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BRADFORD - 12 Individuals Found

Name / Spouse Born/Died Father / Mother Notes
John Bradford b.1618
d.1676
Father: WIlliam Bradford  
Mother:
Joseph Bradford b.1630
d.1715
Father: WIlliam Bradford  
Mother: Alice Carpenter
Mercy Bradford b.1627
d.1657
Father: WIlliam Bradford  
Mother: Alice Carpenter
Mercy Bradford, the daughter of Governor William Bradford and his second wife, Alice (Carpenter) (Southworth) Bradford, was born before May, 1627, as she is mentioned in the Division of Cattle. Her formal education was probably quite limited. She married Benjamin Vermayes (Fearmayes) in 1648. They had no children. She most probably died before May, 1657. Her parents and her husband survived her. The estimated date of her death was determined by the probate settlement records of her parents and husband.
Mercy Bradford
Spouse1: Samuel Steele
b.1660
d.
Father: William Bradford Jr  
Mother:
Peter Bradford b.1460
d.1543
Father: ? Bradfuth  
Mother:
Ralph D. Bradford b.1921
d.1971
Father:  
Mother:
Robert Bradford b.1487
d.1553
Father: Peter Bradford  
Mother:
Sandra J Bradford
Spouse1: Eddie R Todd
b.
d.
Father:  
Mother:
William Bradford b.1533
d.1596
Father: Robert Bradford  
Mother:
William Bradford
Spouse1: Alice Hanson
b.1559
d.1591
Father: William Bradford  
Mother:
came over on the MAYFLOWER
WIlliam Bradford
Spouse1: Alice Carpenter
b.1589 MAR 19 Yorkshire England
d.1657
Father: William Bradford  
Mother: Alice Hanson
governor of the Plymouth colony for 30 years, who helped shape and stabilize the political institutions of the first permanent colony in New England Williams second wife was Alice Carpenter Southworth, a widow. They were married at Plymouth Colony on August 14, 1623. Two sons, William Bradford and Joseph Bradford, and one daughter Mercy Bradford, were born to the second marriage.[1][11] Alice had married first Edward Southworth, a say-weaver of Leyden, on 28 May 1613 in Leyden. Edward was born in 1590, the son of Thomas Southworth and Jane Mynne of Wells in Somersetshire. Edward and Alice had two sons, Constant and Thomas Southworth. The Southworths and William lived in Heneage House on Dukes Place in London for about a year before the Mayflower sailed, so were probably well acquainted. Edward died by 1621, probably in Leyden, after the Mayflower sailed. Two years later Alice left to join William in the new world. He was author of The History of Plimouth Plantation (Lost diary recovered 1846) Extensive diary helped historians interpret early Plymouth history. The original was found in the Bishop of Londons library. Upon petition of the US Ambassador, the Consistory Court of the Diocese of London ordered on March 25, 1897 that the manuscript be delivered to the Ambassador for transmission to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Ambassador Bayard brought it to Boston and formally delivered it to the Governor on May 26, 1897
William Jr Bradford b.1624
d.
Father: WIlliam Bradford  
Mother: Alice Carpenter


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