 


Daniel O. 


1468 


835 


Ephraim 


1105 


1871 


Dana B. 


1672 


837 


Edwin C. 


1108 


1708 


Dorothy 


47 


1832 


Edgar 


1150 


1754 


Dorothy 


138 


1806 


Ebenezer 


1162 


1781 


Dorcas 


196 


8S6 


Edward E. 


1181' 


1781 


Dorothy 


201 


1827 


Edward A. 


1199 


1784 


Dorcas' 


308 


1840 


Elijah S. 


1263 


1782 


Deborah 


367 


1823 


Ebenezer 


1288 


1774 


Dolly S. 


584 


851 


Elden W. 


1340 


1823 


Dorcas 


794 


856 


Edwin E. 


1365 


1858 


Dauphine 


1205 


858 


Ernest C. 


1382 


1867 


Dora F. 


1572 


1839 


Edwin 


1422 


18— 


Daisy 


1577 


1861 


Elijah G. 


1437 



BBADBUEY MEMOBIAL. 



303 



1826 


Erastus G. 


1845 


Eugene L. 


1834 


Edwin F. 


ia39 


Emery W. 


1850 


Eben M. 


1843 


Edward P. 


1861 


Ebenezer 


1870 


Edward G. 


1841 


Edward 


18- 


Elmore D. 


1865 


Edward R. 


1861 


Elmer E. 


1871 


Emery W. 


1651 


Elizabeth 


1706 


Eliza^beth 


1738 


Elizabeth 


1734 


Elizabeth 


17— 


Elizabeth 


1731 


Elizabeth 


1741 


Elizabeth 


1742 


Elizabeth 


1755 


Elizabeth 


17— 


Elizabeth 


1727 


Elizabeth 


1739 


Elizabeth 


17— 


Elizabeth 


17— 


Eunice 


1764 


Esther 


1772 


Elizabeth 


1783 


Eunice 


1780 


Elizabeth 


1782 


Eleanor 


1788 


Eunice 


1800 


Eliza 


1791 


Eliza J. 


1813 


Elizabeth 


1821 


Emily 


1795 


Eliza 


18— 


Elizabeth 


1818 


Elizabeth 


18— 


Elenora C. 


17— 


Eunice 


1814 


Eliza S. 


1804 


Elizabeth 


1804 


Elizabeth 


1810 


Emilv 


1808 


Elizabeth C. 


1844 


Elizabeth 


1819 


Eliza 


1811 


Elizabeth 


1799 


Elizabeth 


1810 


Eliza 


1802 


Eliza C. 


1825 


Eliza H. 


1817 


Elizabeth n. 


1795 


Eleanor 


1827 


Eleanor 


1814 


Eliza 



1466 


1821 


Eunice 


1471 


1839 


Eunice J. 


1474 


1830 


Eunice M. 


1477 


1854 


Eva C. 


1501 


1837 


Ellen 


1519 


1872 


Elizabeth W. 


1525 


1835 


Eunice 


1583 


1834 


Elizabeth M. 


1595 


1846 


Emily F. 


1633 


1851 


Elenora C. 


1635 


1854 


Elenora C. 


1662 


1835 


Emily J. 
Elizabeth E. 


1665 


1826 


9 


1839 


Ellen 


46 


1889 


Esther C. 


57 


1825 


EHza C. 


65 


1854 


Elizabeth J. 


75 


1848 


Emily M. 


93 


1829 


Elizabeth A. 


97 


1829 


Elizabeth 


102 


1842 


Electa P. 


109 


1844 


Emma 


116 


1822 


Eunice F. 


119 


1843 


Emily G. 


133 


1835 


Eliza J. 


161 


1830 


Eleanor 


254 


1865 


Enola 


277 


1816 


Emily E. 


298 


18— 


Ella 


331 


1854 


Emma E. 


339 


1844 


Eliza 


363 


1837 


Eupheua 


371 


1830 


Elizabeth A. 


433 


1880 


Eliza L. 


460 


1854 


Emma A. 


486 


1856 


Emma F. 


495 


1874 


Ella A. 


533 


1872 


Essie I. 


547 


1849 


Emma A. 


549 


1859 


Emma L. 


558 


1866 


Esther M. 


586 


18— 


Ellen 


619 


1858 


Eleanor A. 


633 


1855 


Elura E. 


638 


1863 


Effie A. 


640 


1855 


Emma K. 


646 


1865 


Elsie F. 


759 






769 




F 


788 


1760 


Francis 


800 


1777 


Francis 


812 


1810 


Francis 


834 


1829 


Frederick S. 


867 


1803 


Francis 


872 


1799 


Francis C. 


90(5 


1841 


Francis H. 


924 


1844 


Frank H. 


935 


18- 


Francis E. 



956 
1010 
1025 
1052 
1076 
1106 
1118 
1128 
1135 
1137 
1174 

1179^ 
1187 
1183 
1198 
1226 
1237 

1245i 
1258 
1264 
1273 
1297 
1331 
1348 
1354 
1376 
1385 
1443 
1446 
1450 

14617 
1485 
1509 
1521 
1528 
1543 
1548 
1555 
1569 
1573 
1585 
1615 
1620 
1630 
1641 
1655 



222 
228 
427 
498 
555 
611 
972 
976 



304 




INDEX. 






18— 


Frank 


999 


1815 


Gibeon E. 


77a 


1858 


Frank M. 


1026 


1804 


Gibeon 


810 


1884 


Frank 


1031 


1810 


Gardiner 


838 


1885 


Fred 


1032 


1831 


Gardiner 


847 


1859 


Francis B. 


1075 


1819 


George W. 


864 


1839 


Frederic G. 


' 1081 


1814 


Gilbert G. 


892 


1838 


Francis A. 


1109 


1821 


Granville 


901 


1810 


Frederic T. 


1164 


1831 


George W. 


968 


1827 


Francis 


1171 


1837 


George H. 


970' 


1847 


Frank D. 


1193 


1839 


George A. 


971 


1860 


Frank E. 


1227 


1834 


George B. 


1057 


1847 


Franklin E, 


1244 


1853 


George E. 


1074 


1856 


Franklin 


1392 


1833 


George 


1104 


1838 


Franklin 


1415 


1858 


George O. 


1130 


1846 


Frank M. 


1418 


1852 


George W. 


1136 


1837 


Franklin 


1419 


1838 


George W. 


1176 


1851 


Frederick W. 


1492 


1852 


George G, 


1195 


1856 


Frederick W. 


1587 


1856 


George R. 


1222' 


1837 


Frederick L. 


1593 


1833 


Gibeon E. 


1223 


1854 


Francis W. 


1616 


1858 


George D. 


1230 


1645 


Frederick 


1645 


1839 


Gideon A. 


1329- 


1870 


Fred R. 


1648 


1833 


George B. 


1347 


17— 


Frances 


224 


1832 


George 


1355 


1808 


Frances 


545 


1848 


George 


1407 


1810 


Frances 


546 


1845 


George E. 


1433 


18- 


Frances 


554 


1849 


George 


1456 


1837 


Frances A. 


947 


1841 


George 0. 


1478 


1830 


Frances M. 


960 


1856 


George L, 


1507 


1838 


Frances A. 


1110 


1868 


George G. 


1515- 


1856 


Fanny W. 


1138 


1834 


George D. 


1521 


1835 


Frances A. 


1188 


1865 


George W. 


1535 


1844 


Frances A. 


1255 


1856 


George 


1644 


1830 


Fannie 


1306 


1872 


Guy 


1653 


1863 


Flora M. 


1444 


1868 


George O. 


1664 


1835 


Frances E. 


1475 


1818 


Gratia R. 


723 


1852 


Frances M. 


1504 


1836 


Georgiana 


1414 


1856 


Fanny M. 


1533 


1841 


Georgiana 


1417 


1877 


Fannie E. 


1549 


1864 


Georgiana 


1438 


1847 


Flora H. 


1559 


1868 


Georgie Anna 


1540 


1861 


Florence I. 


1561 




H 




1864 


Flora C. 


1571 








G 




1787 


Henry 


177 






1785 


Henry 


220 


1770 


George 


225 


1804 


Hiram 


378 


1779 


Gibeon 


315 


1825 


Henry P. 


413 


1802 


George L. 


388 


1808 


Henry 


426 


1825 


George F. 


407 


1804 


Henry W. 


537 


1828 


George 


414 


1811 


Horace J. 


679 


1831 


George F. 


442 


1822 


Horatio N. 


850 


1788 


George 


445 


1831 


Henry Alonzo 


870 


1808 


George 


452i 


1826 


Henry K. 


884 


1809 


George 


527 


18U0 


Hersey 


911 1-5 


18- 


George 


560 


1831 


Henry W. 


952 


1807 


George 


616 


18— 


Henry 


994 


1816 


George W. 


657 


1836 


Henry W. 


1018 


1830 


George W. 


669 


1842 


Henry C. 


1077 


18— 


Gibeon 


736 


1844 


Henry C, 


1132 


18— 


Gideon W. 


740 


1865 


Henry S. 


1231 



BBADBURY MEMORIAL. 



305- 



1839 


Horace R. 


1837 


Horace D. 


1848 


Horace K. 


1833 


Henry C. 


1815 


Hall J. 


1825 


Horatio T. 


1828 


Hazen 


183(? 


Heman L. 


1835 


Henry 


1844 


Horace A. 


1854 


Heber 


1826 


Hiram W. 


18;32 


Henry A. 


1851 


Horatio N. 


1830 


Henry A. M. 


1839 


Horace A. 


1826 


Heman P. 


1854 


Henry De W. 


1881 


Howard M. 


1855 


Henry P. 


1872 


Henry 


1866 


Herbert 


1750 


Hannah 


1746 


Hannah 


1742 


Hannah 


1767 


Hannah 


1773 


Harriet 


1781 


Hannah 


1773 


Hannah 


1766 


Hannah 


1794 


Hannah 


1795 


Hannah X. 


1805 


Harriet 


1821 


Harriet 


1786 


Harriet 


1793 


Hannah 


1793 


Harriet 


18— 


Harriet M. 


1790 


Hannah 


1820 


Harriet 


1797 


Harriet 


1805 


Hannah 


1827 


Hannah F. 


1815 


Harriet 


1808 


Harriet 


18— 


Hnlflah 


1811 


Hannah 


1824 


Harriet 


1834 


Hannah N. 


1826 


Harriet E. 


1824 


Hannah M. 


1827 


Hannah E. 


1814 


Harriet E. 


1826 


Harriet L. 


1808 


Hannah J. 


1863 


Hattie P. 


1839 


Harriet A. 


1844 


Hannah J. 




20 



1241 


1835 


Harriet A. 


1238 


1248 


1843 


Harriet L. 


1242 


1256 


1839 


Helen 


1268 


1283 


1838 


Hannah 


1320 


1284 


1828 


Harriet 


135a 


1308 


1832 


Harriet 


139ft 


1310 


1843 


Helen L. 


1432 


1314 


1832 


Harriet N. 


1461e 


1319 


1851 


Helen L. 


150a 


1352 


1877 


Hannah E. 


loia 


1391 


1862 


Harriet R. 


1550 


1400 


1854 


Hannah A. 


1562 


1412 


1863 


Hattie B. 


1581 


1430 


1863 


Harriet L. 


1591 


L461cZ 


1853 


Harriet A. 


1640 


1482 


ia58 


Harriet C. 


1646- 


1484 


1859 


Hattie R. 


1661 


1505 








1545 




I 




1606 

1649 

1656 

106 

"136 

146 

170 

226 

263 

304 

357 

374 

386 


1787 


Isaac 


343 


18— 


Ichabod 


730 


1837 


Isaac H. 


881 


1821 


Isaac W. 


1448 


1839 


Isaac S. 


1564 


1813 


Isabel M. 


899 


18— 


Ida 


988 


18— 


Isabella 


1144 


1839 


Irene P. 


1206 


18— 


Isabel 


1405 


1839 


Isabella S. 


1420 


1846 


Ida E. 


1462 


1858 


Ida M. 


1563 


424 
436 


1878 


Inez M. 


1658 


444 
469 




J 




516 


1647 


Jacob 


6 


561 


16.54 


John 


10 


580 


1658 


Jabez 


12 


621 


1667 


Jacob 


18 


624 


1693 


Jabez 


19 


627 


1697 


John 


21 


663 


1704 


Josiah 


24 


722 


1099 


John 


31 


734 


1701 


James 


32 


744 


1704 


Jacob 


34 


805 


1710 


Jacob 


48 


831 


1736 


Jacob 


55 


962 


1736 


John 


66 


1009 


1740 


Joseph 


67 


1013 


1724 


Jabez 


69 


1040 


1739 


Josiah 


79 


1045 


1732 


Jonathan 


83 


1114 


1727 


James 


91 


1139 


1738 


John 


100 


1228 


1749 


James 


105 


1232 


1752 


Jabez 


108 


1235 


1750 


Jacob 


113: 



306 


INDEX. 






1729 Jacob 


120 


1819 


Jotham C. 


489 


1749 Jabez 


129 


17— 


Josiah 


499 


1735 Joseph 
1788 Jacob 


130 


18- 


Jpsiah 


503 


132 


1795 


John 


510 


1743 Jacob 


135 


1801 


John 


513 


17— Jabez 


140 


1805 


James O. 


525 


1748 Joseph 


143 


1815 


Jonathan 0. 


528i 


1740 Jacob 


145 


1819 


Jonathan 0. 


530 


17— Jacob 


155 


1822 


John J. S. 


550 


17— Jacob 


162 


18— 


John K. 


551 


17— John 


163 


1779 


John 


5(54 


17— Jabez 


165 


1793 


Joseph 


571 


1769 Jabez 


171 


17- 


Jesse 


573 


1770 Joseph 


184 


17— 


Jabez 


575 


1772 James 


185 


1781 


John Stevens 


576 


1764 John 


187 


1799 


James 


(i06 


1776 Joseph 


194 


1801 


John 


607 


1779 Joseph 


195 


1807 


John T. M. 


608 


1783 Jotham 


197 


1800 


John 


612 


1780 Jeremiah 


199 


1796 


James 


629 


17— Josiah 


203 


1809 


Josiah C. 


635 


1773 Josiah 


205 


1820 


James 


644 


1763 John 


207 


1811 


Joseph S. 


647 


1751 John 


229 


1814 


Joseph 


656 


1760 James 


236 


1818 


James P. 


658 


1768 James 


247 


1825 


James P. 


667 


1775 Jacob 


251 


1805 


John 


671 


1778 Joseph 


253 


18— 


John Thomas 


678 


1781 James 


257 


1807 


Joseph 


685 


1785 John 


265 


17- 


James 


694 


1789 Jabez 


267 


17— 


Josiah 


701 


1753 John 


270 


17- 


Jabez 


702 


1769 Jacob 


280 


1823 


James 


725 


17 — Joseph 


283 


1819 


Jesse Lee 


727 


1763 Jabez P. 


296 


1831 


John S. 


739 


17 — John 


309 


1803 


John E. 


732 


1772 John 


312 


1821 


Jacob G, 


770 


1783 Jacob 


317 


1824 


Jotham B. 


771 


1771 Jacob 


323 


1816 


Jacob 


791 


1775 Joseph 


329 


1826 


James M. 


795 


1784 Jabez 


332 


1793 


Jacob 


797 


1790 Jabez 


345 


1801 


John G. 


801 


1776 John 


347 


1815 


Jacob 


814 


1777 Joseph 


348 


1815 


John A. 


821 


1783 Jacob 


350 


1833 


Josiah P. 


829 


1768 Joseph 


358 


1800 


Jabez 


833 


1789 Jacob 


366 


1806 


James C. 


836 


1786 John 


370 


1842 


James 


856 


1800 Jacob 


387 


1822 


Joseph 


865 


1806 Jabez 


390 


1827 


Josepli H. 


868 


1808 Jabez 


391 


1827 


Jabez 


876 


1812 John 


393 


1831 


Jabez 


878 


1806 Joseph 


425 


1800 


James 


886 


1821 John H. 


438 


1802 


Joseph 


887 


1801 Joseph 


451 


1820 


Joseph F. 


895 


1802 James W. 


455 


1818 


John B. 


900 


1800 John K. W. 


464 


1799 


Jacob 


008 


1790 Jotham 


468 


1814 


Joseph F. 
Jacob S. 


916 


1827 John W. 


478 


1828 


930 



BRABBUBl MEMORIAL. 



307 



1826 


James 


922 


1844 


John L. 


1502 


1827 


Julian 


942 


1866 


John H. 


1552 


1840 


John C. 


958 


1841 


James T. 


1565 


1829 


John A. 


967 


1854 


Julius O. 


1590 


1855 


James W. 


980 


1851 


John Q. 


1605 


18— 


Joseph H. 


991 


1858 


Jefferson 


1617 


1814 


John C. 


1003 


1859 


John E. 


1668 


1819 


John C. 


1006 


1638 


Judith 


3 


1816 


Josiah 


1011 


1645 


Jane 


5 


1839 


James W. jr. 


1019 


1711 


Jerusha 


27 


1883 


John B. 


1022 


1706 


Joanna 


35 


1850 


James 0. 


1025 


1704 


Jemima 


41 


1864 


James C. 


1028 


1718 


Jane 


51 


1847 


John E. 


1038 


17— 


Jemima 


59 


1816 


Jotham D. 


1046 


17— 


Jerusha 


76 


1854 


John J. 


1084 


1735 


Jemima 


90 


1818 


John M. 


1097 


1768 


Joanna 


190 


1824 


Jonathan 


1100 


1771 


Judith 


215 


1827 


John H. 


1115 


1753 


Jenny 


230 


1814 


John B. 


1142 


1754 


Janne 


231 


1808 


James W. 


1163 


1769 


Judith 


240 


1832 


John J. 


1166 


1792 


Joanna L. 


346 


1833 


John W. 


1168 


1800 


Joanna 


377 


1837 


James D. 


1189 


1813 


Jane 


402 


1842 


James F. 


1191 


1810 


Jerusha 


453 


1824 


Julius 0. 


1107 


1788 


Jenny 


467 


1843 


James 


1202 


1801 


Judith 


524 


1847 


Joseph 


1216 


1819 


Jane M. 


531 


1852 


Joseph S. 


1219 


1783 


Jane C. 


577 


1857 


John J. 


1229 


1780 


Judith 


591 


1846 


John T. 


1236 


1782 


Jane 


587 


1845 


John U. 


1243 


1809 


Jane 


673 


18:38 


Joseph P. 


1252 


1795 


Joanna 


798 


1849 


Joseph S. 


1267 


1815 


Jane S. 


840 


1827 


Joshua P. 


1281 


1840 


Julia 


855 


1829 


John Q. A, 


1282 


1825 


Joanna C. 


875 


1826 


James T. 


1293 


1818 


Jennie D. 


917 


1841 


John Q. A. 


1316 


1846 


Julia T. S. 


977 


1841 


John F. 


1323 


1866 


Jennie 


1029 


18— 


James 


1328 


1835 


Julia M. 


1042 


1841 


Jacob N. 


1330 


1846 


Josephine L. 


1078 


1836 


James M. 


1334 


1840 


Juliet 


1122 


1845 


Jesse T. 


1338 


1850 


Jenny L. 


1218 


1848 


James J. 


1343 


1831 


Juliette 


1246 


1839 


James M. 


1368 


1840 


Julia M. 


1249 


1844 


James 


1372 


1847 


Juliette E. 


1266 


1877 


Jay 


1377(Z 


1843 


Jane E. 


1269 


1824 


Jacob 


1394 


1875 


Jennie 


1377c 


1849 


James H. 


1397 


1827 


Julia A. 


1395 


1848 


Joseph H. 


1429 


1850 


Julia E. 


1479 


1842 


John F. 


1449 


1833 


Julia A. 


1480 


1849 


John F. 


1452 


18.52 


Juliet 


1613 


1839 


Jacob F. 


1461 /t 


1868 


Jennie L. 


1632 


1846 


James G. B. 


1461/ 








1829 


Joseph A. 


1467 




K. 




1832 


Josiah C. 


1486 


1817 


Katy 


768 


1835 


Josiah C. 


1487 


1848 


Kate 


1204 


1840 


John 


1497 


1855 


Kate D. 


1614 



308 



18— 
1813 
1810 
1805 
1809 
1818 
1821 
1823 
1819 
1841 
1837 
1850 
1849 
1843 
1860 
1868 
1846 
1851 
1858 
1854 
1861 
1861 
1725 
1754 
1767 
1758 
1784 
1808 
1816 
1806 
1814 
1806 
1812 
17— 
17— 
1810 
1812 
1814 
1821 
1836 
1835 
1830 
1810 
1822 
1862 
1844 
1846 
1839 
1850 
1835 
1828 
1842 
1842 
1871 
1856 
1853 
1853 



3L. 

Leonard G. 
Leonard 
Levi H. 
Lemuel 
Lorenzo 
Levi L. 
Levi L. 
Lewis L. 
Luther M. 
Lyman O. 
Louis P. 
Levi A. 
Leonard A. 
Lewis H. 
Lincoln G. 
Louis W. 
Luther M. 
Laura G. 
Leander A. 
Lucian L. 
Lemuel 
Linus E. 
Lucy 
Lucy 
Lydia 
Lucy 
Lucy 
Lydia 
Louisa 
Lois P. 
Lucius 
Laura de S. 
Lefe P. 
Lucy 
Lucinda 
Lucy 
Louisa 
Lydia 
Lucinda L. 
Lydia E. 
Louisa E. 
Lucinda 
Lucinda 
Lydia M. 
Lizzie 
Louisa A. 
Luella L. 
Lucy S. 
Lucy 
Louisa 
Lucy M. 
Lucinda A. 
Lucetta 
Laura 
Lillian 
Lydia H. 
Lydia H. 



INDEX. 






1830 


Lydia J. 


508 


1838 


Louisa M. 


717 


1871 


Dillie M. 


750 


1850 


Lydia A. 


761 


1857 


Lydia Y. 


818 


18— 


Leonora A. 


894 


1868 


Lydia I. 


918 


1869 


Lizzie 


950 






1147 




M 


1178 


1715 


Moses 


1239 


1731 


Moses 


1344 


1736 


Moses 


1441 


1755 


Moses 


1454 


17— 


Moses 


1530 


1781 


Moses 


1539 


1767 


Moses 


1558 


1784 


Moses 


1589 


1807 


Milton 


1621 


1808 


Marcus T. C. 


1622 


1818 


Moses K. 


1634c 


1806 


Moses G. 


1663 


1814 


Moses H. 


61 


1829 


Marion B. 


178 


1803 


Moses 


189 


1809 


Moses B. 


273 


1819 


Mathias V. 


306 


1816 


Moses 


399 


1817 


Martin 


404 


1852 


Marion L. 


466 


1843 


Mark P. 


492 


1811 


Moses 


650 


1845 


Morris 


653 


1862 


Marshall 


705 


1854 


Marion H. 


706 


1820 


Moses W. 


764 


1847 


Marion 


789 


1834 


Moses W. 


790 


1846 


Moses 


826 


1858 


Major 


853 


1643 


Mary 


880 


1708 


Maria 


925 


1708 


Mary 


938 


1734 


Mary 


1007 


1729 


Mariah 


1027 


1734 


Mary 


1067 


17— 


Maria 


1083 


1744 


Maria 


1124 


1727 


Martha 


1194 


1740 


Mary 


1261 


1758 


Miriam 


1300 


17— 


Mary 


1351 


17- 


Mary 


1361 


1746 


Mercy 


1377rt 


1758 


Miriam 


1381 


1738 


Mary 


1431 


1765 


Mary 


1453 


1770 


Martha 



1460 
1495 
1536 
1568 

1568i 
1634 

1635^ 
1636 



50 
121 
131 
150 
290 
316 
321 



479 
639 

690 
803 



910 

911 3-5 

920 

936 

937 

979 

1207 

. 1275 

1332 

1375 

1380 



1434 
1469 
1499 
1607 
5 



54 

63 

71 

74 

81 

88 

101 

114 

117 

127 

128 

139 

144 

169 

211 



BRADBURY MEMORIAL. 



309 



1780 
1760 
1771 
17— 
1772 
1768 
1784 
1768 
1782 
176!) 
1787 
1786 
1788 
1798 
1780 
1792 
1808 
1814 
18— 
1801 
1811 
1825 
1796 
1819 
1819 
1824 
1817 
1825 
1805 
1803 
1810 
1795 
1817 
1797 
1816 
1801 
18— 
1785 
17— 
1791 
17— 
1802 
1800 
1811 
1814 
1813 
181;] 
1804 
17— 
17— 
1807 
1608 
1801 
18— 
1808 
1817 
1818 
1792 



Mary 


218 


1810 


Mercy 


804 


Molly 


233 


1806 


Mary 


811 


Mary 


249 


1819 


Mary G. 


825 


Martha 


255 


1824 


Mary J. 


866 


Molly 


281 


1823 


Mary A. 


874 


Molly 


294 


1816 


Mary W. 


882 


Molly 
Mary 


307 


1809 


Mary J. 


933 


310i 


1821 


Matilda A. 


945 


Mary 


327 


1835 


Mary A. 


946 


Martha 


322 


1826 


Minerva 


951 


Mary 


333 


1836 


Mary E. 


955 


Martha 


351 


1832 


Margaret P. 


961 


Mary 


352 


1835 


Martha A. 


974 


Miriam 


355 


18— 


Mary F. 


989 


Mary 


362 


18- 


Mary Eliza 


990 


Mary 


373 


1817 


Mary J. 


1005 


Martha 


398 


1827 


Martha A. 


1017 


Mary 


403 


1820 


Meroe A. 


1048 


Maria 


418 


1826 


Mary E. 


1051 


Mary 


421 


1859 


Mary A. 


1076a 


Mary 


434 


1868 


Miriam L. 


1076(Z 


Mary 
Maria 


440 


1838 


Mary L. S. 


1085 


462 


1855 


Marcia D. 


1091 


Miriam S. 


476 


1840 


Mary E. 


1125 


Mary 


484 


1841 


Mary A. 


1126 


Matilda F. 


485 


1850 


Mary B. 


1129 


Mary L. 


493 


1810 


Mary 


1140 


Maria 


497 


1829 


Mary J. 


1149 


Mary A. 


501 


1810 


Mary 


1152 


Mary 
Mary L. 


514 


18— 


Mary J. 


1155 


515 


1830 


Margaret E. 


1165 


Mary 


517 


1835 


Mary J. 


1175 


Mary E. 


529 


1847 


Maria L. 


1209 


Mary 
Mary R. 


534 


1839 


Mary E. 


1211 


544 


1840 


Margaret E. 


1212 


Mary K. 


551 


1856 


Mary A. 


1257 


Mary K. 


557 


1852 


Mary 


1259 


Molly 
Mehitable 


578 


1832 


Mary E. 


1302 


585 


1824 


Mary W. 


1307 


Mary 


592 


1843 


Margaret 


1317 


Mary 


605 


1833 


Mary 


1318 


Mary 
Mary 
Mary A. 


613 


1849 


Mary E. 


1339 


625 


1841 


Melissa 


1360 


636 


1848 


Missouri 


1386 


Mary 


642 


1822 


Mary C. 


1393i 


Mary 


654 


1840 


Mary 


1403 


Martha 


655 


1849 


Martia 


1406 


Mary S. 


683 


1840 


Mary E. 


1416 


Mary 
Mary 
Margaret 


696 


1848 


Mary A. 


1435 


703 


1817 


Mary O. 


1459 


715 


1824 


Matilda 


1461a 


Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mahala 


719 


1837 


Mary W. 


1488 


731 


1871 


Marion E. 


1616 


742 


1867 


Mary B. 


3547 


749 


1864 


Mary R. 


1551 


774 


1862 


Millie M. 


1570 


783 


18— 


Mattie 


1574 


Mary 


796 


1863 


Marion 


1580 



310 



1842 


Martha F. 


1843 


Mary J. 


1866 


Mary A. 


1868 


Minnie C. 


1878 


May L. 


1882 


Mildred W. 


1870 


M. Alice 




IV 


17- 


Xeliemiah 


1788 


Nathan 


1798 


Nathaniel 


1795 


Nathaniel H. 


1806 


Nathaniel R. 


1809 


Nathaniel 


1812 


Nathan B. 


1833 


Nathan E. 


1801 


Nathan A. 


1806 


Nathaniel M. 


1821 


Nathaniel M. 


1842 


Nathan A. 


1834 


Nathan 


1863 


Nicholas S. 


1826 


Nathan O. 


1834 


Nathan C. 


1844 


Nathan T. 


17- 


Naomi 


17— 


Nancy 


1785 


Narcissa 


17— 


Nancy 


1800 


Nancy 


17- 


Naomi 


1791 


Naomi 


1780 


Nancy C. 


1808 


Nancy 


1813 


Nancy 


1817 


Nancy 


1821 


Nancy P. 


1818 


Naomi J. 


1812 


Nancy 


1837 


Nancy 


1825 


Nancy J. 


1870 


Nettie 


1841 


Nellie F. 




o 


1732 


Oliver 


1798 


Osgood 


1822 


Oliver H. 


1827 


Otis T. 


1845 


Oliver L. 


1821 


Osgood N. 


1768 


Olive 


17- 


Olive 


1807 


Octavia 


1819 


Olive 


1812 


Olive P. 


1806 


Olive H. 



INDEX. 




1599 


1825 


Olive 


1610 


1829 


Octavia 


1631 


1824 


Olive A. 


1647 


1843 


Octavia 


1650 


1878 


Ora M. 


1667 






1671 




1 




1758 


Paul 




1832 


Payson W. 


291 
319 
376 
448 
473 
666 
765 
781 
909 
911 
948 
1336 
1356 
1383 
14616 
1465 


18— 


Percy 


1880 


Perley R. : 


17— 


Phebe 


1775 
1774 

17— 
1797 


Polly 
Prudence 
Polly 
Paulina 


17— 


Polly 


17— 
17— 
1818 


Phebe 

Polly 

Pamelia 


1811 


Phebe 


1803 


Phebe 


1800 


Priscilla 


1723 


Priscilla S. 


1844 


Phebe E. 


1557 




1 


152 


1699 


Rowland 


159 


17— 


Rowland 


202 


1725 


Rowland 


259 


1780 


Reuben 


336 


17— 


Rufus 


380 


1810 


Reuben 


383 


1812 


Roswell 


603 


1805 


Rufus 


628 
688 


1813 


Royal J. 


1835 


Robert R. 


782 


1843 


Robert B. 


843 


1848 


Russell S. 


1047 


1845 


Robert P. 


1143 


1843 


Roscoe E. 


1262 


1875 


Richard R. 


1299 


1871 


Ray 
Rebecca 


1377 


1703 


1461 i 


17— 


Rebecca 




1729 


Ruth 




1748 


Ruth 


70 


1760 


Rebecca 


268 


17— 


Rebecca 


896 


1774 


Ruth 


1054 


1766 


Rebecca 


1265 


1759 


Ruth 


1461c 


1774 


Ruth 


183 


1786 


Ruth 


286 


1804 


Rebecca 


665 


1816 


Rebecca 


815 


1799 


Ruth 


890 


1794 


Rachel C. 


913 


1799 


Rebecca 



1121 
1151 
1214 
1637 



232 
953 
986 
1651 
158 
217 
243 
256 
449 
563 
572 
6(14 



746 
808 
1033 
1037 



22 

78 

87 

164 

258 



664 
927 



1426 

1427 

1470 

1563 

1657 

33 

58 

92 

104 

111 

168 

186 

279 

292 

313 



410 
450 
461 
512 



BBADBUEY MEMORIAL. 



31J 



17- 


Rebecca 


1800 


Euth 


1797 


Ruth 


18- 


Rachel 


1804 


Rachel 


1821 


Ruth 


1809 


Ruth 


1821 


Rebecca 


1820 


Rebecca 


1802 


Ruth 


1807 


Ruth S. 


1822 


Rebecca H. 


1817 


Rebecca H. 


1702 


Ruth 


1838 


Rachel A. 


1833 


Rebecca 


1854 


Rebecca I. 


1837 


Rowena J. 


1876 


Rosa I. 


1698 


Samuel 


1731 


Samuel 


1733 


Samuel 


1737 


Sanders 


1724 


Samuel 


1733 


Samuel 


17— 


Samuel 


1765 


Smith 


1768 


Samuel 


1766 


Samuel 


17— 


Samuel 


1769 


Samuel 


1790 


Samuel 


1781 


Simeon G. 


1777 


Samuel 


1793 


Samuel 


1811 


Samuel A. 


1804 


Samnel M. 


1817 


Samuel A. 


1816 


Simon P. 


17— 


Stephen 


1796 


Samuel 


1796 


Samuel 


1790 


Samuel 


1806 


Samuel F. 


1809 


Samuel 


17- 


Samuel 


1795 


Silas 


1802 


>imon 


1815 


Samuel 


1812 


Smith H. 


1821 


Samuel 


1817 


Simeon G. 


1798 


Samuel C. 


1808 


Silas 


1808 


Stephen L. 


1811 


Samuel L. 


1804 


Samuel G. 



588 

712 

730 

746 

747 

757 

763 

776 

793 

809 

817 

827 

863 

905 

1044 

1117 

1390 

1476 

1666 

28 
53 
94 
96 
118 
322 
151 
209 
210 
239 
289 
302 
320 
326 
361 
384 
408 
456 



5G6 
583 
594 
609 
634 
686 
697 
710 
713 
767 
772 
784 
823 
832 
837 
8S7i 
889 
912 



1811 Silas C. 

1839 Silas S. 

1828 SamuelL 

1847 Sumner T. 

1851 Simon A. 
1825 Samuel 
1818 Samuel H. 
18— Stephen D. 
1836 Samuel B. 

1848 Sanders 
1816 Samuel 
1827 Stephen 

1829 Simon A. 
1843 Stanton M. 
1850 Sylvester H. 

1852 Samuel C. 
18-15 SamuelJ. 

1853 Sam J. 

1857 Samuel P. 
1843 Samuel J. 

1858 Samuel K. 
1662 Sarah 
1710 Sarah 
1713 Sarah 

1729 Susanna 

1730 Sarah 
1736 Sarah 
1744 Sarah 
1744 Sarah 
1750 Sarah 

Sarah 
Sarah 



17— 
1739 



1750 Sarah 

1751 Sarah 
1771 Sarah 
1766 Sarah 
1765 Sarah 
17— Susan 

17— Sally 
1769 Sarah 
1771 Susanna 
1776 Sarah 
1791 Sally 
1782 Sarah 
1790 Sarah 
1795 Sarah 
1814 Sarahs. 
1837 Sarah W. 
1803 Sophia 
1812 Sarah 
1798 Sabrina A. 
1803 Susan P. 

18 — Sarah Jane 
1798 Sally 

1826 Sarah J. 

1802 Susan X. 

1816 Sarah E. 

17 — Susan 



1068 

108O 

1101 

1154 

1156- 

1170 

1217 

1277 

1289- 

1290 

1369' 

1379 

1398 

1489- 

149S 

1511 

1600 

164a 

13 

37 

49' 

52 

89 

95 

98 

103 

107 

115 

125 

137 

149 

242 

24(i 

278 

285 

295 

301 

30S 

314 

334 

340 

372 

385 

394 

41ft 

42* 

454 

40* 

471 

507 

62a 

532 

53ft 

54& 

56& 



312 




INDEX. 






17- 


Sally 


569 


1834 


Sarah A. 


1461/ 


1794 


Sukey 


582 


1847 


Sylvia 


1500 


1794 


Sally 


593 


1872 


Sarah M. 


1537 


1786 


Sarah 


602 


1839 


Sarah E. 


1594 


1803 


Sarah 


614 


1839 


Sarah A. 


1608 


1792 


Sally 


622 


1851 


Sarah M. - 


1618 


1814 


Sarah 


648 








1808 


Susan A. 


651 




T 




]810 


Sarah C. 


652 


1610-11 Thomas 


1 


1815 


Sally 


675 


1641 


Thomas 


4 


1815 


Sarah 


689 


1674 


Thomas 


17 


1790 


Sarah 


699 


1706 


Theophilus 


25 


1806 


Sarah 


733 


1699 


Thomas 


43 


18— 


Sarah 


743 


1736 


Thomas 


56 


1812 


Sally G. 


751 


1735 


Theophilus 


84 


1817 


Sarah 


754 


1737 


Theophilus 


85 


1806 


Sally 


761 


1736 


Thomas 


123 


1828 


Sarah 


779 


1775 


Thomas 


173 


1803 


Sophronia 


802 


1763 


Theophilus 


208 


1817 


Sally D. 


824 


1763 


Theophilus 


221 


1804 


Sally 


835 


1775 


Thomas 


282 


1813 


Susan C. 


839 


1778 


Thomas 


299 


1819 


Susan C. 


842 


1785 


Thomas 


■318 


1819 


Sarah A. 


848 


18- 


Theodore M. 


419 


1838 


Susan 


854 


1812 


Thomas 


428 


1846 


Sarah 


858 


1804 


Theophilus W. 


472 


1810 


Susan W. 


859 


18— 


Thomas 


562 


1815 


Sarah A. 


862 


1788 


True 


579 


1820 


Sarah 


873 


1785 


True 


691 


1790 


Sophia 


904 


1791 


Thomas 


708 


1S90 


Sarah 


921 


1831 


Thomas 


721 


1816 


Sally 


928 


1811 


Thomas 


735 


1883 


Sarah J. 


931 


18— 


Thomas 


741 


1825 


Sophronia 


941 


1826 


Thomas 


758 


1836 


Sophia C. 


963 


1804 


Thomas 


760 


1857 


Susan I. 


' 981 


1830 


Thomas P. 


780 


1815 


Sarah M. 


1004 


1837 


Thomas P. 


964 


1824 


Sophia A. 


1015 


1834 


Thomas C, 


969 


1826 


Sarah 


1034 


1841 


Thomas W. 


1020 


1843 


Sarah E. 


1043 


1820 


Theophilus 


1098 


1839 


Sarah M. 


1060 


1822 


Theophilus 


1099 


1812 


Susan 


1141 


1848 


Thomas P. 


1250 


18— 


Sarah A. 


1157 


1820 


Thomas M. 


1278 


1840 


Susanna 


1161 


1822 


True 


1279 


3834 


Sarah C. 


1167 


1844 


Thomas 


1325 


1815 


Sarah C. 


1203 


1847 


Theodore F. 


1333 


1849 


Sarah C. 


1210 


1853 


Thomas 0. 


1341 


1855 


Sarah J. 


1221 


1837 


Thomas C. 


1349 


1841 


Sarah E. 


1233 


1839 


Thomas 


1358 


1842 


Susan M. 


1234 


1838 


Thomas 


• 1367 


1836 


Sarah S. 


1251 


1849 


Thomas E. 


1389 


1817 


Sarah H. 


1295 


1830 


Thomas E. 


1401 


1841 


Sarah 


1321 


1850 


Thomas M. 


1612 


1831 


Sarah J. G. 


1411 


1845 


True 


1601 


1839 


Sarah 


1421 


1862 


Thomas P. 


1637a 


1850 


Susan M. 


1436 


1848 


Theodore R. 


1638 


18- 


Sarah G. 


1442 


1807 


Tamar L. 


502 


J822 


Sabina E. 


1461 


1835 


Thiza Maria 


885 



BEADBURY MEMORIAL. 



313 



1807 


Temperance 


1817 


Tryphosa 




V 


1846 


Vincent G. 


1850 


Virginia H. 


1849 


Vesta S. 


1853 


Virginia 


1637 


Wymond 


1649 


William 


1669 


Wymond 


1672 


William 


1695 


Wymond 


1699 


William 


17— 


Wymond 


1737 


Wymond 


1757 


William 


1744 


William 


173S 


William 


1763 


Winthrop 


17— 


Wymond 


17- 


William 


1783 


Wymond 


1781 


William 


1766 


William 


1769 


William 


17— 


William 


1759 


William 


1776 


William 


1783 


William 


1775 


William 


1791 


William F. 


1780 


Winthrop 


1816 


William 


1819 


William 


1810 


Wymond 


1819 


William 


1827 


William H, 


1793 


William 


1800 


William O. 


1816 


William B. 


1812 


Wyman 
William M. 


1800 


17- 


William 


1799 


William 


1805 


William S. 


1800 


William S. 


1805 


William L. 


1821 


William H, 


1797 


William 



911 2-5 


1805 


Wingate 


1285 


1816 


William H. 




1815 


William 




1798 


William 


1373 

978 
1059 
1388 


1817 


William S. 


1812 


William 


1844 


William W. 


1824 


William 


1848 


William F. 




1.^49 


William C. 




1842 


William D. 


2 


1840 


William H. H. 


8 


1843 


Washington I. 


15 


1840 


Walter S. 


16 


1847 


William C. 


20 


1814 


Wyer 


30 


1829 


Wyman C. 


77 


1841 


Wyman 0. 


86 


182!) 


William F. 


110 


1822 


William E. 


112 


1 845 


William J. 


124 


1834 


Walter C. 


141 


1842 


William 


154 


1815 


William H. 


156 


1830 


William G. 


166 


1843 


Wingate 


175 


18— 


William 


188 


1839 


William M. 


214 


1829 


William K. 


223 


1841 


William W. 


235 


1850 


William 


252 


18- 


William 


264 


1815 


Winthrop T. 


305 


1847 


William A. 


328 


1859 


WiUiam B. 


349 


1866 


Woodman 


395 


1849 


William M. 


396 


1862 


Walter E. 


400 


1869 


Wymond H. 


406 


1886 


William I. 


441 


1843 


William W. 


447 


18- 


William F. 


470 


1858 


William H. 


489 


1&53 


William E. 


528 


1842 


William T. 


535 


1858 


Willie L. 


568 


1852 


William R. 


595 


1859 


William S. 


615 


1862 


Walter C. 


631 




Z 


645 






660 


1823 


Zenas G. W. 


711 


1820 


Ziba H. 



714 
723 
753 
807 
841 
871 
966 
1050 
1071 
1072 
1087 
1111 
1113 
1119 
1133 
1153 
1159 
1177 
1180 
1196 
1208 
1224 
1254 
1294 
1311 
1322 
1327 
1335 
1345 
1362 
1387 
1405 
1458 
1490 
1512 
1514 
1522 
1531 
1541 
1546 
1566 
1576 
1579 
1586 
1609 



16346 
1634/7 



777 
1296 



314 



INDEX. 



INDEX. 



Index of Men who have Married Bradbury Women. 

A. 



Allen, Jeremy 
Allen, Elisha 
Appleton, John 
Allen, Isaac 
Austin, George 
Andrews, Simeon 
Adams, David 
Atkinson, Eufus 
Atwood, Ephraim 
Abbott, Griffith C. 



Buss, Rev. John 
Boggs, John 
Beard Samuel 
Boothby, Brice 
Brown, Abner 
Bragdon, Elihu 
Bacon, David 
Bvirbauk, John 
Bailey, Abner jr. 
Ball, John 
Bridges, Kufus 
Bridgham, Wm. 
Boulter, Wm. 
Bragdon, Joseph 
Bradbury, Jacob 
Bailey, Hudson 
Berry, Josiah 
Bryant, Charles F. 
Buttrick, Silas H. 
Bennett Elisha 
Butterfield, Daniel 
Billings, Wm. 
Bracy, James 
Boice, John 
Beede, Parker 
Boothby, Jonathan 
Bradbury, Gideon W. 
Bradbury, Nathan B. 
Butler, Charles 
Banks, Elias 
Babb, Nathaniel 
Berry, Leonard A. 
Briggs, John C. 
Blaisdell, Josiah 
Brown, Hartsen R. 
Balcb. Wm. J. 
Blanchard, Lucien M. 



69 

75 

81 

83 

91 

99 

121 

139 

179 

221 



77 
82 
82 
83 
85 
86 
90 
90 
91 
91 
92 
95 
95 
97 
97 
100 
102 
105 
109 
111 
123 
124 
131 
133 
133 
136 
137 
138 
139 
141 
144 
149 
149 
178 
192 
206 



Babb, Dr. Luther P. 
Bridgham, Levi 
Bordman, Morgan 



Cutter, Eev. Ammi R. 
Crosby, Watson 
Collins, Samuel 
Clough, Ebenezer 
Choate, Benjamin 
Crockett, Joseph 
Cutts, Hartley 
Caswell, Wilber 
Chandler, Rufus 
Coombs, Abiezer 
Carr, Joseph jr. 
Chandler, Anson G. 
Caster, John D. 
Conant, Wm. F. 
Chase, George 
Curtis, George S. 

Chute, 

Chandler, Augi;stus 
Caverly, Francis 
Cloutman, Andrew 
Cobb, Alonzo 
Chase, Abel 
Coffin, Henry 
Cummings, Daniel K. 
Crane, Andrew 
Carpenter, Dr. Wm. H. 
Child, Amos 
Cram, Gancelo 

o 

Dinsmore, David 
Dorman, Nathaniel 
Davenport, Thomas 
Davenport, Jonathan 
Davis, Benjamin 
Dimmick, Edwin 
Deai-born, Elias 
Dresser, Edmimd 
Daniel, Luther 
Duchesnay, Chas. L. J. 
Davis, James 
Doane, Enoch 
Davis, Wm. R. 
Davis, James V. 



221 



74 
77 
83 
87 
90 
97 
97 
100 
101 

loa 

104 
114 
115 
117 
117 
118 
120 
121 
124 
133 
134 
135 
154 
191 
201 
201 



8a 

85 

8& 

86 

90 

91 

95 

99 

119 

119 

123 

125 

191 

251 



BRABBUBY MEMORIAL 



315 



DB 




Haley, Joseph 


85 


Emery, Enoch 


106 


Harton, Obadiah 


87 


Emerson, Isaac 


124 


Hooper, Thomas W. 


89 


Edmundston, Nathan 


131 


Hill, Reuben 


93 


Emery, Mark 


139 


Hutchinson, Joshua 


93 


Emerson, Moses 


139 




93 




Ellingwood, George F, 


176 


Hamilton, Jonas 


98 


Ewell, Eleazer 


178 


Herring, Benjamin 


101 


Eaton, Edward A. 


195 


Hersey, Samuel 


101 


Ellsbery, Wm. S. 


209 


Hutchins, Isaiah 


101 






Hutchins, Jonathan 


101 


F 




Hachett, William 


101 






Howe, Algernon 


104 


Fox, Jabez 
Follitt, Gile 


72 
93 


Hoyt, Joseph G. 
Hughes, John 


112 
115 


Foster, Ezekiel 


94 


Hale, Moses 


115 


Foss, Obed 


94 


Hart, Theodore F. 


119 


Folsom, James 


94 


Hunkins, James 


120 


Flanders, Eev, Abner 


97 


Hutchinson, John 


120 


Fogg, James 


97 


Haskell, Micajah 


128 


Freeman, Samuel 


100 


Hill, Samuel 


134 


Foster, Stephen 


102 


Holman, A. H. 


135 


Fickett, George 


104 


Hobbs, Jacob 


137 


Fairbanks, 


115 


Hopkinson, Samuel 


142 


Farrington, Moses 


122 


Holbrook, Rev. Charles F, 


177 


Fellows, Issac 


132 


Harlow, Danforth L. 


206 


Fagan, Aaron 


134 


Hitchcock, Jesse D. 


209 


Flemming, John 


138 


Holt, Jones B. 


217 


Frederick, James W. 


159 


Holden, George A. 


221 


Field, Francis B. 


178 


Holden, Daniel W. 


221 


Folsom, Alden B. 


194 






Greenleaf, Samuel 


78 


I 

Ilsley, Isaac jr. 


76 


Gilpatrick, Thomas jr. 


93 


J 




Gray, Vincent 


136 




Gale, Stephen 


120 


Junkins, Luther 


106 


Gould, John 


121 


Jones, Joseph 


122 


Graves, Joseph 


121 


Jones, Rufus 


132 


Gross, Thomas A. 


123 


Jordan, Edward C. 


183 


Gilpatrick, Benjamin 


131 


Jefferson, Joseph L. 


189 


Grasheimer, Jacob 


132 


Johnson, Dr. James 


201 


Goodwin, Nathan 


139 


Johnson, James M. 


202 


Greenwood, Adelbert 


152 


Jarritz, Otto 


209 


Goud, Joseph E. 


176 


Jackson, Andrew J. 


221 


Goodwin, George C. 


177 


James, Lewis 


250 


Guptill, William 


192 






Goodwin, George C. 


229 


TC 




Groves, Oscar H. 


244 










Kirkpatrick, John 


77 


H 




Kelley, Anthony 


8 




Knight, Daniel 


8 


Hussev, Stephen 
Haskell, William 


77 


Kimball, William 


12 


SO 


Kirkpatrick, Francis A. 


13 


Head, Joshua 


82 


Kimball, Abraham L. 


13 


Harris, William 


82 


Kimball, Daniel 


14 


Herrick, Daniel 


83 


Kaylor, Samuel 


21 


Hale, Joseph 


8i 


Keene, Benj. F. 


22 



316 



INDEX. 



N 



Lowther, John 
Leavitt, Joseph 
Leavitt, Dauiel 
Linscott, Samuel 
Lord, Thomas jr. 
Leavitt, Benjamin 
Leavitt, Thomas 
Libby, EHas 

Loomis, 

Lowell, Reuben 
Lord, Eeuben 
Lord, John 
Lewis, John E. 
Lane, Joseph 
Linscott, Caleb 
Locke, George 
Littlefield, Dorrance 
Libby, Charles F. 
Lyman, Marshall H, 
Lynthicum, James T. 
Leo-allee, David W. 
Lawn, William E. 
Lawrence, William S. 
Lowry, Frank W. 

Moody, Caleb 
Merrill, Abraham 
Minot, John 

Moulton, 

Merrill, Samuel 
Mitchell, Jeremiah 
Moulton, W^illiam 
Moulton, Nathaniel 
Moody, Joshua 
Merrill, Samuel 
Mitchell, Eobert* 
McKechine, 



Meader, William 
Merrill, Ezekiel 
Mitchell, WilUam H. 
Mason, Peter G. 
McDonald, John 
Meserve, Arcadus E. 
Murphy, James 
Merrill, Albion P, 
Millett, Francis O. 
Marston William A. 
Mason, Eoyal M. 
Morrell, Alonzo 
Morse, Henry H. 
Millett, Verne 



101 
109 
111 
121 
123 
127 
132 
132 
158 
183 
193 
210 
215 
217 
248 
244 



94 
98 
114 
115 
121 
122 
133 
138 
139 
141 
145 
152 
220 
223 
226 
230 
244 



*This name is incorrectly given 
as Stephen Mitchell on page 98. 



Noyes, Samuel 
Nelson, Samuel 
Nourse, Amos D. 



Osgood, Nathaniel 
Owen, John 
Owens, David 
Oakes, Jonas M. 



Pulling, John 
Pearson, William 
Palmer, Stephen 

Pettengill, 

Parsons, Thomas 
Page, J ere 
Page, Robert 
Palmer, James 
Palmer, James 
Paine, John 
Parsons, Dr. Charles G. 
Peck, Thomas R. 
Prescott, Royal 
Pettengill, Benjamin 
Percival, James 
Pollock, James 
Purrington, Jonathan 
Parks, Thomas F. 
Pennell, Alvah 
Packard, Asa 
Pottle, Jonathan W. 
Penley, Eeuben 
Patterson, Robert F. 
Peebles, W. E. 
Pierce, Philander 
Penney, Edward J. 
Pingree, Foster 
Phillips, A. Sidney 
Packard, Walter C. 

Rand, John 
Ricker, Timothy 
Ross, William 
Remick, Washington 
Ryan, Isaac 
Russell, Thomas 
Rathgeb, Zachariah 
Reynolds, Allan B. 
Rowe, Jacob 
Ryan, John 
Roulstone, Edward A. 
Rollins, Henry 
Ripley, William K. 
Raymond, George F. 



195 



103 
109 



84 



97 
98 
103 
108 
117 
120 
124 
126 
134 
139 
144 
148 
148 
152 
176 
177 
180 
205 
217 
217 
224 
240 



77 
98 
103 
106 
121 
131 
131 
138 
190 
192 
196 
209 
220 
222 



BBABBURT MEMORIAL. 



317 



Eandall, Horace 


226 


Terry, John 


111 


Rich, Charles A. 


240 


Towne, Stephen 
Townsend, Daniel 


116 






121 


@ 




Travers, Sabins 


126 


Stanyan, John 
Service, Samuel 


67 


Turner, Lewis 


132 


72 


Tarbox, Elijah 


133 


Soiile, Barnabas 


75 


Temple, Nathaniel 


134 


Sayward, James 


77 


Turner, N. H. 


135 




77 


Toulmin Emmet 


178 


Sargent, I^Tathan 


79 


Todd, Albert W. 


200 


Sands, Samuel 


81 


True, Israel 


219 


Shaw, Joseph 


83 






Stetson, James P. 


84 


V 




Simpson, Kufus 
Symonds, Ebenezer 
Seavy, Rev. John 

Small, 

Sawyer, Samuel 


86 
88 
95 


Varnum, Samuel W. 
Vittum, Tufton 
Vertriece, John 


95 
120 
137 


95 

97 


Vittum, John 


191 


Smith, Charles 


99 






Seabury, Wiswell 


100 


TV 




Sawyer, J. P. 


103 


Welch, Aaron 


90 


Swan, John C. 


105 


Woodman, Stephen 


94 


Storer, John 


109 


Wentworth, Tappan 
Wentworth, Robert 


94 


Sewall, Jotham jr. 


109 


94 


Storer, Daniel 


110 


Warren, Ezekiel 


101 


Savage, Rev. William T. 


113 


Withes, 


115 


Swan, Francis K. 


114 


Woodbridge, Samuel 


118 


Smith, Oliver 


116 


Watts, Francis O. 


119 


Sanborn John 


117 


Witham, Joshua 


124 


Smith, Benjamin 


124 


Westgate, 


125 


Sisson, William G. 


131 


Williams, 


134 


Simmons, Cephas 


136 


Walker, Nicholas 


135 


Sheldon, Thomas 


138 


Wadsworth, John C. 


136 


Stevens, Joseph 


148 


Whitten, William 


140 


Sargent, Otis 


152 


Woodman, Andrew 


142 


Scoville, Willard 


153 


Wentworth, James 


144 


Storer, Alexander 


178 


Waterhouse, Sewall 


146 


Safford, Truman H. 


187 


Wilson, William E. 


153 


Stuart, John 


190 


Willey, Charles M. 


153 


Shaw, John Nelson 


214 


Wells, Charles C. 


183 


Stevens, William P. 


220 


Wilson. Augustus 


191 






Weld, John 


196 


T 




Wilder, Horace A. 


217 


True, Henry 
True, William 


67 
74 


Watson, Edgar 
Woodbury, Alden 


217 
220 


Tarbox, Andrew 


91 


Y 




Tuck, William 


100 




Tilden, William 


106 


Young, Amos 


148 



318 



INDEX. 



INDEX. 



Index of Families. 



Andrew*' 

Albion" 

Asa'^ 

Abner" 

Albert Gallatin 

Ammi EuhamahT 

Albert F.s 

Anson** 

Aliban^ 



Benjamin* 

Barnabas* 

Benjamin^ 

Benjamin^ 

Benjamin^ 

Benjamin^ 

Benjamin*^ 

Benjamin Burbank^ 

Bion^ 

Benjamin^ 

Benjamin'^ 

Benjamin Franklin^ 

Benjamin'' 

Benjamin F.^ 

Benjamin F.^ 

C 

Crisp* 

Cotton^ 

Charles'^ 

Charles^ 

Charles'^ 

Charles'' 

Charles'' 

Cotton 

Cotton MJ 

Charles Leighton'' 

Cotton Chase' 

Charles'' 

Charles William'' 

Charles' 

Cornelius Sanders'' 

Charles Webster'' 

Caleb' 

Christopher C' 

Charles Ellison'' 

Charles Coffin' 

Charles Adams' 



103-4 
199 
201 
205 
215 

224-5 

236-38 

251 

252 



80 

80 

95 

99-100 

133 

148 

149 

177 

181-83 

190-1 

209 

213 

223 

229-30 

249 



79 
84 
116 
119 
151 
155 
156 
157-8 
175-6 
179 
180 
188 
190 
195 
196-7 
199-200 
201 
204 
212 
215 
219 



Cyrus' 
Charles E.8 
Charles W.^ 
Charles B.s 
Cyrus K.* 
Cyrus S.8 
Charles B.* 



DanieP 
DanieF 
David*' 
David'' 
Daniel*' 
DanieF 
David" 
David' 
Darius** 
David OJ 



Elijah^ 

Edward" 

Edward" 

Ephraim" 

Edmund" 

Enoch Billings" 

Elijah" 

Enos" 

Edward' 

Ebenezer' 

Elbridge' 

Emily'' (Swan) 

Ebenezer' 

Edward Rumery^ 

Ebenezer Cleaves'' 

Elijah'' 

Edwin C.8 

Edward E.s 

Edwin F.8 



Francis" 
Francis A.* 



George" 

Gibeon" 

George Lowther^ 

George'' 



245 
247 
249 



104 
105-6 
112 
123 
123 
132 
150 
181 



244 



105 
118 
121 
140 
142 

143-5 
152 
154 

185-7 
189 
184 



217 
239 

245 
255 

118 



118 
134 
154 
155 



BBABBURY MEMORIAL. 



George Freeman'' 
George' 

Gideon Witham' 
Granville Melleu' 
George^ 
George W.^ 
George^ 



Kt 



Hiram'' 
Henry Paine'' 
Horace James'' 
Horatio ]S^elson'' 
Hersey' 
Henry W.^ 
Horace D.s 
Horatio T.s 
Henry N.* 



Isaac*^ 



Jacob^ 

John* 

Josiah* 

James* 

John* 

Jacob* 

Jacob^ 

John*^ 

Joseph^ 

Josiah^ 

Jonathan^ 

James^ 

Jacob^ 

Jacob^ 

Jabez^ 

Joseph^ 

John'^ 

Joseph'' 

James*"' 

John** 

Joseph^ 

Jeremiah^ 

Josiah^ 

John"* 

James'' 

James'' 

Jacob'' 

Joseph'* 

James** 

Jabez'' 

Jacob** 

Joseph" 

Jabez Pago^ 

John'* 

Jacob** 



157 
158 

208 
219 
288 
244 
250 



152-3 
155 
200 
21(5 
222 
228 
246 
249 
254 



145 



102 
106 

106-8 
108 
111 
112-113 
114 
120 
122 
124 
125 
126 
127 
127 
128 
128-30 

131-2 
138 

135-6 



Joseph** 

Jabez" 

Jabez" 

John** 

Joseph" 

Joseph" 

Jacob" 

John" 

Joseph' 

John Hinckley' 

James Ware' 

John Koger Williams' 

Jotham' 

John Williams' 

John" 

Jonathan Oakes' 

John" 

Joseph' 

Jesse' 

John Stevens' 

John Coffin' 

John Tolbert NJ 

James' 

Josiah Conanf 

Joseph Sanders' 

Joseph' 

John Eaton' 

Jacob Garry' 

Jotham Bragdon'' 

Jacob' 

John Warren' 

John Garland' 

John Adams' 

Joseph Howard' 

James' 

Joseph' 

John Bacon' 

Jacob' 

Jotham D.* 

John M.** 

John H.8 

Julius 0.8 

Jacob^ 

Josejih A." 

Josiah C.8 



Levi Hunt' 
Lemuel' 
Lorenzo' 
Luther M.^ 



Moses* 
Moses^ 



IMC 



Moses" 
Moses" 
Marcus TuUius C 



319 

141-2 
142 

145-6 
147 
147 
148 

150-1 

151-2 

156 

150 

159-75 

176 

177-8 
180 

187-8 
189 
190 
191 
191 

191-2 
193 
193 
194 
196 
198 
202 
207 
211-12 
212 
213 
213 
214 
216 
218 
218 
218 
219 
220 
230 



246 



254 
255 



210 
215-16 

242 



93-4 

100 
134-5 
138-9 

197 



%_^c^IJ^. 



/Sr^ 



320 



INDEX. 



Moses EusselF 
Moses Garland" 
Moses Howard^ 
Moses'^ 
Moses B.'' 
Moses' 
Moses^ 
Moses^ 

N 
Nathan'' 
NathanieP 
Nathaniel Harmon" 
NathanieF 
Nathan Boulter^ 
Nathan Adams' 
Nathaniel M." 
Nathaniel MJ 
Nathan^ 



Osgood N. 

Panie 

Rowland* 
Rowland^ 
Reuben^ 
Royal JJ 

SamneP 

SamueP 

Sanders* 

SamueP 

SamueP 

Smith" 

SamueP 

SamueP 

SamueP 

Simeon Goodwin" 

SamueP 

SamueP 

Samuel Andrews'* 

Samuel Moultoni 

Samuel Adams' 

Simon PierceT 

Samuel Hidden'' 

Samuel Fox' 

Samuel' 

Simon' 

Samuel'' 

Samuel Gurney' 

Samuel I.' 

SamueP 



203 
214 
217 
221 
223 
226 
246 
251 

137 
152 
158 
198-9 
210-11 
221 
222 
227 
250 

253-4 



Theophilus* 

Thomas* 

Thomas^ 

Theophilus^ 

Thomas* 

Thomas" 

Theophilus" 

Thomas" 

Thomas" 

Thomas" 

Theodore M. 

True' 

Tiue' 

Thomas' 

Thomas' 

Thomas' 

Thomas C.s 

Theophilus^ 

Thomas M.^ 

Thomas® 

Thomas E.s 



120 



77 



102 

226 



83 
90 
90 
101 

^ 115 

122 
131 

137-8 
140 
149 
153 
155 
175 
179 
181 
192 
195 
202 
206 
211 

223-4 
227 
247 



Wymond^ 

William'^ 

Wymond^ 

William^ 

Wymoud* 

Wymoud* 

William* 

William* 

Winthrop* 

Wymond" 

William" 

/W'illiam" 

/ William" 

• William" 

William" 

William Flint" 

Winthrop" 

William Henry' 

William Otis^ 

Wyman' 

William Simpson^ 

William Sanders'' 

William Lunf 

William' 

WillianP 

William H.^ 

Washington I.^ 

Wver* 

William F.8 

William E.® 

William H.8 

William K.s 



79- 

81 

84 

88 

94 

104 

115 

128 

132-3 

136 

156 

192 

203 

205-6 

207 



235 
248 
251 



70 

71 

73. 

75 

88 

91-2 

94 

97 

103 

105 

109 

117 

121 

125 

141 

147-8 

157 

178 

189 

194 

194-5 

197 

206 

231 

239 

240 



245 

248 
250- 



Thomas^ 
Thomas' 



67 Zenas George W.'' 
73-4 Ziba H.s 



213 
248- 



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