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Hannah Rogers Bradford was born 16 November 1668 in Duxbury, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States to John Rogers (1640-1732) and Elizabeth Pabodie (1647-1677) and died September 1754 in Hingham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States of unspecified causes. She married Samuel Bradford (1667-1714) 31 July 1689 in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States. Ancestors are from the United Kingdom.


Daughter of Elizabeth Pabodie (1647-1677) and John Rogers in Duxbury, Plymouth Co, RI. Born on 16 Nov 1668 in Duxbury, Plymouth Co., MA. She died in Sep 1754 in Hingham, Plymouth Co., MA.

Siblings


Offspring of John Rogers, Jr. and Elizabeth Pabodie (1647-1677)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Hannah Rogers (1668-1754) 16 November 1668 Duxbury, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States September 1754 Hingham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States Samuel Bradford (1667-1714)

Elizabeth Rogers (1673-1724)
Ruth Rogers (1675-1725)
Sarah Rogers (1677-1769)
John Rogers (1670-1696)

Biography

Hannah Rogers, eldest dau. of John Rogers, and Elizabeth Pabodie, was b. of record at Duxbury, Mass. on Nov. 16, 1668 and d. at Hingham, Mass. in Sept. 1754, Æ 86. Her mother Elizabeth Pabodie was the granddau. of John Alden, the Mayflower passenger, and his wife Priscilla Mullins.

Marriage and family

Hannah married Samuel Bradford on 31 Jul 1689 in Plymouth, Plymouth Co., MA. Samuel was born about 1667 in Plymouth, Plymouth Co., MA. He died on 11 Apr 1714 in Duxbury, Plymouth Co., MA. He was buried in Old Cemetery, Chestnut St., South Duxbury, MA.

On July 31, 1689, Hannah m. Lieut. Samuel Bradford, s. of Maj. William Bradford & Alice Richards, and gr.son of Gov. William Bradford of the Mayflower and Plymouth Colony and his 2nd wife Alice Carpenter, formerly the wife of Edward Southworth. Samuel was b. circa 1667 at Plymouth, Mass. and d. Apr. 11, 1714 at Duxbury, Mass. They had seven known children.




Children


Offspring of Samuel Bradford and Hannah Rogers (1668-1754)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Hannah Bradford (1689-1772) 14 February 1689 Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts 28 January 1772 Berkley, Bristol County, Massachusetts Nathaniel Gilbert (1682-1765)

Gershom Bradford (1691-1757)
Perez Bradford (1694-1746)
Elizabeth Bradford (1696-1777)
Jerusha Bradford (1698-1783)
Welthy Bradford (1702-1755)
Gamaliel Bradford (1704-1778)
  • Hannah Bradford (1689-1772) was born on 14 Feb 1689/1690 in Plymouth, Plymouth Co., MA. She died on 28 Jan 1772 in Berkley, Bristol Co., MA. She was buried in Gilbert Family Cemetery, Taunton, MA. Hannah married Nathaniel Gilbert on 16 Jun 1709 in Duxbury, Plymouth Co., MA. Nathaniel was born on 19 Jul 1683 in Taunton, Bristol Co., MA. He died on 17 Aug 1765 in Berkley, Bristol Co., MA. He was buried in Gilbert Family Cemetery, Taunton, MA. 7 Children.
  • Gershom Bradford
  • Perez Bradford
  • Elizabeth Bradford
  • Jerusha Bradford
  • Welthea Bradford
  • Gamaliel Bradford

Famous ancestors

Will of Hannah Bradford

The will of Hannah Bradford of Duxbury, widow, dated April 16, 1734 with codicil on June 1, 1747, was sworn to at Hingham, Mass. on Nov. 5, 1754. Her will names sons Gershom, Peres, and Gamaliel Bradford, and daus. "Hannah Gilburd, Elizabeth Whiton, Jerusha Gay and Welthean Lane." Son (in-law) Peter Lane was named executor.


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