Person:Bridget Hutchinson (1)

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Bridget Hutchinson
d.bet 20 Sep 1696 and 18 Aug 1698
m. 9 Aug 1612
  1. Edward Hutchinson1613 - 1675
  2. Susanna Hutchinson1614 - 1630
  3. Richard Hutchinson1615 -
  4. Faith Hutchinson1617 -
  5. Bridget Hutchinson1618/19 - bet 1696
  6. Susanna Hutchinson1633 - Bef 1713
  • HJohn Sanfordabt 1605 - 1654
  • WBridget Hutchinson1618/19 - bet 1696
m. Abt. 1636
  1. Ann Sanford
  2. Gov. Peleg Sanford1639 - Bef 1701
  • HWilliam Phillipsest 1600 - bet 1682/83
  • WBridget Hutchinson1618/19 - bet 1696
m. Bef 1656
  1. John Phillips1656 - 1657
  2. Samuel Phillips1657/58 -
  3. William Phillips1659/60 - 1705
Facts and Events
Name[1] Bridget Hutchinson
Gender Female
Christening[1] 15 Jan 1618/19 Alford, Lincolnshire, England
Marriage Abt. 1636 to John Sanford
Marriage Bef 1656 to William Phillips
Death[2] bet 20 Sep 1696 and 18 Aug 1698 Between date of will and date of probate.
Will[2] 20 Sep 1696
Probate[2] 18 Aug 1698 Will proved.
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 William Hutchinson, in Anderson, Robert Charles; George F. Sanborn; and Melinde Lutz Sanborn. The Great Migration: Immigrants to New England, 1634-1635. (NEHGS, 1999-2011), 3:480.

    "Bridget Hutchinson, bp. Alford, Lincolnshire, 15 January 1618/9 [NEHGR 19:14]; admitted to Boston church on 28 December 1634 [BChR 19]; …"

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Moriarty, G. Andrews. President John Sanford of Portsmouth, R. I., and His Family. New England Historical and Genealogical Register. (New England Historic Genealogical Society, Jul, Oct 1949), 103:211-12.

    "… She survived her [second] husband and died either at Saco or Boston. Her will, dated 20 Sept. 1696, was proved 18 Aug, 1698 ….She disposed of a large landed estate in Maine at Cape Porpoise, Saco, and Kennebunk in Wells. She devised a large tract of unsettled land in Wells to her four children, Peleg Sanford, Samuel Phillips, William Phillips and Eliphal Stratton, and gave to her grandson, William Stratton, one thousand acres of land there, which her husband, Major Phillips, had made over to her son, Elisha Sanford. She gave her personalty to her three daughters, Eliphal Stratton and Sarah and Deborah Phillips, and left a gold ring to her granddaughter in England, 'my son Esbon Sanford's daughter'. She names other grandchildren and great grandchildren. The present town of Sanford, Maine, is built upon the land which came to her Sanford children from Major Phillips."