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Re: Anna Herrick & John Bridge
Posted by: David Bridge (ID *****4124) Date: June 23, 2008 at 09:37:11
In Reply to: Anna Herrick & John Bridge by Denise Perkins Ready of 1814

I suggest that you consult: Bridge, William Dawson, 1924. "Genealogy of the John Bridge Family in America, 1632-1924". Cambridge, Mass. John Bridge who married Anna Herrick is treated as person number 10 on pages 214-217.

John Bridge “married [first], January 4, 1730, Anna, daughter of John and Anna (Woodbury) Herrick, of Wenham, born June 3, 1710; died Dec. 14, 1730;

Anna Bridge, born Dec. 7, 1730 is the daughter of John Bridge and Anna Herrick.

The full ancestry of John Bridge maybe found in this volume.

On page 218 there is this text:
“115. ANNA BRIDGE (10. John4, Matthew3, Matthew1, John1), born Dec. 7, 1730; baptized Jan. 3, 1730-1; died in Topsfield, Apr. 2, 1821, aged 90 years; married Oct. 5, 1749, in Wenham, Mass., JOHN, son of John and Elizabeth (Day) Lampson (Lamson), of Ipswich, where he was born (baptized) June 11,1727. He died in Topsfield, Mass., Oct. 10, 1797, aged 70 years. John Lamson was a "yeoman" of Ipswich and Topsfield. "Advanced in age," he made his will. Mar. 11, 1784, and it was probated Nov. 6, 1797. His wife Anna to have the use of his west lower room, etc., and she informed the Judge that she accepted the will.”

An inventory of his estate showed the following:
Real Estate -- building and 86 acres of land in Topsfield $2150.00
Salt Marsh in Ipswich 36.00
His pew in Topsfield Church 16.00
$2202.00

Children born in Topsfield:
119. i. JOSIAH LAMSON, b. July 18, 1750. [died March 8 1826; m. Marcy Perkins]
…….ii. ANNA, bapt. in Topsfield, June 14,1752; m. (Int.) June 30, 1771, SAMUEL CLAEK, of Topsfield.
120. iii. ELIZABETH, bapt. July 7, 1754. [died March 16 1822; m. Ezra Perkins]]
121. iv. JOHN, b. Oct. 14, 1756. [died Oct. 10 1797; m. Elizabeth Rea]
122. v. ABIGAIL, bapt. Sept. 17, 1758. [died ?; m. Samuel Gould]
……vi. RUTH, bapt. Nov. 28, 1762; d. Jan. 18, 1825, unm.
……vii. SARAH, bapt. Aug. 25, 1765; d. Jan. 1, 1791; m. JOHN, 3d, son of Joseph and Elizabeth (Emerson) Gould, Jan. 8, 1778. Child:
.............DAVID GOULD, bapt. Mar. 27, 1791; d. Mar. 4, 1792.
…..viii. Lois, bapt. in Topsfield, Aug. 28, 1768; d. June 12, 1835; m. Dec. 27, 1791, ISRAEL REA of Topsfield.
……ix. EUNICE, bapt. Apr. 18,1773; m. Dec. 24,1801, JOSEPH AVERRILL, of Topsfield.

The numbers on the left, 119 thru 122, refer to the next generation accounts, see pages 225-227, et seq.

If you need more information, please contact me.

David Bridge
Alexandria, VA


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