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4 June 1655, had liberty to build a seat in the meetinghouse, 1678, and is supposed to have afterwards resided in Medford; Ruth, b. 3 Nov. 1657. His w. d. and he m. Martha, wid. of William Russell, 24 Mar. 1665-6. He resided in Menotomy, frequently held minor offices and acted on committees for the town, and d. 9 May 1682. His wid. m. Thomas Hall, 24 May 1683. Mary, perhaps sister to Humphrey, m. William Mitchelson, 26 Ap. 1654. Stephen, s. of John, bap. 25 July 1708. Henry, m. Hannah Gibbs Cooke, 3 June 1781. Bradstreet, Simon, was one of the original founders of Camb. He resided at the easterly corner of Brighton Street and Harvard Square. He was a prominent citizen here, as well as in other towns where he successively resided, and was one of the first board of Selectmen, or Townsmen, elected in Camb. About the time of Hooker's emigration to Hartford, he removed to Ipswich, and thence to Andover, about 1644; of which town he was a principal founder, and Selectman from it
4 June 1655, had liberty to build a seat in the meetinghouse, 1678, and is supposed to have afterwards resided in Medford; Ruth, b. 3 Nov. 1657. His w. d. and he m. Martha, wid. of William Russell, 24 Mar. 1665-6. He resided in Menotomy, frequently held minor offices and acted on committees for the town, and d. 9 May 1682. His wid. m. Thomas Hall, 24 May 1683. Mary, perhaps sister to Humphrey, m. William Mitchelson, 26 Ap. 1654. Stephen, s. of John, bap. 25 July 1708. Henry, m. Hannah Gibbs Cooke, 3 June 1781. Bradstreet, Simon, was one of the original founders of Camb. He resided at the easterly corner of Brighton Street and Harvard Square. He was a prominent citizen here, as well as in other towns where he successively resided, and was one of the first board of Selectmen, or Townsmen, elected in Camb. About the time of Hooker's emigration to Hartford, he removed to Ipswich, and thence to Andover, about 1644; of which town he was a principal founder, and Selectman from it