t of this Judith Bradbury.
Caleb Moody, Jr., m. Ruth Morse.
Eleanor Moody, 5th child, m. Jas. Bridges of Andover.
Moody Bridges m. Naamah or Naomi Frye.
Sarah Bridges m. John Dean.
Charles Dean m. Patience Tappan Kingsbury.
John Ward Dean.
While we are turning from the direct Bradbury line, we will notice another child of Caleb Moody and Judith Bradbury.
Their son Samuel, born January 4, 1676, was a celebrated divine, minister at York, Me., where he died November 13, 1747.
He married Hannah Sewall, daughter of John and Hannah (Fessenden) Sewall.
Samuel Moody's son, Joseph, also a minister of York, acquired notoriety from his peculiar habit of wearing a handkerchief over his face that completely covered his features.
He was known as Handkerchief Moody, and is said to have fallen into a nervous state, and his mind to have taken on a melancholy tinge, from having in early life accidentally killed an intimate friend.
Hawthorne in his story of The Minist