genealogy of Patty Rose

 

 


Genealogy of Patty Rose


Name Daniel* BRADLEY
Birth 29 Aug 1613, Bingley, Yorkshire, England
Death 13 Aug 1689, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts20,36,81
Marriage 21 May 1662, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts20,36,51,81
Spouse Mary* WILLIAMS
Birth 20 Sep 1641, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts20,36,81
Death 6 Oct 1714, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts36,81
Father John* WILLIAMS (~1600-1673)
Mother Jane, wife of John Williams* (~1605-1680)
Children:
1 M Daniel BRADLEY
Birth 14 Feb 1662/63, Bradford, Essex, Massachusetts36,76,81
Death 15 Mar 1696/97, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts36,20,51,81
Spouse Hannah DOW
Marriage 5 Jan 1686/87, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts36,51,81
2 M Joseph* BRADLEY
Birth 7 Feb 1664/65, Bradford, Essex, Massachusetts36,76,81
Death 3 Oct 1737, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts36,51
Spouse Hannah* HEATH
Marriage 14 Apr 1691, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts36,51,81
3 F Martha BRADLEY
Birth 1667, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts36,81
Spouse Ephraim GILL
Marriage 5 Jan 1686/67, Amesbury, Essex, Massachusetts36,81,83
4 F Mary BRADLEY
Birth 1 Mar 1669/70, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts36,81
Death 14 Mar 1669/70, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts36,81
5 F Mary BRADLEY
Birth 16 Apr 1671, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts36,81
Death bef 1731, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts81
Spouse Bartholomew HEATH
Marriage 23 Jan 1690/91, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts36,51,81
Spouse James HEATH
Marriage bef 1706
6 F Sarah BRADLEY
Birth 19 Aug 1673, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts36,81
Death 17 Jul 1738, Kingston, Rockingham, New Hampshire81
Spouse James BEAN
Marriage 3 Dec 1697, Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire81
7 F Hannah BRADLEY
Birth 28 May 1677, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts36,81
Spouse Joseph HEATH
Marriage 1697, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts36,81
8 M Isaac BRADLEY
Birth 25 Feb 1680, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts36,81
Spouse Elizabeth CLEMENTS
Marriage 16 May 1706, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts51,36,88
9 M Abraham BRADLEY
Birth 14 Mar 1683/84, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts36,81
Death aft 8 Jul 1764, Concord, Merrimack, New Hampshire81
Spouse Elizabeth PHILBRICK
Marriage 18 Oct 1705, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts36,81
Notes for Daniel* BRADLEY
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son of Daniel BRADLEY and Elizabeth ATKINSON
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DANlEL, Haverhill, came in the Elizabeth from London, 1630, aged 20, k. by the Ind. 13 Aug. 1689. He liv. prob. at Rowley first for sev. yrs. m. 21 May 1662, prob. Mary, d. of John Williams, had sev. ch. but we kn. not their names, births, or full partic. about his fam. [ref 20]
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DANIEL BRADLEY [or BROADLEY], of Bradford and Haverhill, m. May 21, 1662[Hv], MARY2 WILLIAMS. He deposed in 1663[Ip Ct] that he went with Joshua Bradley to George Hadlye's house. Daniel of Rw. bought house and land in Hv. adjoining the parsonage farm in May, 1664. This was prob. the Bradley homestead in Hv. He was killed by Indians, Aug. 13, 1689[Hv]. Wid. Mary d. Oct. 6, 1714[Hv]. Adm. est. gr. wid. Mary with son Joseph, Sept. 30, 1690; but there seems to have been some div, of est. Oct. 25, 1689. The Bradleys of Hv. suffered greatly, not only from the Indian raids, but also from the "throat distemper" which caused the death of so many chil. in Hv. 1735-7. Children: Daniel, Joseph, Martha, Mary, Mary, Sarah, Hannah, Isaac, Abraham. [ref 36:884]
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Daniel Bradley of Rowley and Boxford, Mass., born in England in 1615, killed in Haverhill 13 Aug., 1689. His widow was administratrix of his estate 30 Sep., 1690, valued at 215. 1. 10. He came from the Parish of Alphage Cripplegate, sailing from London, England, in the "Elizabeth" 6 Apr., 1635, at the age of twenty. He resided in Ipswich, Mass., in 1636; settled in Haverhill; was made freeman there in 1642 and assisted in building in 1648 the first rude meeting house "upon the shore of the river, on a knoll that lightly swelled from the surrounding land." Daniel's son and grandson aided in building the next two meetinghouses. In May, 1664, he bought the house and land in Haverhill adjoining the "parsonage farm." In 1682 the "parsonage farm" was leased to him for twenty-five years. Daniel was killed by the Indians on the parsonage road near the present site of the Atkinson, N. H. depot. He was the first of his family to be killed by the Indians. His children and grandchildren were many of them massacred or taken prisoner. From the beginning of the French and Indian war in 1675 for forty years, Haverhill suffered from depredations of the Indians and was constantly on the alert. For nearly seventy years every Haverhill man was a soldier. In 1680 six forts were organized with garrisons and four private houses fitted up as "houses of refuge" from the Indian raids. This was truly an age of terror. In 1690 it was suggested that the town be abandoned, but it was decided to remain and abide by the result. From June, 1689, to May, 1698, there were 561 killed, 81 wounded and 161 captured. Few families suffered more than the Bradleys from the succession of Indian raids which took place in the following years. [ref 81:33]
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Daniel Bradley, and Mary Williams, May 21, 1662 [ref 51]
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Notes for Mary* WILLIAMS
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Mary, b. 20 Sept. 1641 [ref 20]
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MARY,2 b. Sep. 20, 1641[Nb]; m. May 21, 1662[Hv], Daniel Bradley; 7 chil. Hv. rec. He was killed by Indians, Aug. 13, 1689[Hv]. She
d. Oct. 6, 1714. [ref 36:360]
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MARY2 WILLIAMS (John1) was born in Newbury, Mass., 20 Sep., 1641, and died in Haverhill, Mass., 6 Oct., 1714. She married in Haverhill 21 May, 1662, Daniel Bradley. Children of Mary2 Williams and Daniel Bradley, first two born in Rowley, now Boxford, others in Haverhill: Daniel, Joseph, Martha, Mary, Mary, Sarah, Hannah, Isaac, Abraham. [ref 81:32]
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