is living at present on Chestnut street.
Three children of Captain Bradbury died young: Judith, October 30, 1776, at Newburyport, aged five years, two months; Abigail, May 28, 1777, aged three years, eight months; Polly, October 30, 1777, aged one year, eleven months.
Mary, born at Malden, lived for some time with her brother William in Medford, and died in Newburyport, August 22, 1852.
In the will of 1800, the children mentioned are Anna Symonds, Charles, William, Polly, and Edward Bradbury.
The deed of the farm in 1819 was signed by the three sons and their wives, by Anna Symonds and her husband and Mary Bradbury, who was unmarried.
The latter properly used her legal name, Mary.
In regard to dates, differences exist in several cases between the family records and town records.
The captain's youngest child, Edward, married October 28, 1804, Abigail Hill.
He was twenty-two years of age and is recorded as then being of Roxbury.
His wife was born March 19, was baptize
ectmen's records it is found once mentioned as Miss E. & M. Bradbury's school but generally Miss E. Bradbury's. She had an account with the town for several pupils educated at the town's expense.
The during the term ending Aug 30th, 1828 awarded to Miss L——M——S—— by her Friend & Instructress E. Bradbury
For obtaining the greatest number of marks for good Behaviour in 2d Division during the term ending Aug 30th, 1828 awarded to Miss L——M——S—— by her Instructress E. Bradbury
For her unexceptionable conduct & uniform exertions to improve, is entitled to the thanks of her Friend & Instructress
E. Bradbury Medford, Sept. 12th, 1829.
This certifies that
Miss L——M——S—— has obtained every merit required during 6 days ending Aug 27 and is entitled to the unqualified approbation of her friend & Instructress E. Bradbury South Street Seminary, Medford, 1831
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