Person:William Bradford (36)

m. 14 Aug 1623
  1. William Bradford, Jr.1624 - 1703
  2. Mercy Bradfordbtw 1627 and 1630 - 1657
  3. Joseph BradfordBET 1627 AND 1630 - 1715
m. bef 1650
  1. Major John Bradford1652/53 - 1736
  2. William Bradford1654/55 - 1687
  3. Thomas Bradford1657 - 1731
  4. Mercy Bradford1660 - 1720
  5. Alice Bradford1661 - 1745
  6. Hannah Bradford1662 - 1738
  7. Melatiah Bradford1664 - aft 1739
  8. Samuel Bradford1667 - 1714
  9. Mary BradfordAbt 1668 - 1720
  10. Sarah Bradford1671 - 1705
  11. Joseph Bradfordabt 1675 - 1715
  • HWilliam Bradford, Jr.1624 - 1703
  • WSarah Unknownest 1633 -
m. abt 1673
  1. Joseph Bradford1675 - 1747/48
  • HWilliam Bradford, Jr.1624 - 1703
  • WMary Wood1637-1645 - 1714/15
m. aft 07 Mar 1675/76
  1. Israel Bradford1678 - 1760
  2. David BradfordAbt 1682 - 1729/30
  3. Ephriam Bradford1690 - 1746
  4. Hezekiah Bradford1692 - 1761
Facts and Events
Name William Bradford, Jr.
Gender Male
Birth[1] 17 Jun 1624 Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage bef 1650 to Alice Richards
Marriage abt 1673 to Sarah Unknown
Military? 19 Dec 1675 South Kingstown, Washington, Rhode Island, United StatesGreat Swamp Fight
Marriage aft 07 Mar 1675/76 to Mary Wood
Death[1] 20 Feb 1703 Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Ancestral File Number 4LBD-PN
Burial[4] Burial Hill, Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States


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Major William Bradford (16 June 1624 – 20 February 1703) was the son of Governor William Bradford and his second wife, Alice Carpenter Southworth. Born four years after the Pilgrims arrival in 1620, William was his father's second child, but the first born in the new world, as his older half-brother John Bradford had been left behind in Leiden, Netherlands. He later served as the deputy governor of Plymouth Colony under Governor Josiah Winslow. He was the commander of the military forces of Plymouth Colony during the King Philip's War, during which his eye was wounded in the notable Great Swamp Fight.

Maj. Bradford was married three time (1st: Alice Richards; 2nd: Sarah Griswold; 3rd: Mary Fitch) and had at least fourteen children from the three marriages. He is buried in the Burial Hill Cemetery in Plymouth, Massachusetts.

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References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Savage, James. A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England: Showing Three Generations of Those Who Came Before May, 1692, on the Basis of Farmer's Register. (Boston: Little, Brown, and Co, 1860-1862), 1:231-232.

    "Reported 1657, assist. 1658, was wounded in the great Narraganset fight, 19 Dec. 1675, and carr. the ball in his body to the end of life; was dep.-gov. of the Col. from 1682 till arr. of new chart. exc. when one of Sir E. Andros's counc. 1687 and 8; d. 20 Feb. 1704; by first w. Alice, d. of Thomas Richards of Weymouth, wh. d. 12 Dec. 1671, had John, b. 20 Feb. 1653, wh. m. 5 Feb. 1674, Mercy, d. of Joseph Warren, and d. 8 Dec. 1763; his w. outliv. him 12 yrs.; William, 11, bapt. 25 Mar. 1655, wh. m. 1679, Rebecca, d. of Benjamin Bartlett, and d. 1687; Thomas, wh. was of Norwich, had part of est. of his uncle John, with wh. he had liv. perhaps m. Hannah, d. of Rev. James Fitch, and d. 1708; Alice, wh. m. first, 27 Mar. 1680, Rev. William Adams of Dedham, as his sec. w. and next, was sec. w. of Hon. James Fitch of Norwich; Hannah m. 28 Nov. 1682, Joshua Ripley of Hingham, wh. rem. to Windham, Conn. after hav. two ch.; Mercy, bapt. 2 Sept. 1660 at Boston ch. wh. m. 16 Sept. 1680, Samuel Steele of Hartford; Meletiah, wh. m. John Steele of Norwich; Samuel, b. 1668, m. Hannah Rogers, and d. 1714; Mary m. William Hunt; and Sarah m. Kenelm Baker. By sec. w. wid. Wiswall, of wh. the former h.╒s name is not seen, he had only Joseph, wh. d. 17 Jan. 1747, at New London. By third w. Mary, wid. of Rev. John Holmes of Duxbury, d. of John Wood, or Atwood, of Plymouth, he had Israel, wh. m. Sarah, d. of Benjamin Bartlett, jr.; Ephraim, m. 13 Feb. 1710, Elizabeth Bartlett; David, wh. m. 1714, Elizabeth Finney, and d. 1730; and Hezekiah, wh. m. Mary Chandler; the last four liv. at Kingston. Shurtleff, ut sup. His s. Samuel, beside four ds. had three s. Gershom of Kingston; Perez, H. C. 1713, a counsel. of Mass.; and Gamaliel, also a counsel. whose s. Gamaliel, a col. in the army of the Revo. d. 1806, f. of the late Alden, H. C. 1786, Secr. of Mass. wh. d. 1843. Alden, Coll. of Epit. III. 246, 7. Fourteen of this name had been, in 1834, gr. at Harv. and seventeen at other coll. of N. E."

  2.   Hall, Ruth Gardiner, and Bradford Family Compact. Descendants of Governor William Bradford: Through the First Seven Generations. (1951), p4.
  3.   William Bradford (Plymouth soldier), in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia. (Online: Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.).
  4. Maj William Bradford, Jr, in Find A Grave.