settled at Wicken Bonant, in the County of Essex, about the year 1560. . . . The parish of Wicken Bonant. . . is supposed to have been the birthplace of that Thomas Bradbury who, while a young man, came to the district of Maine as early as 1634, as the agent of Sir Ferdinando Gorges, and is the common ancestor of the Bradburys of t, County of Essex.
William6 of Wicken Bonant, County of Essex.
Wymond7 of the Brick House, County of Wicken Bonant.
The New England line begins with Thomas Bradbury, who was baptized at Wicken Bonant the last day of February 1610-11.
He was the second son of Wymond (the seventh in the English line) and Elizabeth Gill, a e for years, but for another reason, and also cites this case of Joseph Moody.
To revert to our line of succession we find that Wymond, the oldest child of Thomas Bradbury, the emigrant, and Mary, his wife, was born April 1, 1637.
We shall notice, also, that the names, Wymond, Judith, and Moody were favorites in this family, an