Person:Mary Bridgeman (1)

Mary Bridgeman
d.Jul 1674
m. Bef 1643
  1. Sarah BridgemanAbt 1643 - 1712
  2. John Bridgman1645 - 1712
  3. Martha Bridgman1649 - 1711
  4. Mary Bridgeman1652 - 1674
  5. James Bridgeman1655 -
  6. Patience Bridgeman1656 -
  7. Hezekiah Bridgeman1658 -
m. 27 Apr 1672
Facts and Events
Name[1] Mary Bridgeman
Gender Female
Birth[2] 5 Jul 1652 Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 27 Apr 1672 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts, United Statesto Samuel Bartlett
Death[3] Jul 1674

!MISC: Mary (Bridgeman) Bartlett died in 1674. Mary Parsons, wife of Joseph, was accused by the Bartletts, father and son, and by others, of causing her death by witchcraft, but she was acquitted at Boston, in May 1675.

Died in circumstances which led to a charge of witchcraft against Mary Parsons.

  1. Baldwin,Charles Candee. Baldwin Genealogy From 1500 To 1881, Vol. II. (Cleveland,OH, 1881).
  2. Stott, Clifford L. Vital Records of Springfield, Massachusetts to 1850. (Boston, Massachusetts: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2002)
    Bk. 1, p. 8.

    Bridgman, Mary, d. James, 5 : 5m : 1652. [5 Jul 1652]

  3. Judd, Sylvester, and Lucius M. Boltwood. History of Hadley (Massachusetts): including the early history of Hatfield, South Hadley, Amherst and Granby, Massachusetts. (Springfield, MA: H.R. Huntting & Co., 1905)

    Mary Bartlett, wife of Samuel Bartlett of Northampton, died in July 1674, and her husband, her father James Bridgman, and others were suspicious that she came to her end by unnatural and unlawful means; and that Mary Parson, wife of Joseph Parsons, senior, of Northampton, had caused her death by witchcraft.