Francis Brewster

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Francis Brewster   see FAMILY TREE
Born: Abt 1599 Bristol, Sommersetshire, England    
     
Died: Abt 1646 At Sea    

WIFE

Lucy

CHILDREN

1. Elizabeth Brewster


Dr. Francis Brewster, of New Haven, Connecticut, son of Francis Brewster, d. presumably lost on the Lambertons's
ship the "Phanton Ship" ca. 1646/47; An inventory of his estate was taken 30 Dec. 1647; m. Lucretia "Lucy"
(Unknown). Dr. Francis Brewster was a chirurgeon, the modern day equivalent of a barber-surgeon. Lucretia
Brewster m 2nd between 10 Mar 1646/7 and 7 Dec 1647 to Thomas Pell.

On 12 Mar 1614/15 Francis Brewster was placed as an apprentice to Edward Harris of Bristol, England to study for
seven years as a barber surgeon. Prior to being placed as a apprentice, he was a buttermaker in the Castle of Bristol.
He completed his apprenticeship in March 1622. On 23 Aug 1626 he received a lease of the Castle of Bristol from
King Charles I, for a period of 80 years if John Brewster, Gillian Brewster and Nathaniel Brewster so long live.

 

 

 

 

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