d.bet. 1 Dec 1633 and 1645
Facts and Events
- Anderson, Robert Charles. The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995).
- The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society), 112:117.
- She was 52 at time of death
Ann Bradford, ABT. 1589 - BEF. 1639 American Families; Landed Gentry; pages 2972 and 2973; "WILBUR ... SAMUEL WILDBORE .. He married first, in England, Ann, daughter of Thomas Bradford, of Doncaster, Yorkshire, and by her had issue, " "Her first marriage was to - Smith (see Torrey, p 814). Her maiden is given as BRADFORD in: History of Swansea, MA; p 185 & SAVAGE; p 544 Family group sheets from Jean L. WilberAccording to Sam Behling she was the daughter of Richard Smith, (but according to many differnt sources Richard Smith was her first husband and Thomas Bradford was her father.
Dorothy (Wilbor) Wilber b: ABT 1620 in Doncaster, Yorkshire, England
Samuel (Wilbor) Wilber b: 10 Apr 1622 in Sible Hedingham, Colchester, Essex, England
Arthur (Wilbor) Wilber b: 28 Dec 1623 in Sible Hedingham, Colchester, Essex, England
William (Wilbor) Wilber b: 27 Aug 1626 in Sible Hedingham, Colchester, Essex, England
Joseph (Wilbor) Wilber b: 28 Feb 1629 in Braintree, Essex Co, England
William (Wilbor) Wilber b: 21 May 1630 in Little Compton, Newport Co, RI
Shadrach (Wilbor) Wilber b: 6 Sep 1632 in Braintree, Essex Co, England
Sarah (Wilbor) Wilber b: ABT 1633 in Taunton,Bristol Co.,MA
Marriage 2 Richard Smith b: in Sible Hedingham, Essex, England