Mary (Sherwood) Bradford (abt. 1672 - 1752)
Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut Colony
Mar 1698 in Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut
16 Sep 1752
Montville, New London, Connecticut Colony
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Daniel Fitch married Mary Sherwood of Fairfield, Connecticut, in Fairfield in March, 1698.
 Daniel died in 1711. "His wife survived him, and married Joseph Bradford."
The widowed Mary Sherwood Fitch married Joseph Bradford in Montville.
Daniel and Mary had, all in Montville:
James , b. 18 Oct, 1703, m. Ann Denison
Lemuel, b. Jan 1704/5, m. Mary/Mercy Bigelow
Mary, b. Sept. 1707, m. Rev. James Hillhouse
Daniel, b. 20 Dec. 1709, m. Sarah Sherwood
Joseph and Mary had only one child: 
John, b May 20, 1717, m. Esther Sherwood.
Mary's second husband, Joseph Bradford, died in 1747. She, having outlived two husbands, died on September 16, 1752, in Montville.
1.0 1.1 1.2 Baker: p. 381
↑ Baker, p. 395 ↑ Barbour Collection of Connecticut Vital Records", New London, p. 46, citing Vol. 1, p. 49 in original
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