d July 12, 1743.
His second wife, whom we shall merely notice on account of her name, was a Judith Moody.
Theophilus Bradbury resided in Newbury, where he was a very prominent man. He died February 3, 1764, leaving five children by his first wife.
Ann, b. May 8, 1731; m. May, 1749, Samuel Greenleaf.
Jonathan, b. November 1, 1732; m. Abigail Smith.
Theophilus, b. January 7, 1735; d. in infancy.
Wymond, b. April 5, 1737; m. Judith Moody.
Theophilus, b. November 13, 1739; m. Sarah Jones.
Theophilus, the youngest child, graduated from Harvard College in 1757 at the age of eighteen, studied law, and began practice in Falmouth, Me. Among his students in Portland was Theophilus Parsons, who became the celebrated and able jurist.
Theophilus Bradbury returned to Newbury in 1779, and was a member of Congress from his native district during the Presidency of Washington.
While holding the position of judge of the Massachusetts Supreme Court, he died September 6, 1803.