Danyell Broadley
(1589-1641)
Elizabeth Sheaffe
(Abt 1601-1683)
Capt. Steuen Bradley
(1642-1702)

 

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1. Hannah Smith

Capt. Steuen Bradley 866

  • Born: 21 Aug 1642, Bingley, Yorkshire, England 730
  • Marriage (1): Hannah Smith 9 Nov 1663 in New Haven, Connecticut 730
  • Died: 20 Jun 1702, Guilford, New Haven, CT at age 59 730
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bullet  General Notes:

Appears in the judgement of the Court as brother of Daniel Bradley (see the notes on Daniel)

Noted on the Court records of Guilford as appearing with his brother Nathan in a suit. (see Nathan's notes)

Signed a codicil to a deed transfer renouncing his rights to property he was heir to in the case of his mother's death, property that had been left to his mother by her second husband, John Parmallee. p40 (see his mother Elizabeth's notes) 866

bullet  Research Notes:

Leonard Bradley: "Nathan Bradley and Stephen Bradley (two of the half brothers of William Bradley of New Haven) married. We shall see in another place set forth the history of some of the descendants of William Bradley, and of some of the descendants of Nathan Bradley and Stephen Bradley". Evidently only good intentions, for there is no mention of these Bradley's descendants in the volume, save the naming of children in William's will.

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bullet  Events

Military Service: Ensign of Dragoons raised for King Williams War, 1690, New Haven, Connecticut. 730

Military Service: as Captain of the Trainband, 1698, New Haven, Connecticut. 730


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Steuen married Hannah Smith, daughter of George Smith and Sarah, 9 Nov 1663 in New Haven, Connecticut.730 (Hannah Smith was born in 1644 in New Haven, Connecticut 730, christened 14 Dec 1645 in New Haven, Connecticut and died about 1690 730.)




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