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King Caesar House
King Caesar House - the family home, was a Federal style house, completed in 1809, and built for Ezra Weston (1772-1842) and his wife, Jerusha Bradford Weston (1770–1833). Located at 120 King Caesar Road, Duxbury, Massachusetts. It is operated today as a non-profit museum by the Duxbury Rural and Historical Society.
From the King Caesar House, Ezra Weston II directed the affairs of his fleet and presided over a ten acre shipyard, a farm, a ropewalk, a sailcloth mill, and a large work force of sailors, carpenters and laborers.
Marriage and Family
Jerusha Bradford Weston
Daughter of Gamaliel Bradford (1731-1807), commanding officer of the14th Massachusetts Regiment in the Revolutionary War. His regiment would see action at the Battle of Saratoga and the Battle of Monmouth.
Wife of Duxbury leading resident and master shipbuilder, Ezra Weston (1772-1842). Together they build the mansion house known today as King Caesar House in Duxbury, Massachusetts where she raised her family.
|Offspring of Col. Gamaliel Bradford II and Sarah Alden (1731-1788)|
|Perez Bradford (1758-1802)|| |
|Sophia Bradford (1761-1855)|| |
|Gamaliel Bradford (1763-1824)||4 November 1763 Duxbury, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States||7 March 1824 Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States|| Elizabeth Hickling (1767-1817)|
|Alden Bradford (1765-1843)|| |
|Sarah Bradford (1768-1840)|| |
|Jerusha Bradford (1770-1833)||3 January 1770 Duxbury, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States||11 October 1833 Duxbury, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States|| Ezra Weston (1772-1842)|
|Daniel Bradford (1771-1838)|| |
|Gershom Bradford (1774-1844)|
- Ezra Weston at Find A Grave #54927527
- King Caesar House - Wikipedia
- Tour Historic Duxbury MA - Notable Families of Duxbury
- History of the Town of Duxbury MA - Free on Google Books
- Alden Family Kindred Society