were made to the General Court for indemnity for loss of estate and position in society, and justice in some measure was done the families of the sufferers.
The heirs of Mary Bradbury
were awarded twenty pounds.
Three children were born to Wymond and Sarah Bradbury
Wymond, the youngest, born May 13, 1669, married Maria Cotton, daughter of Rev. John Cotton, Jr.
, and Joanna
(Rosseter) Cotton, who was born January 14, 1672.
Maria Cotton's mother ‘was a very amiable woman and had uncommon intellectual endowments.
Great pains were taken with her education.
She had poetic talent, was well Versed in the Latin
and other languages, and had a “good insight into the medical arts.”
’ The pains taken with her education may be accounted for by the fact that she was the daughter of a physican of liberal education.
Another of Mrs. Cotton
's daughters married a cousin of Wymond Bradbury
died at York, Me.
, April 14, 1734.
His widow married John Heard of Kittery
, where she died January 30, 1776.
Wymond and Maria Bradbury
had a family of nine children.
The oldest, Jabez, we shall refer to later.
The seventh child, Theophilus
, born July 8, 1706, married Ann Woodman
, August 4, 1730.
She was born July 23, 1708, and died July 12, 1743.
His second wife, whom we shall merely notice on account of her name, was a Judith Moody
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
, b. January 7, 1735; d. in infancy.
Wymond, b. April 5, 1737; m. Judith Moody
, b. November 13, 1739; m. Sarah Jones
, 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