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m. 31 Oct 1672
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Source: Colonial Families of the U.S., v.2, p.555-6 Note: Son of Major Nathaniel Wade of Medford
Bullard and Allied Families NATHANIEL WADE (II), son of Col. Jonathan Wade, was born in Ipswich,Massachusetts, about 1648 (he gave his age as 36, in 1684), and died inMedford, November 28, 1707, in his 60th year. (Gravestone.) He settled atMedford, Massachusetts, and married there October 31, 1672, Mercy,daughter of Governor Simon Bradstreet and his wife Ann Dudley who was thedaughter of Governor Thomas Dudley. Their descendants have the honor ofnumbering two early Massachusetts governors among their ancestors. MercyBradstreet (see Bradstreet VIII) was born about 1646, and died inMedford, October 5, 1714, in her 68th year. (Gravestone.) The children ofNathaniel and Mercy (Bradstreet) Wade, are given in the Vital Records ofMedford, Massachusetts, as follows:
I--Nathaniel, b. July 13, 1673, in Charlestown. II--MARY, b. Dec. 20, 1674. (See following.) III--Simeon (twin), b. Apr. 9, 1676. IV--Susanna (twin), b. Apr. 9, 1676. V--Mercy, b. Sept. 19, 1678, m. John Bradstreet. VI--Jonathan, b. Mar. 5, 1681. VII--Samuel, b. Dec. 31, 1683; m. Lydia Newhall. VIII--Ann, b. Oct. 7, 1685. IX--Dorothy, b. Mar. 12, 1687; m. Jonathan Willis.
Samuel (Capt) Wade Place of Burial: Birth: December 31, 1683 Medford, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States Death: December 9, 1738 (54)
Immediate Family: Son of Major Nathaniel Wade and Mercy Wade Husband of Lydia (Newhall) Wade Father of Samuel Wade; Lydia Wade; Abigail Wade; Sarah Wade; Dorothy Wade and 6 others Brother of Jonathan Wade Half brother of * Reverend Nathaniel Wade; Jonathan Wade; Anne Wade; Mercy Bradstreet; Susanna Wade; Simon Wade and Dorothy Willis
" Bradstreet Wade became the husband of Lydia Newhall, October 17, 1706, and died December 9, 1738. His son, Samuel, was born April 21, 1715; married Martha Upham, daughter of James Upham and Dorothy Wigglesworth, December 2, 1741. These were the parents of James Wade, father of Dr. James Wade of Albany (or Watervliet) and Benjamin F., Edward, Theodore, Charles, and others."