Edward Bradway

M, #1200, d. between 16 March 1693/94 and 5 April 1694
Last Edited: 25 Mar 2012

Family:

Mary (?) d. bt 8 Aug 1696 - 21 Aug 1696

Children:

Mary Bradway+ 3 b. b 1677
Susannah Bradway3 b. b 1677
Sarah Bradway3 b. 27 Sep 1677
Hannah Bradway3 b. 17 Sep 1681

Notes

  • Note*: Greenwich Friends' Records: "Edward Bradway livin in the parrish of Paull Shadwell in London transported him self with his wife Mary Bradway and two daughters Mary and Susannah and three servents that is to say William Groom, Francis Buckely and John Allen in the third month 1677 into America who all arrived in the province of West New Jersey the seventh month following. And so to the place called New Salem, were they did inhabit.
    Sarah Bradway daughter of Edward Bradway and Mary his wife was born the 27 day of the 7 mo 1677.
    Hannah Bradway daughter of the above parents was born the 17 day of the 7 mo 1681." Similar in Salem Meeting records.3
  • Immigration*: September 1677; Salem Co., New Jersey
  • Note: "1693 Dec. 6. Bradway, Edward, of Munmouth River, Salem Co., yeoman, will of. Wife Mary. Children - William, who has son Edward; Susanna, Sarah, Hannah, the last three under age; grandson John, son of Wm. Cooper, of Salem, dec'd. Real and personal estate (379 acres on Stowe Creek, called Stowe Neck, home farm of 800 acres at the mouth of Munmouth River, 500 a. occupied by son William). ... Codicil of March 16, 1693-4, mentions daughter Mary Kenton and disposes of four negro slaves. ... Proved April 14, 1694." Inventory 1694 5th d. 2d m. (April). £352.11.1.4

Citations

  1. [S432] Society of Friends, Greenwich Monthly Meeting, NJ. Births & Burials, 1677-1806. Filmed at Dept of Friends Records, 302 Arch St, Phila. FHL microfilm 20,462. Original records.
  2. [S101] Documents relating to the colonial, revolutionary and post-revolutionary history of the state of New Jersey. aka New Jersey Archives., NJA 23:55.
  3. [S432] Society of Friends, Greenwich Monthly Meeting, NJ. Births & Burials, 1677-1806. Filmed at Dept of Friends Records, 302 Arch St, Phila. FHL microfilm 20,462. Original records., Births & Burials 1677-1806, 1st page.
  4. [S101] Documents relating to the colonial, revolutionary and post-revolutionary history of the state of New Jersey. aka New Jersey Archives., 23:55.