genealogy of Patty Rose

 

 


Genealogy of Patty Rose


Name Humphrey* BRADSTREET
Birth 1594, Capel St Mary, Suffolk, England
Death 25 Jul 1655, Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts
Marriage 1622, Rattlesden, Suffolk, England
Spouse Bridget* HARRIS
Birth 1604, Ipswich, Suffolk, England
Death Nov 1665, Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts76
Children:
1 F Hannah BRADSTREET
Birth 20 Jun 1625, Rattlesden, Suffolk, England
Death 20 Jun 1665, Andover, Essex, Massachusetts20,29,36,76
Spouse Daniel ROLFE
Marriage abt 1648, Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts
Spouse Nicholas HOLT
Marriage 12 Jun 1658, Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts20
2 M John BRADSTREET
Birth 1631, Rattlesden, Suffolk, England
Death 14 Jun 1660, Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts
Spouse Hannah PEACH
Marriage 1657
3 F Martha BRADSTREET
Birth 1632, Rattlesden, Suffolk, England47
Death 6 Apr 1675, Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts37,47,76
Spouse William* BEALE
Marriage 1653, Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts
4 F Mary BRADSTREET
Birth 1633, Rattlesden, Suffolk, England
Death 6 May 1695, Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts
Spouse John KIMBALL
Marriage 6 May 1655, Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts
5 F Sarah BRADSTREET
Birth 1638, Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts20
Death aft 1665
Spouse Nicholas WALLIS
Marriage 13 Apr 1657, Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts23
6 F Rebecca BRADSTREET
Birth 1640, Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts
Death 30 Apr 1687, Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts
Spouse George BONDFIELD
Marriage 13 Apr 1657, Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts
7 M Capt., Dr. Moses* BRADSTREET
Birth 1644, Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts20
Death 17 Aug 1690, Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts38,76
Spouse Elizabeth* HARRIS
Marriage 11 Mar 1661/62, Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts23,38
Spouse Sarah PLATTS
Marriage 18 Mar 1683/84, Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts
Notes for Humphrey* BRADSTREET
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son of Thomas BRADSTREET
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HUMPREY, Ipswich, came in the Elizabeth from Ipswich, England. 1634, aged 40, with w. Bridget, 30; and ch. Hannah, 9; John, 3; Martha, 2; and Mary, 1; had b. here, Moses; Sarah, 1638; and Rebecca; freem. 6 May 1635, rep. 1635, d. 1655. His will, made 21 July, was pro. 20 Sept. foll. Hannah m. Daniel Rolfe, and next, 12 June 1658, Nicholas Holt, and d. 20 June 1665; Martha m. William Beale; and all the other ds. were m. one to Nicholas Wallis [ref 20]
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BRADSTREET, Humphrey, came in the Elizabeth in 1634 ae. 40, with wife Bridget, ae. 30 and four children ages 9 to 1. Settled at Ipswich; propr. 1635. Frm. May 6, 1635; deputy. He d. before 1657, when the heirs receipted for their portions of his estate. Children: Anna, John, Martha, Mary, Sarah, Rebecca. [ref 37:64]
[Pope conspicuously omits child Moses who inherited half of his father's estate.]
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Apr 1634 arrived Watertown MA on the Elizabeth, William Andrews, Master

2 SEP 1635 Deputy for Ipswich to the Massachusetts Bay General Court

Oct 1635 town of Ipswich granted 80 acres to Humphrey; he added 50 more

Besides given a town lot in Ipswich in 1635, Humphrey was also granted one hundred and thirty acres of outlying land, eighty of which were north of the North River ( also called Egypt, Rowley or Wharehouse) and fifty acres on the south side of the river. This land was on the border of Rowley and Ipswich and, became a part of Rowley in 1785.
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WILL OF HUMPHREY BRADSTREET, 21 Jul 1655 - 20 Sep 1655:
The last will and testament of Umphrah Brodstreate of Ipswich, jul 21 1655 being weake in boddy doe therfore ordaine this my last will, in manner as followeth: I give my soule to God that gave it me, and my boddy to be buried in the buriing place of Rowley, and doe beleve the cumfortable resurrection of the same; as for my outward estate, my will is my farme on which I now dwell, with halfe the commons belonging to me from Ipswich, and all the commons to me from Rowley, shall be my beloved wifes, for the terme of her life , in case she doe not marry, but if she marry , then the one halfe of the farme shall be for the bringing up of my sonn Moses, and in case she dy, before my sonn Moses attain the age of 21, then the one halfe shall be my sonn Mosesis, and the other halfe (that is the benefit of it) shall be equally divided among my five daughters, or so many of them as shall be then Living, and my will is that when my sonn Moses attains the age of 21: he shall have and injoy the whole said farm except my wife be then living , who shall then enjoy halfe the said farme, with all the dwelling house for the terme of her life, and after her death it shall all be my sonn Mosesis.

Item I doe give unto my wife Bridget one brown cow, one ew sheepe, one horse colt.

Item I doe give unto my sonn John all my farme at Mudde River, now in the occupation of Richard Camball of Ipswich, with one halfe of my commons from Ipswich soe long as he keeps the farme unsold, but in case he sell it, the commons are to returne (and belong) to the farm given to my wife.

Item I doe give to my daughter Hannah Rofe 20 (twenty) pound.

Item I doe give to my daughter Martha Beale one pound and more. I doe leeve fiftene pounds in the hand of her mother, to be given to her her or to her child at her discretion.

Item I doe (give) to my daughter Mary Brodstreete forty pound.

Item I doe give to my daughter Sarah Brodtreete thirty pound.

Item I doe give to my daughter Rebecca Brodstreet forty pound :

Item I doe give to my two grand children Daniel and Hannah Rofe each of them five pound to be paid out of the farme by my sonne Moses when they attain the age of 21 years.

Item I doe give to Sammuell Beale (five pound) to be paid as above as the said Daniell and Hannah Rofe is.

Item I doe give to the pore of Rowley one pound :
and my will is that if my estate doe fall short of the full discharge of all my debts and Legacies then there shall be an equall abatement out of the severall Legacies given acording to proportion. and I doe intreat my beloved friends Mr Sammuell Phillips, Mathew Boyes, and John Harris, to joine with my wife for the disposing of my children in mariage. or otherwise as need may require. and I doe make my wife Bridget Brodstreete Sole exequiteris of this my last will, and I have hereunto set my hand July 21: 1655: Humphri Bradstreet Witness: Mathew Boyes, John Harris. Proved 25:7:1655 by the witnesses.

Inventory taken Sept. 6, 1655, by Danall thirton and William Lawe:
one hat, one cloak and the rest of his cloths 2-10-0
a pair of sheets, two pilowbears, one tabl cloth 1-0-0
seven sheets and foure napkins 1-10-0
four cotton blankits 1-4-0
one flock bed, one rugg and one boulster 1-0-0
one flock bed, one rug, one boulster 2-0-0
one flock bed, one rug, 2 boulsters, one pilow 2-0-0
a parsil of sheeps wool 0-15-0
a parsil of wheat and a parsil of rie 2-10-0
thre ould chists, one box 0-14-0
one bed stead and cortan 0-10-0
indian corne 1-10-0
two sieves 0-2-0
ould Iyron and two sickle 0-5-0
a parsill of barley malt 0-10-0
a cros cut saw 0-8-0
sertane carpin for tools 0-17-0
one kettel, the iyron pots, one posnit, pot hooks 2-0-0
one waring pane, one frying, 0-4-0
some peuter and a bras candlstick 1-0-0
thre bushill of rie malt 0-11-0
two bibles and another book 0-15-0
two glas bottels, one chear, one smal box 0-7-6
twenty pound of butter 0-10-0
tubs and beare vesils 1-0-0
one cubard, two earthin pots 0-3-0
four wegs, two beetl rings 0-8-0
one spade, one how 0-2-0
one grinding stone 0-3-0
one cart, one plow with chains and yoaks 3-0-0
four oxen 30-0-0
nine cowes 38-5-0
one bull 4-0-0
two stears 9-0-0
two yearlings and one calf 7-0-0
two hefers 6-0-0
one maire 16-0-0
one hors coult 8-0-0
thre yewes, thre lambs 9-0-0
swine 10-0-0
wheat and rie 6-0-0
indian corn 5-0-0
barley 1-0-0
hay 5-0-0
a home lot att Ipswig 8-0-0
a cannow 0-15-0
a muskit 0-10-0
lamp 0-5-0
in debt owing him 50-0-0
in debts he did owe 20-0-0
total 146-10-0

The farme where he lived 160-0-0
The farme at muddy River 70-0-0

Ipswich Quarterly Court Records, Vol. 1, page 52.

Bridget Brodstreet bound 25:7:1655, to discharge legacies given in her husbands will. She signed with a mark.

Ipswich Deeds, vol. 1, leaf 209.

Thomas Rawlison acknowledged the receipt from John Palmer of Rowley in the behalfe of Bridget Broadstreete, widow, of 5li. in full saitsfaction of all agreements between the husband of the said Bridget, and Thomas Rawlison, sr., concerning themselves and their children according to agreement between Robert Lord and Thomas Rawlison, jr. at Salisbury court. Witness : Joseph Jewett, Edward Browne.
Will. Beale's order to "Mother Bradstrete" "to pay my wife that twenty shillings gs left mee by my father in his last will. " Dated 26:7:1655. Receipt of the 20s. by Mr. Jewitt, signed by Martha Beale.

Receipt of Hanah (her mark) Rofe of Ipswich, of 20li. given by legacy in her father's will, and acquittance of my : Mother Bridget Broadstret." Witness: Mathew Boyes, Sarah ( her mark) Bradstret.

Receipt of Joseph Jewett of 10li. from Bridget Bradstret on the account. of William Beale "for rent with a great some more for the use of Marbel head mill." Witness: Nehemiah Jewett, Abraham Jewett.

Acquittance of "my mother Bradstreet from all debts & demands given or left for us upon my fathers will," by William Beale and Martha his wife. Signed Aug.23, 1657. Witness:Rebecka (her mark) Bradstre and Elizabeth Boys.

Acquittance of "my mother Bradstrett," having received "in Cattle the som of Thirty pound which is the full of my wives portion." Signed 20:2:1657 by Nicholas Wallis. Witness: Joseph Jewett, John Harris, Leonard Harriman.

Rebeacha Brodstreet chose Joseph Jewett to be her guardian, and he acknowledged 29:7:1657, that he had received her portion of the estate of her father, Humphry Bradstreet, given to her in his will, from her mother Bridgett Broadstreet, executrix of the will.
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Capel St. Mary is now a village of about 3,000 population, located five miles south of Ipswich in county Suffolk.
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Notes for Bridget* HARRIS
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daughter of John HARRIS and Bridget
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Bridgett Bradstreet death Nov 1665 Ipswich Essex [ref 76]
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1 Apr 1605 baptism, Bardwell, Suffolk

Bridget is listed as "Mrs. Elizabeth Bradstreet" on one passenger list and "Brigett" on another
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Bridget Brodstreet bound 25:7:1655, to discharge legacies given in her husbands will. She signed with a mark. (Ipswich Deeds 1:209)

Thomas Rawlison acknowledged the receipt from John Palmer of Rowley in the behalfe of Bridget Broadstreete, widow, of 5 in full saitsfaction of all agreements between the husband of the said Bridget, and Thomas Rawlison, sr., concerning themselves and their children according to agreement between Robert Lord and Thomas Rawlison, jr. at Salisbury court. Witness : Joseph Jewett, Edward Browne.

Will. Beale's order to "Mother Bradstrete" "to pay my wife that twenty shillings gleft mee by my father in his last will. " Dated 26:7:1655. Receipt of the 20s. by Mr. Jewitt, signed by Martha Beale.

Receipt of Hanah (her mark) Rofe of Ipswich, of 20 given by legacy in her father's will, and acquittance of my "Mother Bridget Broadstret." Witness: Mathew Boyes, Sarah ( her mark) Bradstret.

Receipt of Joseph Jewett of 10 from Bridget Bradstret on the account of William Beale "for rent with a great some more for the use of Marbel head mill. Witness: Nehemiah Jewett, Abraham Jewett.

Acquittance of "my mother Bradstreet from all debts & demands given or left for us upon my fathers will," by William Beale and Martha his wife. Signed Aug.23, 1657. Witness: Rebecka (her mark) Bradstre and Elizabeth Boys.

Acquittance of "my mother Bradstrett," having received "in Cattle the som of Thirty pound which is the full of my wives portion." Signed 20:2:1657 by Nicholas Wallis. Witness: Joseph Jewett, John Harris, Leonard Harriman.
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