Pane-Joyce Genealogy

Family of Elizabeth Brewster (3854) & Peter Bradley

11265. Elizabeth Bradley. Born on 16 Mar 1654/5 in New London, CT.131 Elizabeth died bef 17 Jun 1700.131

Children of Thomas and Elizabeth (Bradcley) Dimon, born at New London:
    i. Elizabeth Dimon, b. 14 Aug 1672, m. Robert Lattimore;
    ii. Thomas Dimon, b. 22 Jul 1675;
    iii. Moses Dimon, b. 14 may 1677;
    iv. Ruth Dimon, b. 22 Sep 1680, m. Benajmin Shapleigh; and
    v. John Dimon, b. 25 Jul 1686, d. 1687.64

On 22 Sep 1670 when Elizabeth was 15, she married Thomas Dimon, son of Thomas Dimon (-bef 19 Oct 1658) & Mary [Dimon], in New London, CT.131 Born ca 1642.64 Thomas died in 1687 in New London, CT.64 Occupation: mariner.

Thomas Dimon, or Dymond, from Fairfield.

11266. Hannah Bradley. Born on 17 Sep 1656 in New London, CT.131 At the age of 17, Hannah was baptized on 24 Apr 1674.131 Hannah died aft 3 Sep 1725.131

aft aug 1674 Hannah married Andrew Lester, son of Andrew Lester (say 1615-7 Jan 1669/70) & Barbara [Lester] (-2 Feb 1653/4).131 Born on 26 Dec 1644 in Gloucester, MA. Andrew died in Groton, CT, on 3 Aug 1708; he was 63.

Their children include:
25872 i. Jonathan Lester (19 Jan 1677/8-4 Mar 1711/2)
25873 ii. Samuel Lester (24 Apr 1681-17 Jan 1750/1)

11267. Peter Bradley. Born on 7 Sep 1658 in New London, CT.131 Peter died in New London, CT, on 25 Aug 1687; he was 28.131

On 9 May 1678 when Peter was 19, he married Mary Christophers, daughter of Christopher Christophers (ca 1631-23 Jul 1687) & Mary Berry (-13 Jul 1676), in New London, CT.131 Born ca 1657. Mary died on 4 Jul 1724 in Saybrook, CT.

11268. Lucretia Bradley. Born on 16 Aug 1661 in New London, CT.131 At the age of 8, Lucretia was baptized on 12 Feb 1670.131 Lucretia died in New London, CT, on 7 Jan 1691; she was 29.131

On 26 Jan 1681 when Lucretia was 19, she married Richard Christophers, son of Christopher Christophers (ca 1631-23 Jul 1687) & Mary Berry (-13 Jul 1676), in New London, CT.131 Born on 13 Jul 1662 in Cherston Ferres, Devonshire.168 Richard died in New London, CT, on 9 Jun 1726; he was 63.168

“In association with John Pickett, Richard Christophers was a merchant, trading between New London, Barbadoes and other West Indian ports. He served as town clerk of New London from 1701 to 1706; as an assistant to the Governor, 1699, 1703 and 1722; Commissioner for the County of New London to the General Assembly, 1690-1697; Commissary of the Court of New London, 1690-1693; Justice of the Peace, 1701-1702; Deputy to the General Assembly representing New London, 1691 and 1693; Judge of the County Court of New London, 1709-1716, 1720, 1721; Judge of the Superior Court of the Connecticut Colony, 1711-1721, and was a member of the Court of Governor and Council.”131

Their children include:
25874 i. Christopher Christophers (2 Dec 1682-4 Feb 1728/9)
25875 ii. Richard Christophers (10 Dec 1685-16 Jan 1735/6)
25876 iii. Peter Christophers (18 Jul 1687-2 Oct 1709)
25877 iv. John Christophers (15 Mar 1689/90-ca 1716/7)


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