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 Brackett, Thomas S. and Rebecca Tufts, both Charlestown, m, 19 Apr. 1837. Bradbury, Edward, of Roxbury, and Abigail Hill of Camb. m. 28 Oct. 1804. Bradish, Ebenezer, Jr., A. B. [H. U. 1769], was adm. to Pct. ch. 1 Nov. 1773, and had here, Ebenezer, b. 8, bap. 19 Sept. 1773; Timothy Paine, b. 12, bap. 16 Apr. 1775. （Paige says the father practised law a short time in Menotomy. See Hist. Camb. 497.)1 Bradshaw, Henry, of Watertown, m. Hannah G. Cooke, 3 June, 1781. dau. of Rev. Samuel Cooke. Mrs. Hannah Gibbs Bradshaw d. 21 Jan. 1793, a. 39. He d. at Boston of apoplexy, 7 June, 1793. Had Rebecca Cooke (b. 5 Mar. 1782), adm. to the ch. 6 May, 1804, d. unm. 29 May, 1813, a. 32; Elizabeth (bap. Wat. 19 Sept. 1784), adm. to the ch. 18 Sept. 1808, and dism. to the ch. in Hadley, 6 Apr. 1824—was the ‘Miss Eliza’ who d. at Boston, 10 Mar. 1843; Anna (not named in records—bap. Wat. 29 Jan. 1786, d. unm. in Arlington 30 Nov. 1869, a. 84); Samuel Cooke—s. of Hannah G. Bradshaw—bap. Camb. N. W. Pct. 9 Dec. 1792 (had w. Eliza, d. Boston 29 Aug. 1843, a. 51; he d. at Somerville 19 Feb. 1862, a. 73).—See Brooks's Hist. Medford, 505.
1 His wife had the following experience on April 19, 1776:—
To this deposition was appended the following:—
Samuel Paine of Worcester, a tory brother of Hannah Bradish, propagated reports with regard to our Massachusetts soldiers rifling the house of Mr. Bradish, instead of the Regular troops.—Journal of each Provincial Congress, p. 214.
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