ROYAL FAMILIES Americans of Royal and Noble Ancestry, Volume One, Governor Thomas Dudley, and Descendants Through Five Generations, by Marston Watson, second edition, page 22
34. COL. DUDLEY BRADSTREET, ESQ. (Anne DUDLEY, Thomas); b. 1648 Cambridge.; m. Ann WOOD 12 Nov. 1673 Andover; d. 13 Nov. 1702 Andover, Mass. [intestate]. He was an esquire, colonel in the militia, selectman, town clerk, schoolteacher and for many years a magistrate. He opposed the witchcraft delusion. His mother's verse was: "My fifth, whose down is yet scarce gone, Is 'mongst the shrubs and bushes flown. My other three still with me. nest, Until thery're grown, the, as the rest, Or here or there they'll take their fight, As is ordained, so shall they light."
ANN WOOD; b. ca 1653 Andover, Mass. She was the daughter of Ricahrd and Ann (Priddeth) WOOD of Barbados, who m. 2nd Thomas JONES in Barbados. Their daughter Ann m. 1st Theodore PRICE 1 Aug. 1667 at Salem , son of Capt. Walter PRICE of Salem. Her daughter was Elizabeth Price and her son-in-law was Rev Thomas Barnard (Find A Grave Memorial# 8297724). he along with Col. Dudley Bradstreet were among the 23 signers of a petition to end Salem Witchcraft trials.
Children of Col. Dudley BRADSTREET, Esq. And Ann WOOD all b. Andover:
176. i. Rev. Dudley BRADSTREET, b. 27 Apr 1678; m. Mary WAINWRIGHT.
177. ii. Margaret BRADSTREET, b. 18 Feb 1679/80; m. Job TYLER
178. iii. Anne BRADSTREET; b. 5 Nov 1681; d. 12 Nov 1681 Andover, Mass.
Dudley Bradstreet (1647 - 1706)
Margaret Bradstreet Tyler (1678 - 1736)*
Old North Parish Burying Ground
Created by: Paula Towne McRonald
Record added: Jan 09, 2012
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