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Benjamin Bradford and Sally Deal

Posted by mikegen48 on December 15, 2010

Benjamin Bradford was born during 1784 in Massachusetts. He died on 27 Sep 1877 in Ocean County, New Jersey.
Benjamin married Sally Deal about 1807 in Massachusetts. Sally was born in 1786 in Massachusetts. She died in 1846 in Ocean County, New Jersey.
They had the following children:

Benjamin Bradford was born in 1809 in Essex County, Massachusetts.
Caroline Bradford was born in 1813 in Essex County, Massachusetts. She died about 1884 in Massachusetts.
Catherine Bradford was born during 1816 in Massachusetts. She died in 1816 in Essex County, Massachusetts.
Richard Bradford was born in 1816 in Massachusetts. He died during 1869 in Essex County, Massachusetts.
Margaret Bradford was born circa 1819 in Massachusetts. She died in 1901 in Massachusetts.
Barbara Bradford was born about 1822 in Massachusetts. She died on 3 Mar 1870 in Essex County, Massachusetts.
Sally Bradford was born on 2 Apr 1826 in Massachusetts. She died in 1906 in Massachusetts.
Grace Bradford was born in 1829 in Massachusetts. She died on 18 Jun 1885 in Massachusetts.
Mildred M. Bradford was born in 1831 in Essex County, Massachusetts. She died in 1888 in Essex County, Massachusetts.
Jesse J. Bradford was born in 1834 in Essex County, Massachusetts. He died on 25 Jul 1881 in Massachusetts.
Joseph T. Bradford was born in 1834 in Essex County, Massachusetts. He died on 9 Oct 1897 in Massachusetts.

Family of William Brandon and Emily Nash

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