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Alice (Bradbridge) Field (abt. 1651 - 1722)

Alice Field formerly Bradbridge aka Wyatt
Born about in Boxley, Kent, Englandmap
Daughter of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Wife of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
Wife of — married about 1706 in Virginiamap
Descendants descendants
Died at about age 71 in Virginiamap
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She was born about 1651 in Boxley, Kent, England.

Alice Bradbridge first married to Henry Wyatt (1647-1705).

Alice married secondly to Peter Field (c1645-1707). [1] [2] [3]

She died on 16 Feb 1722 in Virginia.


  1. "Old New Kent County": Some Account of the Planters, Plantations, and Places in New Kent County by Malcolm Harris & Clearfield of Baltimore, MD in 2006; p170-1; Text: "Madam Alice Wyatt following the custom of the day within perhaps a year married for her second husband, Major Peter Feild of Henrico County, and he moved into the Wyatt home."
  2. "Adventurers of Purse and Person" edited by John Frederick Dorman; v3 edition#4 by Genealogical Publishing of Baltimore, MD in 2007; Virginia 1607-1624/5; p850-860; m2: Peter Field & Alice (widow of Henry Wyatt)
  3. Gale Genealogy Connect p853
  • Virginia, U.S., Extracted Vital Records 1660-1923 image#104; citing Civil Registry Office; p86-87; Text: George Wyatt, "Coop" (cooper) lived at "Middle Plantation" as early as 1645, had in 1660 a wife Susannah; in 1671 his son and "heire", Henry of Gloucester, sold his land here to John Page (York records). Henry was born in 1647, and lived with wife Alice in New Kent County; vestryman of St.Peters in 1686. In 1705 Richard Wyatt's son Henry of New Kent was legatee of Henry W., deceased. In 1728 Henry of Prince George released a mill in New Kent (Henrico County records, Adams MSS)"


  • WikiTree profile UNKNOWN-74492 was created on 31 May 2011 by Terry Foster through the import of Foster-Volkenant.ged
  • WikiTree profiles UNKNOWN-126036 & Bradbridge-3 were created on 01 Nov 2011 by Lindsay Coleman through the import of Stough Family Tree.ged
  • WikiTree profile UNKNOWN-208891 was created on 27 Aug 2013 by Kathy Stewart through the import of Frost-Gullage.ged

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See 17 Apr 2022 comment at regarding second husband, Peter Feild.
posted by Kerry Larson
UNKNOWN-208891 and Bradbridge-3 appear to represent the same person because: dups with same spouse
posted by N Gauthier
"From the notes of Gene Rook: His brother Henry's death in 1704, he entered suit against his widow, Alice, as guardian and prochein emi of Henry Wyatt, his son, and legatee of Henry Wyatt, late of New Kent Co. Apparently the legacy in question was 800 acres in Charles City Co. shown for Alice in the 1704 Virginia Quit Rent rolls. The 1704 Quit Rent Rolls also show a Richard Wyatt of King & Queen Co. with 1843 acres. Capt. Richard Wyatt of King and Queen County, Va executed a bond in 1705,, which shows on the reverse side the words of the clerk "Capt. Richard Wyatt's bond, etc." The only Capt. Richard Wyatt in Va. in 1705, was the one in King and Queen Co. From the files of Jody Sizemore: Essex Co. Wills and Deeds 1714 1717, page 41.11 April 1712 - 486 acres in Essex Co. bounded by land of Robert and John Pleas and that of Capt. Richard Wyatt. This land being part of a patent granted to Mr. George Morris and John Long 29 Sept., 1667. It is also bordering the land of Katherine Long, now wife of Capt. Richard Wyatt, and was by deed of gift made by George Morris transferred to Thomas Pettit and Katherine Long, now the wife of Capt. Richard Wyatt. A Westmoreland County, Virginia land record included the following information: "Section 64, Various Persons, Bond and Affidavit, 1706-1719. This section consists of a bond, among other items, date 1706, of Richard Barnhouse, George Clough, and Richard Wyatt to Mrs. Alice Wyatt (as executrix of Henry Wyatt; witnessed by Richard Littlepage and Gideon Macon and bears affidavit of George Clough"
posted by Cody Wyatt
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posted by Lindsay (Stough) Tyrie

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