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This page collects information about people with surname Sprague who were known or believed to have lived in Bristol County, Massachusetts.

Notable Individuals

Notable Landmarks

1629 Sprague House in Duxbury

Gamaliel Bradford House

Gamaliel Bradford House - In 1807, Capt Gamaliel Bradford, son of Col. Gamaliel Bradford and Sarah Sprague (1731-1788) built his home in Duxbury MA. The house is locally distinctive for its brick side walls and monitor section above the hip roof. The house was home to Rev. Josiah More later in the 19th century. The house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.

External Links

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See Also


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Familypedia people with surname Sprague in Bristol County, Massachusetts


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Born in Bristol County, Massachusetts

 Birth placeBirth dateFatherMotherJoined with-g1
Elizabeth Sprague (1674-1731)Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts1674John Sprague (1638-1683)Elizabeth Holbrook (1624-1699)Benjamin Wilson (1670-1750)

Baptised in Bristol County, Massachusetts

Married in Bristol County, Massachusetts

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Died in Bristol County, Massachusetts

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 Death dateDeath placeBirth placeFatherMotherJoined with
Elizabeth Sprague (1674-1731)10 July 1731Rehoboth, Bristol County, MassachusettsRehoboth, Bristol County, MassachusettsJohn Sprague (1638-1683)Elizabeth Holbrook (1624-1699)Benjamin Wilson (1670-1750)

Buried in Bristol County, Massachusetts

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