September 8: Arrived Braddick in
New London from Albany.
June 1: Braddick arrived
in New London from Long
July19: Braddick arrived
in New London.
arrived in New London from Boston
June 16: I bought 1 В. В. [barrel] Tallow
of Capt Braddick for 7^d per
Ib. I paid him 145 & ordered ye [the]
produce of ye [the] Rum.
June 25: 335 [received] on Braddicks
acctt paid his Rectt [?].
August 2: In Town with Braddick & Jno
Christophers & T Harris who came from Long Island yesterday.
November 6: Braddick arrived
in New London from Long Island.
March 6: Braddick arrived
in New London from Southold.
March 10: Braddick departed
New London for Boston.
May 5: Braddick arrived in New London from
May 8: I was a helping Launch Braddicks
Sloop at Poquayaug [Poquott,
December 14: I Received of Capt Shack
maple for Capt Braddick £143 2s od?
in bills & 100 [ ]? Silver.
June 10: Braddick Come
in & brother Patty with
November 19: I came from Southold with Capt Braddick
I put 1000 of oak
boards on Board of Capt Braddick for Robert.
March 21: Jo Coit & Braddick Junr
Sayld [sailed] from New London.
May 15: Jno Braddick and Lucretia
Christophers publisht [published-announced
August 29: In the morn I went to Nathll?
to See him his wife & Child & Abigail & take Boat with Capt Braddick
for Long Island.
Thos Latham Launched his Brigg [brigantine]
about 100 Tun [tons] for Capt Braddick
& Mumford her mast Standing & Rigged.
February 20: Braddicks Sloop Sayled [sailed]
about 9 or 10 o’Clock.
December 22: I was all
day at Dea.[Deacon] Greens with Braddick
Braddick Sayled [sailed] last Tuesday.
June 8: There is a Dead man took up to day in the mill Coave near Mr
Chris Wharf, his name was George Hill a Glover by Trade about 25 year
old an old England man came last from N. York & was on Board
Braddicks Sloop monday was at
Sennet at night on Tuesd Suposed to be drownded in the night there.
April 9: News of Braddicks Sloop.
November 23: I came home & John &c in Braddicks
May 7: Jno [Henry] Braddick
a Son Babtizd John.
August 5: Mr Hallam from Boston came to Newburg per
Braddick [could be John
or his son John Henry, also a mariner].
in 20 days from West Indies brings news that Stephen is Coming home by
the Way of Boston Sayled [sailed] the
Same day they did.
News of Capt Jno Braddick being
murdered on his voyage from Madara [Madeira] by
an Indian Man & his Mate named Wittness & a boy.
died Wednsday last.
March 15: a
Negro Child of Mr John Henry
buried died last night.
Negro Woman of John Henry
February 2: An Infant
Negro the Child of Mr John Henry Braddicks
September 12, 1737: Jno Henry Braddicks
Child about [ ]? yrs old Died.
of Southold Died here ys [this]
week buried yesterday aged about 60.
date not given]: Ms Mary Cutler
Hay Ms Lucretia Christophers Braddick.
of John Henry Braddicks
4 mo old died. [Actually died at birth
and was not given a name.]
December 5: Braddicks Son buried in
ye [the] Evening.
Richard Coit & Ab.
Child of Mr John Henry]Braddicks
about 6 or 7 years old (Lucretia) was buried, died yesterday of
in New London from Barbados.
September 26: John
Crocker aged 30 odd Died towards night with the yellow fevar. He Sayled [sailed]
out with Capt Jno Henry Braddick
last winter & was taken near Jamaica, after a great deal of
dificulty got home about 2 months ago & Sick ever Since.
wife of Capt John Henry
very Sundenly being as well as usual in the morning & taken with a
great pain above one of her Eyes and Instantly complained that Death
hath Seized her & Spoke but little & very proper to the ocasión
in a few minnits was Speechless…
Yesterday in the afternoon Ms Lucretia
night att Capt John Henry Bradicks wth
the Civil authority Selectmen &c Choosing Taverners & Jurymen. [Apparently,
John Henry Braddick’s house was a meeting place for the town governing
negro Child of Capt John Henry Braddicks
December 7: I went into Town with Thos fanning of Norwich to take
Capt John Henry Braddicks
December 9: The Govr Dept Govr Colin Bulkley & Colin Hunting &
Colin Saltonstall the Counsel are Sitting att John
Henry Braddicks on the Spanish
affair. [In the incident referred to as “the
Spanish affair,” a harbor pilot tried to wreck a Spanish vessel on the
rocks while escorting her into New London’s harbor. The purpose for
the attempt was to be able to claim the vessels cargo under salvage laws
that existed then.]
January 12: Capt John
Henry Braddock Died wth the
galluping Consumption Some Call itt. Sick but a few weeks aged 50 odd.
January 14: I went to the funeral of John Henry
December 2: Jno Bradick [son of John Henry]
& Pegee [Peggy] Douglass published [engagement
Negro Child of Natt Coits wive’s—buryed. it was Capt John
September 30: Henry Braddick
[son of John Henry] buryed Sunday
January 6: I went to John Braddicks where
the Civil authority Selectmen Grand jurymen & Constables &c were
met to attend the work of the day.
April 29: I was in Town att a Special Court held att Braddicks
by Justice Richd Lord of Lyme & Justice Simeon Miner of
Stonington to Discharge John Shaw of N London from the Goal he being a
Listed Soldier & put in for Debt,
February 15: I was in Town at Braddicks with the Civil authority &c
most of the day to Advise about Bad Husbands &c.
February 23: in the afternoon I Rid into Town to Braddicks where Justice
Coit & adams & all the Selectmen were assembled to advertise
& admonish a Dozn of our Inhabitants Complained of for Idleness
& bad Husbandry &c.
August 26: I went up to Braddicks
Lot to agree upon the Damage Done by my
oxen this aftern in his Corn .