1629 - 1671 (~ 42 years)
||Alice Richards |
||Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts
||7 Apr 1629
||Y  |
||4 Dec 1671
||Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts
- ALICE CARPENTER SOUTHWORTH BRADFORD IN 17TH CENTURY RECORDS
Info from the Plymouth Hall Museum, Plymouth, Massachusetts.
Alice Bradford in the Dutch Records
Alice Carpenter and her first husband Edward Southworth were members of the Separatist community in Leiden. Her name appears in the records on several occasions :
"Carpenter, Agnys of Wrenten in England, acc. by Agnys Weyt (Agnes White) and Els Carpenter (Alice Carpenter) her sister, betr. 15 March 1613, mar. 23 April 1613, to Samuel Fuller of London in England, widr. of Els Glaescoock (Alice Glascock), acc. by Alexander Carpenter, Willem Hoyt (William White) his brother-in-law. and Eduwaert Saetwoot (Edward Southworth) his acq.
"Carpenter, Els of England, acc. by Anna Ras and Elysabeth Gennings her acq. betr. 4 May 1613, mar. 25 May 1613 to Edwuart Sodwaert (Edward Southworth) of England, acc. by Tomas Sodtwaert his brother, Samuel Fuller his brother-in-law and Rogier Wilsom (Roger Wilson) his acq.
"Carpenter Julynen (Juliana Carpenter) of Den Baert (Batts Hatch) acc. by Alexander Carpenter her father and Elsgen Carpenter (Alice Carpenter) her sister and Ann Robbissen her acq. betr. 6 July 1612, mar. 22 July 1612, to Joris Morthen (George Morton) of York in England, Merchant, acc. by Thomas Morthen his brother and Rogier Wiltzoen (Roger Wilson) his acq. ...
"Fuller, Samuel of London, widr. of Els Glaescoock (Alice Glasscock) acc. by Alexander Carpenter, William Hoyt (William White) his brother-in-law, Rogier Wiltsum and Eduart Saetwood (Edward Southworth) his acq. betr. 15 March 1613, mar. 24 April 1612 to Agnys Carpenter of Wrenten in England, acc. by Agnyr Weijt (Ann White) and Els Carpenter (Alice Carpenter) her sister. ...
"Morthen, Joris (George Morton) of York in England, Merchant, acc. by Thomas Morthon his brother and Rogier Wiltsoen his acq. betr. 6 July 1612, mar. 22 July 1612 to Julynen Carpenter (Juliana Carpenter) of Den Baert, acc. by Alexander Carpenter her father and Elsgen Carpenter (Alice Carpenter) and Ann Robbissen her acq. ...
"Pyckerijn, Eduwaert (Edward Pickering) of London, Merchant, acc. by Rogier Wilson, Joris Morton (George Morton), Reijndolf Tijkijns (Randall or Ralph Tickens) and Henrick Marsael (Henry Marshall) his acq. betr. 24 Nov. 1612, mar. 15 Dec. 1612 to Maycken Stubbs (Mary Stubbs) of Stomse (Strumpshaw) in England, acc. by Els Carpenter (Alice Carpenter) and Annes Carpenter her acq. ...
"Sodtwaert, Eduwaert (Edward Southworth) of England, Sayworker, acc. by Tomas Sodwaert his brother, Samuel Fuller his brother-in-law and Rogier Wilsom betr. 4 May 1613, mar. 27 May 1613 to Els Carpenter (Alice Carpenter) of England, acc. by Anna Ras and Elysabeth Gennings her acq.
Johanna W. Tammel, The Pilgrims and other people from the
British Isles in Leiden (Isle of Man : Mansk-Svenska Publishing Co.,
Ltd., 1989), p. 66, 95, 195, 211, 248.
Alice Carpenter Southworth Bradford in the Records of Plymouth
The widowed Alice Carpenter Southworth arrived on the Anne in 1623 and soon thereafter married William Bradford :
"August 14 . The fourth marriage is of Gov. Bradford to Mrs. Alice Southworth, widow."
Thomas Prince's New England Chronology as reprinted in :
Nathaniel Morton, New England's Memorial (Boston : Congregational Board
of Publication, 1855), p. 308.
"The fales of their grounds which came ouer in the shipe called the Anne according as their were cast. 1623... this goeth in w'th a corner by ye ponde. Alice Bradford."
Plymouth Colony Records, Vol. 12, p. 5-6.
The marriage of William Bradford and Alice Carpenter Southworth was noted in a letter written by Emmanuel Altham to his brother Sir Edward Altham in September, 1623 :
"Upon the occasion of the Governor's marriage, since I came, Massasoit was sent for to the wedding, where came with him his wife, the queen, although he hath five wives. With him came four other kings and about six score men with their bows and arrows - where, when they came to our town, we saluted them with the shooting off of many muskets and training our men. And so all the bows and arrows was brought into the Governor's house, and he brought the Governor three or four bucks and a turkey. And so we had very good pastime in seeing them dance, which is in such manner, with such a noise that you would wonder...
"And now to say somewhat of the great cheer we had at the Governor's marriage. We had about twelve pasty venisons, besides others, pieces of roasted venison and other such good cheer in such quantity that I could wish you some of our share. For here we have the best grapes that ever you say - and the biggest, and divers sorts of plums and nuts which our business will not suffer us to look for."
Sidney V. James, Jr., editor, Three Visitors to Early Plymouth
(Plymouth, Mass. : Plimoth Plantation, 1963), p. 29-30.
"June 17 . Born at Plymouth to Governor Bradford, his son William, who afterwards becomes deputy governor of the colony."
Thomas Prince's New England Chronology as reprinted in :
Nathaniel Morton, New England's Memorial (Boston : Congregational Board
of Publication, 1855), p. 310.
Alice Bradford's name, usually linked with that of her husband, is occasionally found in legal documents. After William Bradford's death in 1657, Alice Bradford does not disappear from history. Her name is regularly found in the legal records of Plymouth.
In 1633, Samuel Fuller made a bequest to his sister-in-law Alice Carpenter Southworth Bradford in his will :
"Item I give to my sister Alice Bradford twelve shillings to buy her a paire of gloves."
March 1651 : "The Names of those that have Interest and proprieties in the Townes land att Punckateesett over against Road Iland ... Mr William Bradford [with a line drawn through it], Mistris Allice Bradford"
Records of the Town of Plymouth, Vol. 1, p. 36.
18 August 1655 : "the will of M'is Sarah Jeney Deceased ... In witnesse wherof I have put to my hand the Day and Yeare above written and I give unto Leiftenant Southworth one ewe lamb. In the presence of William Bradford, Alice Bradford her marke. Sarah Jeney her marke...
"Att the generall Court held att Plymouth the fift of March 1655 Mr Willam Bradford Seni'r : and m's Alice Bradford Did Testify upon their oathes that this next before written was the last will and Testament of M'is Sarah Jeney Deceased"
Mayflower Descendant, Vol. 8, p. 172.
20 May 1658 : "That M's Allice Bradford seni'r of the Towne of Plymouth in the Jurisdiction of New Plymouth in New England in America Doth acknowlidg that for and in Consideration of a valluable sume alreddy payed by Mr Samuell Newman of the Towne of Rehoboth in the Jurisdiction aforsaid ;
unto Mr Willam Bradford seni'r: Deceased Shee hath freely and absolutely (as the Exequitrix of the said Willam Bradford) bargained allianated enfeofed and Confeirmed... all that the said Willam Bradford his pte or portion of land which as Purchaser hee hath att Sowamsett Mattapoisett and places adjacent...
"This was sold by Mr Bradford in his lifetime but not recorded untill Now"
Mayflower Descendant, Vol. 12, p. 135.
1 April 1659 : "That mr John Done of the Towne of Eastham in the Jurisdiction of Plymouth in New England in america yeoman Doth acknowlidge that for and in consideration of a valluable sume to him alreddy payed ; hee hath freely and absolutely with the consent of his wife mistris Lydia Done ; bargained and sold allianted enfeofed and confeirmed ; and by these prsents Doth bargaine allianate sell enfeofe and confeirme unto Mistris Allis Bradford senir: of Plymouth widdow ; all that his tract of land lying and being att Joneses River in the Township of Plymouth aforsaid ...
"The abovesaid sales of land and meddow were sold by mr John Done unto mr Willam Bradford senir: in his life time but not confeirmed untill the Day and yeare above written ; unto the said Allis Bradford as exequitrice of the said Willam Bradford Deceased"
Mayflower Descendant, Vol. 13, p. 232-233.
3 October 1659 : "Wheras by order of Court bearing date the seauenth of June, 1659, it was recomended to the seuerall townshipes to send theire deputies impowered to acte in the ordering and settleing of the trad att Kennebecke, which was much interupted by reason of some troubles amongst the Indians, to the great discurragment of the psent farmers therof ; -
"In psuance of which said order the deputies sent from the seuerall townshipes, vpon theire serious consideration of the matter betrusted with them, haue, this sixt of October, 1659, couenanted and agreed together with the farmers of the said trad, viz, Mr Thomas Prence, Mistris Allice Bradford, Seni'r, Captaine Thomas Willett, and Major Josias Winslow, in manor and forme as followeth, viz :
"That the rent of the said trad for the yeare one thousand six hundred fifty and nine, fully compleat on the first of Nouember next ensuing, bee wholly remitted by the country to the aforsaid farmer, and that ten pounds in money bee payed vnto the countrey by the aforsaid farmers for the yeare next ensuing, during which time the farmers engage to carry on the trad as formerly, and att the end of the said tearme, viz, on the first of Nouember, one thousand six hudnred and sixty, the said farmers to leaue the said Kennebeck trade free ... In witness wherof they haue heervnto sett theire hands enterchangably the day and date abouesaid.
"Thomas Prence, The marke of Mistris Allice Bradford, [et al.]..."
Plymouth Court Records, Vol. 3, p. 170-171.
1660 : "Know yea that I the said Christopher Winter ffor and In Consideration of the sume of forty pounds sterling to mee in hand payed by Mistris Allice Bradford seni'r: of the towne of Plymouth aforsaid in the Jurisdiction aforsaid Widdow ; Together with a tract of land in the Township of Barnstable in the Jurisdiction aforsaid to mee made over and assured by the said Allice Bradford ; which said tract of land is Comonly Called and knowne by the name of the Gov'rnors ffarme ; wherwith I Doe acknowlidge my selfe sufficiently Satisfyed and fully payed ; and of the said fforty pounds Doe exonarte acquitt and Discharge the said Allice Bradford shee her heires Exequitors Adminnestrators and assignes for ever ; by these prsents, have ffreely and absolutely Bargained Allianted and sold enfeofed and Confeirmed ; and by these prsents Doe bargaine Allianate sell enfeofe and Confeirme from mee the said Christopher Winter and my heires unto her the said Allice Bradford and her heires and assignes for ever all that my Tract or pcell of land lying and being att Joanses River in the Township of Plymouth aforsaid...
"Bee it Knowne unto all men by these prsents that I Allice Bradford seni'r: of the towne of Plymouth in the Jurisdiction of New Plymouth widdow Doe by these prsents Make over unto my sonne Mr Josepth Bradford the Deed above entered with all my Right title and Interest of and into the same and all and every the prticulares therin expressed with all the buildings and buildings erected on the said ffarme since the Date of the aforsaid Deed with all other appurtenances To have and to hold to him the said Joseph Bradford to him and his heires for ever Reserving libertie (if I shall see Cause) or any for mee to Improve three or four acrees of the land expressed in the said Deed ; and likewise to keep three or four Cowes on the said lands if I shall see Cause During my life In Witnesse wherof I the said Allice Bradford have heerunto sett my hand this 30th of August 1660:
Nathaneel Morton ;
The marke of Allice Bradford
"The 30th of August 1660 :
"Memorandum That I the abovesaid Allice Bradford Doe by these prsents alsoe give graunt and make over unto my said sonne Josepth Bradford ; The Tract or pcell of upland ground bought by my Deceased husband Mr Willam Bradford ; of Mr John Done lying att Joanses River with the one halfe of the Meddow Ground formerly layed out to my said husband Att Winnatuxett... Witnes my hand ;
The marke of Allice Bradford"
Mayflower Descendant, Vol. 14, p. 236-239.
22 March 1663 : "The severall lotes on Puncateesett Necke are as followeth... Mistris Bradford, Mistris Attwood... [#]30 ... lott is on the north side of the 29th lott and att the west end is bounded with a white oake tree a smale distance of from the bank and a Ride oake bush on the line on the north side of this lott it extends from the waterside east southerly 14 degrees eighty six pole to a walnut stake that stand by the highway"
Records of the Town of Plymouth, Vol. 1, p. 62-68.
15 October 1663 : "To all people to whom these prsents shall Come ; mistris Allis Bradford seni'r: of the Towne of Plymouth in the Jurisdiction of Plymouth in New England in America sendeth greet &c
"Know yea that I the said Allis Bradford for and in consideration of the full and Just sume of twenty pounds sterling to mee in hand payed by Ralph Allin of the Towne of Sandwich in the Jurisdiction aforsaid wheelwright ; wherwith I Doe acknowlidge my selfe satisfyed contented and full payed
"In witnes wherof I the said Allice Bradford have heerunto sett my hand and Affixed my seale this Fifteenth Day of the month Called october Anno: Dom: one Thousand six hundred sixty and three 1663"
Mayflower Descendant, Vol. 18, p. 176-177.
23 November 1664 [Plymouth Colony Records of Deeds records a land sale by] : "I Allis Bradford the widdow of Willam Bradford late of Plymouth in America Esqr: Deceased...
"Richard Sares of the Towne of Yarmouth ... two allotments of land ... the lott of the aforsaid Willam Bradford Deceased"
Mayflower Descendant, Vol. 34, p. 23.
This deed was later referred to by Major William Bradford, son of William and Alice Bradford :
"Wheras my honored mother Alice Bradford did in her life time under the name of Alice Bradford the widdow of William Bradford late of New Plimoth in America Esq'r deceased... given under ye hand & seale of ye said Alice Bradford... "
Mayflower Descendant, Vol. 25, p. 50-51.
26 March 1670 : "On the 26th day of March, 1670, Mistris Allice Bradford, Seni'r, changed this life for the better, haueing attained to fourscore years of age, or therabouts. Shee was a godly matron, and much loued while shee liued, and lamented, tho aged, when shee died, and was honorabley enterred on the 29th day of the month aforsaid, att New Plymouth."
Plymouth Colony Records, Vol. 8, p. 33.
The Last Will & Testament of Alice Carpenter Southworth Bradford
"The Last Will and Testament of mistris Allice Bradford senir of Plymouth Deceased ; exhibited to the Court held att Plymouth in new England the 7th Day of June Anno Dom 1670 on the oathes of Nathaniel: Morton and Leift: Ephraim Morton; as followeth; "I Allis Bradford senir of the Towne of Plymouth in the Jurisdiction of New Plymouth widdow : being weake in body but of Disposing mind and prfect memory blessed be God; not knowing how soone the Lord may please to take mee out of this world unto himselfe : Doe make and ordaine this to be my last Will and Testament; in manor and forme as followeth; Impr I bequeath my soule to god that gave it and my body to the Dust in hope of a Joyfull resurrection unto glory; Desiring that my body may be Intered as neare unto my Deceased husband; mr Willam Bradford: as Conveniently may be; and as for my worldly estate I Dispose of it as followeth; Imprs I give and bequeath unto my Deare sister Mary Carpenter; the bed I now lye on with the furniture: therunto belonging and a paire of sheets and a good Cow and a yearling heiffer and a younge mare Item I give and bequeath unto my son mr Constant Southworth my Land att Paomett: viz all my Purchase land there: with all my rights privilidges and appurtenances therunto belonging; To him and his heires and assignes for ever; Item I give and bequeath unto my said son Constant Southworth and unto my son mr Joseph Bradford: the one halfe of my sheep; to be equally Devided betwixt them; and the other halfe to my son Captaine Willam Bradford Item I give unto my said son Joseph Bradford my paire of working oxen and a white heiffer; Item I give unto my honored frend mr Thomas Prence one of the bookes that were my Deare husbands Library; which of them hee shall Choose; Item I give unto my Deare Grand child Elizabeth Howland; the Daughter of my Deare son Captaine Thomas Southworth Deceased; the sume of seaven pounds; for the use and benifitt of her son James howland Item I give unto my servant maide Mary Smith a Cow Calfe to be Delivered her the next springe if I Decease this winter; and if I Doe not Decease this winter; my will is that shee have one Delivered to her out of my estate in som short time after my Decease; all the rest of my estate not Disposed of allreddy by this my last Will and Testament; as above said; I give and bequeath unto my sonnes mr Constant Southworth Captaine Willam Bradford and mr Joseph Bradford to be equally Devided amongst them in equall and alike proportions; In Witnes that this is my Last Will and Testament I the said Allice Bradford have heerunto sett my hand and seale; this twenty ninth day of December anno Dom one Thousand six hundred sixty nine.
The inventory of the goods of Alice Carpenter Southworth Bradford, deceased 1669
Impr 8 Cowes 20 00 00
Item 2 yearlings 01 10 00
Item a 2 yeare old steer 01 10 00
Item a steer of 4 yeare old 02 10 00
Item 1: 2 yeare old heiffer 01 10 00
Item 1 old horse and three mares 10 00 00
Item 17 sheep and 2 lambes 07 00 00
In the New Parlour Chamber
Item 1 bed a bolster and 2 pillowes 03 10 00
Item 1 green rugg and 1 Coverlid & 2 blanketts 03 00 00
Item a bedsteed & Curtaines and vallence 02 00 00
Item 2 Chaires 00 15 00
Item 3 wrought stooles 00 11 00
Item one Table and Carpett 01 05 00
Item a Carved Chest 01 00 00
In the outward Parlour Chamber
a bedsteed and Curtaine and vallence and settle 01 10 00
In the old parlour Chamber
Item a smale bed 2 blanketts 1 Coverlid & a pillow 03 10 00
Item 1 old green Cloth Goune 00 10 00
Item 8 yards of hommade Cloth 01 04 00
Item 2 Chestes 00 10 00
Item 2 Iron beames 1 hogshead 1 barrell and other old lumber 01 05 00
In the studdy in bookes
Item mr Perkins two of them 01 00 00
Item 3 of Doctor WIlletts on genises exodus & Daniel 01 00 00
Item Guicksarraden 00 10 00
Item the history of the Church 00 08 00
Item Peter Martirs Comon places 00 15 00
Item Cartwright on remise Testament 00 10 00
Item the history of the Netherlands 00 15 00
Item Peter Martir on the Romans 00 05 00
Item Moors workes on the New Testament 01 00 00
Item Cottons Concordance 00 08 00
Item Speeds history of the world 01 00 00
Item Weams Christian Sinnagogue & the protracture of the Image of God 00 08 00
Item the Meathod of Phisicke 00 02 00
Item Calvins harmony and his Coment on the actes 00 08 00
Item Downhams 2cond: prte of Christian warfare 00 03 00
Item mr Cottons answare to mr Williams 00 02 00
Item Taylers libertie of Prophesye 00 01 06
Item Gouges Domesticall Dutyes 00 02 06
Item the Institutions or reasons Discused & observations Divine and morall the synode of Dort and the Appologye 00 06 00
Item mr Ainsworth workes the Counterpoison & the tryall 00 02 00
Item mr Ainsworth on Genises exodus & livitticus 00 04 00
Item Calvin on Genises 00 02 06
Item Dike on the Deceightfulnes of mans hard 00 01 06
Item Gifford refuted 00 00 06
Item Dod on the comaundements and others of his 00 03 00
Item 53 smale bookes 01 06 06
item Calvin on the epistles in Duch: and Divers other Duch bookes 00 15 06
Item 2 bibles 01 00 00
Item the actes of the Church 00 05 00
Item 3 of mr Bridgg: his workes 01 00 00
Item the Lives of the fathers 00 03 00
Item a skin of buffe 00 15 00
In the old Parlour
Item 1 feather bed 1 bolster 2 ruggs and a blankett 03 00 00
Item a bedsted & settle Curtaine and vallence 01 10 00
Item a Court Cubbert 01 00 00
Item a Table and forme and 2 stooles 01 05 00
Item 1 great lether Chaire 00 08 00
Item 2 great wooden Chaires 00 06 00
Item 1 great winscott Chist and a Cubbert 01 00 00
Item 2 boxes and a Deske and a wrought stoole and an old Case of bottles 00 12 00
Item 2 guns and a paire of bandaleers 01 00 00
Item the great beer bowle 03 00 00
Item another beer bowle 02 00 00
Item a wine Cupp 01 00 00
Item a salt 02 15 00
Item a trencher salt & a Drame Cupp 00 15 00
Item silver spoones 02 09 00
Item a silver dish 01 15 00
Item 2 blanketts 00 10 00
Item 1 Diaper Table Cloth and a Dozen of Diaper Napkins 02 00 00
Item another Diaper Table Cloth and 7 Diaper Napkins 01 10 00
Item 2 holland Table clothes 00 15 00
Item 1 old Cubbert Cloth 00 03 00
Item 4 pillow beers 00 08 00
Item 5 towells 00 05 00
Item 3 holland sheets 01 10 00
Item 2 paire of Cotten and linnine sheets 01 15 00
Item 19 Cotton and linnine Napkins 00 15 00
Item a paire of pillowbears 00 04 00
Item a nother paire of pillowbears 00 02 06
Item 5 shets 01 10 00
Item in shiftes and other wearing linnine 03 00 00
Item a Dingcastor hatt 01 05 00
Item her wearing Clothes and a little peece of bayes 12 00 00
Item a wicker baskett; galley potts & glasses & such smale thinges of Little vallue 00 05 00
In the great Parlour
Item 2 great Carved Chaires 01 04 00
Item a Table and forme and Carpett 01 05 00
Item 10 Cushens 01 00 00
Item a Causlett and hedpeece 01 10 00
Item 4 great lether Chaires 01 04 00
Item in glasses and earthen ware 00 04 00
Item a Case and five knives 00 05 00
Item a rest & some other odde thinges 00 02 00
In the Kitchen
Item 24 pewter platters and a brim bason 07 00 00
Item 2 fflaggons: 2 quart potts & 3 pint potts 01 00 00
Item 6 smale pewter Dishes and a smale bason 00 10 00
Item 7 porrengers 00 06 00
Item 6 pewter plates 00 09 00
Item 2 pewter Candlestickes & a saltseller 00 06 00
Item 3 Chamber potts and three smale sawcers and pewter funnell; 00 09 00
Item 2 pyr plates 00 06 00
Item a tinning pan and 2 Coverings and a lanthorne 00 02 00
Item 1 great Jugg and 5 smallers ones 4 earthen pans and 2 earthen potts 00 00 12
Item 2 ffrench kettles 01 10 00
Item an old warming pan 00 03 00
Item 1 little ffrench kettle 00 03 00
Item 2 brasse kettles 00 15 00
Item a Duch pan 00 04 00
Item 3 brasse skilletts 00 04 00
Item 1 old brasse skimer and Ladle 00 01 00
Itm 3 brasse Candle stickes and a brasse pestle and Mortor 00 09 00
Item a paire of Andjrons 00 10 00
Item a Chafeing Dish and a stew pan 00 10 00
Item 1 Iron skillett and an Iron kettle 00 10 00
Item 2 Iron potts 00 16 00
Item 2 paire of pothangers and 2 paire of pott hookes 00 08 00
Item 2 paire of tonggs and 2 fier shovells 00 05 00
Item 2 spitts and a gridjron and an Iron Driping pan 00 10 00
Item a paire of Iron rakes 00 10 00
Item 4 Dozen of trenchers 00 02 06
Item a box Iron 2 gallon glasse bottles and three pottle bottles 00 05 00
Item a spining wheele a bucking tubb 2 pailes 2 kinmnells two bowls 4 smale wooden Dishes 1 tray 2 Burchen trayes 00 16 00
Item Scales & waightes with an Iron beame 00 07 00
Item 2 beer barrells 00 04 00
Item a prsell of sheepes woole 00 03 00
Item 2 smale swine 00 10 00
Item in Mony 00 16 00
Item a silver bodkin 00 04 00
Item in provision 01 10 00
Item one halfe hogshed and a small prsell of salt 00 03 00
Item one paire of oxen in Mr Joseph Bradfords hand
sume totall 162 17 00
Captaine William Bradford and mr Joseph Bradford haveing the Cattle after named in theire Costody when the estate was prised; Did give in the number and kind of them upon theire oathes as followeth: Item 4 Cowes 2 Calves one oxe 4 yeare old; one heiffer and hee was of two yeare old and 14 sheep besides lambes; sworne to these were in Captaine Bradford Costody June 1670 Item 2 oxen 4 Cowes 2 yearlinges one two yeare old steer 1 horse 2 mares 2 young Calves were in Mr Joseph Bradfords Custody and hee was sworne to this June 1670.
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||Thomas Richards, b. 15 Apr 1596, Pitminster, Somersetshire, England , d. 28 Jan 1651, Weymouth, Norfolk, Massachusetts (Age 54 years) |
||Welthian Loring, b. Abt 1599, Dorchester, Dorchester, England , d. 4 Nov 1679, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts (Age ~ 80 years) |
||, Somersetshire, England
||Major William Bradford, b. 17 Jun 1624, Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts , d. 20 Feb 1704, Kingston, Plymouth, Massachusetts (Age 79 years) |
||28 Jan 1650
||, Plymouth, Massachusetts 
| ||1. John Kingston Bradford, b. 20 Feb 1652, Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts , d. 8 Dec 1736 (Age 84 years)|
|+||2. William Bradford, b. 11 Mar 1654, Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts , d. 5 Jul 1687 (Age 33 years)|
| ||3. Thomas Bradford, b. Abt 1658, Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts , d. 1 Oct 1731, Windham, Windham, Connecticut (Age ~ 73 years)|
| ||4. Mercy Bradford, b. 2 Sep 1660, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts , d. 1700 (Age 39 years)|
| ||5. Alice Bradford, b. 1659, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts , d. 15 Mar 1745, Canterbury, Windham, Connecticut (Age 86 years)|
| ||6. Hannah Bradford, b. 9 May 1662, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts , d. 27 May 1738 (Age 76 years)|
| ||7. Melatiah Bradford, b. 1 Nov 1664, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts , d. Yes, date unknown|
| ||8. Mary Bradford, b. 1668, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts , d. 10 Oct 1720 (Age 52 years)|
| ||9. Samuel Bradford, b. Abt 1667, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts , d. 10 Oct 1720 (Age ~ 53 years)|
| ||10. Sarah Bradford, b. 1671, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts , d. Yes, date unknown|
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- [S407] Massachusetts, Plymouth, Plymouth - Vital Records to 1850, Lee Douglas van Antwerp (Main Author), Ruth Wilder Sherman (Added Author), (Camden, Me. : Picton Press, c1993), 667 (Reliability: 3).
- [S7688] William Bradford of the Mayflower and his descendants for four generations, Robert S. Wakefield, (Plymouth, Mass. : General Society of Mayflower Descendants, c1987), 3 (Reliability: 3).