About Mary Bradley
Mary Fenn, dau. of Benjamin Fenn and Sarah Baldwin was bapt. on Oct. 10, 1647; married 1st, on Jan.11,1674/75, with WILLIAM LEETE, son of Governor Leete. He died June,1687 and she married 2nd with CAPT. STEPHEN BRADLEY, of Guilford. Mary died June 20,1701 in Guilford, New Haven County, Conn., at age 53 years, 8 months and 10 days. Captain Bradley was a very prominent man, frequently deputy, in command of troops, and employed in public negotiations. He had six children by his first wife, but none by his second, and died June 20,1702.
On the personal authority of the late Ralph D. Smith, I state that Mary Fenn was a very leading and prominent lady in Guilford. Her one daughter by her first husband, Mary, m. 1st with Hon. James Hooker (Judge) , of Farmington and Guilford, Conn. He was son of Rev.Samuel Hooker, who was brother-in-law to Rev. Roger Newton. James died Mar. 12,1740, and his wife on Oct. 5,1752.
- Donald Lines Jacobus, "The Fenns of Milford, Conn.", The American Genealogist, Vol 24 (Apr 1948). Pg. 130.
William Richard Cutter, editor, New England families, genealogical and memorial: a record of the achievements of her people in the making of commonwealths and the founding of a nation (N.p.: Lewis historical publishing company, 1913), p. 1506.
Edward Lorenzo Leete, The Family of William Leete (N.p.: Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor, 1884), p. 11.
Birth: Oct. 10, 1647 Milford New Haven County Connecticut, USA Death: Jun. 20, 1701 Guilford New Haven County Connecticut, USA
Parents: Benjamin Fenn (1612 - 1672) Sarah Baldwin Fenn (1621 - 1663) Spouses: William Leete (1645 - 1687) Stephen Bradley (1642 - 1702) Children: Mary Leete Hooker (1672 - 1752)*
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Burial: Ancient Burying Ground Hartford Hartford County Connecticut, USA Plot: Possibly Buried here?
Maintained by: Linda Crawford Originally Created by: P Fazzini Record added: Apr 21, 2011 Find A Grave Memorial# 68715445
Mary Bradley's Timeline
October 10, 1647
Milford, New Haven
October 10, 1647
January 11, 1672
Guilford, New Haven, Connecticut
June 20, 1701
Guilford, New Haven County, Connecticut
Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut, United States