rk, 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 Minister's Black Veil depicts a Rev. Mr. Hooper as wearing a similar covering over his face 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, and appear many times.
They appeared in the Dean lin