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  1. William Bradford: Plymouth's Faithful Pilgrim by Gary D. Schmidt, 1998-11
  2. Of Plymouth Plantation (Dover Value Editions) by William Bradford, 2006-12-01
  3. Plymouth Plantation 1620 - 1647 by William Bradford, 1981-02-01
  4. Governor William Bradford, And His Son, Major William Bradford (1900) by James Shepard, 2010-05-22
  5. Can Do! The Story Of The Seabees by William Bradford Huie, 2008-06-13
  6. William Bradford and Plymouth : A Colony Grows by Susan Whitehurst, 2002
  7. The Mayflower Secret: William Bradford (Trailblazer Books #26) by Dave Jackson, Neta Jackson, 1998-05-01
  8. The Execution of Private Slovik by William Bradford Huie, 2004-10-01
  9. William Bradford: Pilgrim Boy by Bradford Smith, 2003-06-01
  10. Street Level: Mark Bradford, William Cordova & Robin Rhode by Trevor Schoonmaker, 2007-01-01
  11. Governor William Bradford'S Letter Book by William Bradford, 2010-01-10
  12. William Bradford's Books: Of Plimmoth Plantation and the Printed Word by Douglas Anderson, 2002-12-16
  13. Bradford's History "of Plimoth Plantation" From the Original Manuscript, With a Report of the Proceedings Incident to the Return of the Manuscript to Massachusetts [the Bradford History] by William Bradford, 1898-01-01
  14. Bradford's History Of Plimoth Plantation from the Original Manuscript by William] [Bradford, 1898

1. William Bradford
Biography and background information.Category Arts Literature American Early Bradford, William......William Bradford. ()( m2. Elizabeth (-).3) William Bradford, bur. Austerfield,York, England 10 January 1595/6; m. bef. 1552, (- m2.
William Bradford
BAPTIZED: 19 March 1589/90, Austerfield, York, England, son of William and Alice (Hanson) Bradford
DIED: 9 May 1657, Plymouth MARRIED:
  • Dorothy May, 10 December 1613, Amsterdam, Holland, probably daughter of Henry May
  • Alice (Carpenter) Southworth, 14 August 1623, Plymouth, daughter of Alexander Carpenter, widow of Edward Southworth.
CHILDREN by DOROTHY: NAME BIRTH DEATH MARRIAGE John c1618, Leyden, Holland bef. 21 Sept. 1676, Norwich, CT Martha Bourne, bef 1650 CHILDREN by ALICE: NAME BIRTH DEATH MARRIAGE William 17 June 1624, Plymouth 20 February 1703/4, Plymouth 1: Alice Richards, aft. 23 April 1650 2: name unknown 3: Mary (Wood) Holmes, c1676 Mercy bef 22 May 1627, Plymouth bef 9 May 1657 Benjamin Vermayes, 21 December 1648, Plymouth Joseph c1630, Plymouth 10 July 1715, Plymouth Jael Hobart, 25 May 1664, Hingham
(6) Robert? Bradfourth, b. c1435, taxed 1522, d. prob. 1523. (5) Peter Bradfourth, of Bentley, Arksey, York, England; b. c1460, d. 1542/3; married at least twice, names unknown. (4) Robert Bradfourth, of Wellingley, Tickhill, York, England; b. c1487; d. 1552 or 1553; m1. (-)(-); m2. Elizabeth (-)

2. William Bradford
WILLIAM BRADFORD by Dorothy Honiss Kelso. William Bradford was born in1590 in the Yorkshire farming community of Austerfield, England.
by Dorothy Honiss Kelso
William Bradford was born in 1590 in the Yorkshire farming community of Austerfield, England. In his early childhood, both parents died. The boy was shuttled among several relatives, never staying long anywhere.
Click HERE When the congregation learned that the king, James I, intended to "harry them from the land," they fled to the Netherlands.
Here, for 12 years, first in Amsterdam and then in Leiden, Bradford and the rest of the exiles lived and worshipped according to their beliefs. Click HERE Life in the old university town of Leiden was difficult. Many of the refugees, including Bradford, eked out a bare living as textile workers. The church, now led by the charismatic John Robinson, faced other problems. The Netherlands teetered on the brink of war with Catholic Spain and the Dutch government, pressured by their English ally King James, harassed the refugees. Presses printing Separatist tracts were smashed and some of the English had rocks thrown at them.
Click HERE The decision was made to locate north of the Virginia Colony "some place about Hudson’s river." There they could be loyal subjects of King James, live by English law and with English customs, but be far enough from interference in their way of worship.

3. William Bradford
William Bradford (15901657). . Of Plymouth Plantation from the Modern History Sourcebookat Fordham William Bradford's Letter Book Mourt's Relation (1622).
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"The American Sense of Puritan"
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Of Plymouth Plantation from Boise State University.
Selected Bibliography on Puritanism

Biographical Sketch from the
Cambridge History
Biographical Sketch from the

"The Puritan Divines, 1620-1720"
from the Columbia Encylopedia Works Available Online Of Plymouth Plantation Chapters 1-4, 7-9, 36 are available at this site.
Of Plymouth Plantation
from the Modern History Sourcebook at Fordham
William Bradford's Letter Book
Mourt's Relation (1622). Written from November 1620-November 1621, this narrative written by Edward Winslow and William Bradford tells the early history of Plymouth Colony. Surrender of the Patent of Plymouth Colony to the Freedman, March 2d, 1640.

4. William Bradford Web Site
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5. (Bradford William White - John Williams )
Index of Persons bradford william White John Williams 4108 individuals, 1600families from file C\GED2HTML\SHIELDS.GED (2 Nov 2002). Index of Persons.

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7. WIEM: Bradford William
bradford william (15901657), jeden z pionierów osadnictwa angielskiego w AmerycePólnocnej, kronikarz. 1620 przyplynal do Ameryki na statku napisz do nas losuj: has³a multimedia Historia powszechna, Stany Zjednoczone
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poka¿ powi±zane Bradford William (1590-1657), jeden z pionierów osadnictwa angielskiego w  Ameryce Pó³nocnej , kronikarz. 1620 przyp³yn±³ do Ameryki na statku Mayflower z pierwsz± grup± angielskich osadników. Jeden z za³o¿ycieli kolonii w Plymouth. 1621 obj±³ stanowisko gubernatora kolonii, które - z piêcioletni± przerw± - sprawowa³ do 1656 (30 razy wybierano go na to stanowisko). 1621 Bradford zawar³ traktat pokojowy z plemieniem Indian Wampanoag. Autor kroniki History of Plimouth Plantation 1620-1624 (1856), w której zawar³ opis za³o¿enia kolonii, a tak¿e panuj±cych w niej stosunków politycznych, spo³ecznych i religijnych, ubarwiony licznymi przypowie¶ciami i obrazkami z codziennego ¿ycia pionierów. zobacz wszystkie serwisy do góry Encyklopedia zosta³a opracowana na podstawie Popularnej Encyklopedii Powszechnej Wydawnictwa Fogra

8. Bradford William
bradford william William Bradford kept a letterbook, in which he wrotedown copies of all the significant letters he wrote or received.

9. Bradford William HENDERSON/Margery Mae GILL
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Husband: Bradford William HENDERSON Born: 28 JUL 1941 at: xxx Hospital, Detroit, MI Married: 30 NOV 1963 at: Chapin Meth. Church, Chapin, Michigan, USA Died: at: Father: Ernest Warrington HENDERSON Mother: Mildred Christine Bradford WICKHAM Other Spouses: Wife: Margery Mae GILL Born: 3 MAY 1941 at: St. Johns, Michigan, USA Died: at: Father: Charles Sayre GILL Mother: Freda Bell BATES Other Spouses: CHILDREN Name: Cherie Michelle HENDERSON Born: 19 AUG 1967 at: San Jose Hospital, San Jose, CA, USA Married: 14 SEP 1991 at: Dallas, Texas, USA Died: at: Spouses: David POPPE Name: Brent William HENDERSON Born: 4 MAR 1969 at: San Jose Hosp., CA, USA Married: 4 JAN 1992 at: Dallas, Texas, USA Died: at: Spouses:

10. William Bradford
William Bradford. Education on the Internet William Bradford was bornin Austerfield, England in about 1590. He joined the Separatists
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William Bradford was born in Austerfield, England in about 1590. He joined the Separatists, a Puritan religious group who were highly critical of the Anglican Church . They were followers of Robert Browne, a preacher who thought the Church of England should abolish bishops, ecclesiastical courts and other relics of Roman Catholicism such as kneeling and the use of priestly vestment and altars. The Separatists also believed that the government was too tolerant towards those who were guilty of adultery, drunkenness and breaching the Sabbath.
The Separatists, who held their church services in secret, were persecuted and several members were imprisoned for their activities. The Dutch government had a reputation for tolerance towards dissenters and in 1608 Bradford and a group of Separatists decided to emigrate to

11. William Bradford
William Bradford. Born 17 Jun 1624, Plymouth, MA. Died 20 Feb 1703, Plymouth,MA. Parents Gov. William Bradford and Alice Carpenter Southworth Bradford.
William Bradford
Born: 17 Jun 1624, Plymouth, MA Died: 20 Feb 1703, Plymouth, MA Parents: Gov. William Bradford and Alice Carpenter Southworth Bradford Sibling(s): Married: Alice Richards (Bradford) AFT 23 Apr 1650 Children: Thomas Bradford From Mayflower Families in Progress: William Bradford for Four Generations by Robert S. Wakefield, published by the General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 4th edition, 1994 William Bradford
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WILLIAM BRADFORD. Puritan of Plymouth. William Bradford, born in 1590,was the only son of a yeoman family (middle class farmers) in
WILLIAM BRADFORD Puritan of Plymouth William Bradford, born in 1590, was the only son of a yeoman family (middle class farmers) in Austerfield, England, but his parents died while he was still quite young. A sickly boy, he learned to read and loved learning. At age sixteen, he heard a controversial preacher teach the "Puritan Principles" of personal holiness and separation of church and state. Defying his uncles, who forbade him to associate with these "Separatists," William began attending a Puritan congregation at Scrooby, where he met Elder William Brewster, who became the father and mentor William had never had. King James I made life difficult for these "reformers." When Brewster and others were arrested and fined for being "disobedient in religion," the Scrooby congregation moved to Leyden, Holland, which promised political and religious freedom. In Leyden, Bradford took advantage of the university library to complete his self-education. At twenty-three, already a respected member of the congregation, he married sixteen-year-old Dorothy May; two years later they had a son, John. But the Puritans were first and foremost Englishmen, and readily left Holland when the opportunity came to establish an English colony in the New World. Sponsored by the Merchant Adventurers—a group of profit-hungry businessmen—the Puritans sailed for their "Promised Land" in September 1620 in an overcrowded ship called the

14. From Revolution To Reconstruction: Outlines: Outline Of American Literature: Ear
Includes brief biographical sketch of bradford, partial etext of his "Of Plymouth Plantation."Category Arts Literature American Early bradford, william...... An Outline of American Literature. by Kathryn VanSpanckeren. Early Americanand Colonial Period to 1776 william bradford (15901657). *** Index ***.
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An Outline of American Literature
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Early American and Colonial Period to 1776: William Bradford (1590-1657)
Index William Bradford was elected governor of Plymouth in the Massachusetts Bay Colony shortly after the Separatists landed. He was a deeply pious, self-educated man who had learned several languages, including Hebrew, in order to "see with his own eyes the ancient oracles of God in their native beauty." His participation in the migration to Holland and the Mayflower voyage to Plymouth, and his duties as governor, made him ideally suited to be the first historian of his colony. His history, Of Plymouth Plantation (1651), is a clear and compelling account of the colony's beginning. His description of the first view of America is justly famous: Being thus passed the vast ocean, and a sea of troubles...they had now no friends to welcome them nor inns to entertain or refresh their weatherbeaten bodies; no houses or much less towns to repair to, to seek for succor...savage barbarians...were readier to fill their sides with arrows than otherwise. And for the reason it was winter, and they that know the winters of that country know them to be sharp and violent, and subject to cruel and fierce storms...all stand upon them with a weatherbeaten face, and the whole country, full of woods and thickets, represented a wild and savage hue. Bradford also recorded the first document of colonial self-governance in the English New World, the

15. Bradford_journal.html
The Governor of Plymouth's jurnal, separated by chaptersCategory Arts Literature Early bradford, william Works......bradford's History. Chapter 1 Describes bradford's views of the Reformation,and the origins of the Pilgrims church in England.
Bradford's History
The following are the chapters I have transcribed thus far. I have taken the 1908 Davis edition, and modernized the spelling as I typed it in. I have not changed the wording, just modernized the spelling. For a complete version, in book form, be sure to order Of Plymouth Plantation from the Mayflower Web Page Bookstore Chapter 1 : Describes Bradford's views of the Reformation, and the origins of the Pilgrims church in England. Chapter 2 : Describes the many difficulties the Pilgrims had in escaping England and making it into Holland. Chapter 3 : Describes how the Pilgrims settled and lived in Holland. Chapter 4 : Describes the reasons the Pilgrims left Leyden, Holland to come to America. Chapter 7 : Describes the emotional parting of the Pilgrims from their friends and church in Leyden as they head to England to board the Mayflower Chapter 8 : Describes the troubles with the Speedwell and with leaving the English coast. Chapter 9 : Describes the Mayflower 's trip at sea, arrival at Cape Cod, and a philosophical look at the conditions and circumstances the Pilgrims after arrival. Chapter 36 : (1647) This is the last chapter, which describes a pirate that came to Plymouth as well as describes the departure from Plymouth of Edward Winslow.

16. William Bradford: Governor Of Plymouth Colony
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William Bradford: Governor of Plymouth Colony
William Bradford, the second governor of Plymouth colony elected to fill the place of the deceased John Carver, was responsible for the infant colony's success through great hardships. The Pilgrims were part of a strain of Puritanism known as Separatism, which denoted the aim to completely secede from the Church of England. The Pilgrims held to a Congregational rather than a Presbyterian form of church government. Not all of the Plymouth colony were Christians, however, and some spoke of using their liberty in defiance of the Pilgrims. Unless they could be held together in unity there was little hope they would survive. The success of the Plymouth was based on covenantalism - the belief that men could form compacts or covenants in the sight of God as a basis for government without the consent of a higher authority. The church of the Pilgrims was already bound by a strict mutual covenant. But to include those outside of the church, a civil compact was drawn up - the constitution and foundation of a Christian democratic republic in the New World. The Mayflower Compact acknowledged the right of everyone who signed it to share in the making and administering of laws and the right of the majority to rule. It was the constitution of a pure democracy, the principle of Congregational church government applied to the state. This was all the law they had for several years. It worked because they chose Christians as their leaders and all understood that they were to be self-governing under the moral law of God.

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18. William Bradford Online
Dr. Donna Campbell provides a small directory devoted to locating writings by the influential Puritan.
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James II. incorporated the town under a mayor, 6 aldermen, and 26 burgesses, granted three new fairs and confirmed the old fair and market. In 1708 Anne granted four fairs to the earl of Bridgewater, and in 1886 the borough had a new charter of incorporation under a mayor, 4 aldermen and 12 councillors under the Municipal Corporations Act of 1882. Camden (Brit. p. 430) says that Brackley was formerly a famous staple for wool. It first sent members to parliament in 1547, and continued to send two representatives till disfranchised by the Reform Act of 1832. The town formerly had a considerable woollen and lace-making trade. His fame is due to a treatise on the laws and customs of England which is sufficiently described elsewhere (see ENGLISH LAW). The main part of it seems to have been compiled between 1250 and 1256; but apparently it is an unfinished work. This may be due to the fact that when he ceased to be a member of the king’s central court Bracton was ordered to surrender certain judicial records which he had been using as raw material. Even though it be unfinished his book is incomparably the best work produced by any English lawyer in the middle ages. The treatise was published in 1569 by Richard Tottel. This text was reprinted in 1640. An edition (1878—I 883) with English

20. Bradford, William, 1590–1657, Governor Of Plymouth Colony
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You've got info! Help Site Map Visit related sites from: Family Education Network Encyclopedia Bradford, William Bradford, William, , governor of Plymouth Colony, b. Austerfield, Yorkshire, England. As a young man he joined the separatist congregation at Scrooby and in 1609 emigrated with others to Holland, where, at Leiden, he acquired a wide acquaintance with theological literature. Bradford came to New England on the Mayflower in 1620 and in 1621, on the death of John Carver History of Plimoth Plantation, not published in full until 1856, forms the basis for all accounts of the Plymouth Colony. The editions of W. T. Davis (1908), W. C. Ford (1912), and Samuel Eliot Morison (1952) are the best. See also G. F. Willison, Saints and Strangers (1945); biography by B. Smith (1951). Bradford, John

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