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w Cradock was put to good uses. note.—Gov. Matthew Cradock's ancestors were of Welch origin. In the first half of the fifteenth century, John (1) Cradock in. Jane, d. of Richard Needham, Esq. Their s. John (2) m.——d. of Richard Middleton or Middleboro, Esq. Their s. Richard (3) m. Alice, d. of John Dorrington. Their s. Thomas (4) m.——, and d., 1530. His s. Thomas (5) m. Emma, d. of Nicholas Meveral, Esq. Their s. Matthew (6) m. Mary Peake, and was grandfather of the governor. (See p. 1.) w Cradock was put to good uses. note.—Gov. Matthew Cradock's ancestors were of Welch origin. In the first half of the fifteenth century, John (1) Cradock in. Jane, d. of Richard Needham, Esq. Their s. John (2) m.——d. of Richard Middleton or Middleboro, Esq. Their s. Richard (3) m. Alice, d. of John Dorrington. Their s. Thomas (4) m.——, and d., 1530. His s. Thomas (5) m. Emma, d. of Nicholas Meveral, Esq. Their s. Matthew (6) m. Mary Peake, and was grandfather of the gov
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 9., Strangers in Medford, (continued from Vol. 8, no. 4). (search)
inued from Vol. 8, no. 4). Names.From. Date.Warned out.Remarks. Richardson, Stephen N.Jan. 30, 1791 Richardson, ThomasReading, Sept., 1763Nov. 30, 1763[daughter.     Mary (wife) Richey, HenryWindham, May 4, 1758And Sarah Brothers, her Agee woman. In family of Jos. Tufts, Aug. 26, 1761. Robins, DavidCambridge, May 1, 1761In family of Samuel Hall. Robbins, ThomasCambridge, Apr. 9, 1764Dec. 3, 1764Wheelwright.     Sarah (wife)Tenant of Seth Blodgett.     Nathaniel (son) Robbins, TThomasLexington, Apr. 15, 1772Farmer. Single man. In employ of Col. Royall. Robinson, EliasBorn in BostonMar. 22, 1779Child, alias Hill. Robinson, John       and wifeNov. 21, 1737 Robinson, MaryCharlestown, May, 1756Nov. 27. 1756In family of Jas. 58Sister of Joseph Sables. Sables, Mary Savals, Savels, Sables.Boston, May, 1757Sister of Joseph Sables. Safford, ThomasAug. 31, 1797 Salter, SusaBoston, Sept. 30, 1767In family of Benj. Teel, Jr. Savage, ElizabethTruro, June, 17
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 9., The Bradburys of Medford and their ancestry. (search)
manly worth, and gracefully expressed. It seems impossible that any one should have been convicted after such testimony as was offered by one hundred and eighteen of her acquaintances, in addition to that of her pastor. Her husband died March 16, 1695, and she died December 20, 1700. In his will he provided that five pounds be delivered to the selectmen in good pay, then in being of said town of Salisbury by them to be disposed to such of the poor as they judge to have most need of it. Thomas and Mary Bradbury had six sons and five daughters. Their second child, Judith, married Caleb Moody, son of William, the emigrant who settled at Newbury. She was his second wife and it is particularly interesting for us to note that the late John Ward Dean, an honored member of this society was a descendant of this Judith Bradbury. Her son Caleb Moody, Jr., m. Ruth Morse. Eleanor Moody, 5th child, m. Jas. Bridges of Andover. Moody Bridges m. Naamah or Naomi Frye. Sarah Bridges
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rms. One of 16 and two of 15 weeks each. The fall term will commence on Wednesday, the 5th of September. Medford, June 4, 1832. Albert Smith. references.—Rev. Dr. Bates, Rev. Prof. Hough, Rev. Prof. Fowler, Middlebury College; Rev. Prof. Good-rich, Yale College; Rev. Prof. Emerson, Rev. Prof. Stuart, John Adams, Esq. Andover; Hon. Samuel Hubbard, Rev. G. W. Blagden, Boston; Hon. William Reed, Rev. Mr. Cozzens, Marblehead; Rev. Dr. Hawes, Rev. T. H. Gallaudet, Rev. J. H. Linsley. Hon. Thomas day, Hartford, Conn.; Rev. Aaron Warner, Samuel Train Esq. Medford. [Bill annexed.] Galen James, Esq., to Albert Smith, Dr. To Tuition of his son Horace    One quarter commencing June 25th 1832$8.00 To 1 Bush's Questions .75. Paper .06.81       1 Lead Pencil .06. Glass broken .30.36       1 Smith's Arithmetick.50           Weekly Bills.12 1/2 ——1.79 1/2 To Tuition of his son Horace in advance    For quarter commencing October 1st 18328.0