A Duxbury Tory
It is recorded by Seth Sprague (1760-1847) in his memoirs that the town was fierce Whig and only two Tory's were found in the whole town, Gamaliel Bradford (1704-1778) (father of the Revolutionary War leader of same name) and Brig Alden, father of Major Judah Alden, and that they both recanted their Tory allegiance after the Lexington Battles.
Marriage and Family
- Abigail Bradford (1728-1768)
- Samuel Bradford (1729-1777)
- Gamaliel Bradford (1731-1807) - Commanding officer of the 14th Massachusetts Regiment in the American Revolutionary War with his son, Gamaliel Bradford (1763-1824).
- Seth Bradford (1733-1807)
- Peabody Bradford (1735-1782)
- Deborah Bradford (1738-1827)
- Hannah Bradford (1740-1790)
- Ruth Bradford (1743-1812)
- Peter Bradford (1745-1834)
- Andrew Bradford (1745-1836)
|Offspring of Samuel Bradford and Hannah Rogers (1668-1754)|
|Gershom Bradford (1691-1757)|| |
|Perez Bradford (1694-1746)|| |
|Elizabeth Bradford (1696-1777)|| |
|Jerusha Bradford (1698-1783)|| |
|Welthy Bradford (1702-1755)|| |
|Gamaliel Bradford (1704-1778)||18 May 1704 Duxbury, Plymouth County, Massachusetts||24 April 1778 Duxbury, Plymouth County, Massachusetts|| Abigail Bartlett (1703-1776)|
|Hannah Bradford (1689-1772)||14 February 1689 Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts||28 January 1772 Berkley, Bristol County, Massachusetts|| Nathaniel Gilbert (1682-1765)|
- Elizabeth (Alden) Pabodie and Descendants (1897) - by Mary Langford Taylor Alden (Author). Fascinating story of this family of Mayflower descendants that helped settle Duxbury MA and parts of New England.
- Descendant of Mayflower Pilgrims.
- Bradford in Plymouth County, Massachusetts
- Gamaliel Bradford - Disambiguation page