Note for: Dora L. Tucker, 20 NOV 1864 - Index
She is said to have burned to death in her early twenties.
Note for: William Braddock, 8 MAY 1777 - 5 FEB 1860 Index
FROM HISTORICAL SOCIETY IN ST. AUGUSTINE. A TRANSCRIPTION FROM THE PARDON
DE LOS ESTRANGEROS FOR NON-SPANISH SETTLERS IN THE COLONY OF SPANISH EAST FLORIDA DURING THE SECOND SPANISH PERIOD FOR THE YEARS 1793 - 1804
INCLUSIVELY FOR PEOPLE WHO WERE NOT SUBJECTS OF THE SPANISH CROWN. ANY SUCH PERSON WHO WISHED TO OBTAIN A GRANT OF LAND WAS SUPPOSED TO REGISTER IN ST. AUGUSTINE AND GIVE THE COLONIAL GOVERNMENT INFORMATiON ABOUT HIS/HER PLACE OF ORIGIN, RELIGION, FAMILY, ETC.
ON JULY 20 1796, WIDOW LUCIA BRADICK (BRADDOCK) AN AMERICAN PROTESTANT ALONG WITH 2 SONS AND 2 DAUGHTERS. SETTLED ON ISLA AMELIA. (RECORDED IN NOTEBOOK 1)
IN MAY23, 1804, WILLIAM REGISTERED AND CLAIMED HE WAS SINGLE, BUT
REGISTERED HIS RELIGION AS CATHOLIC. HIS PLACE WAS LISTED AS UNKNOWN. (AND HIS BROTHER, JUAN DAVID BRADICK REGIS'I'ERED. PLACE WAS "MOSQUTOS")
(RECORDED IN NOTEBOOK 1)
Note for: Ann Braddock, 1780 - 6 MAR 1816 Index
Her tombstone says she was 36 years old and died in 1818.
Note for: Mary Braddock, 20 AUG 1772 - 10 JAN 1858 Index
Tombstone shows name as Ann Mary.
Note for: Hester Braddock, 1785 - Index
Camden County Will: Mrs. Hes tor CHRISTOPHER: Last Will and Testament dated Jan 13, 1824, probated June 7, 1824.
Hester Christopher’s Will
Camden County) In the name of God, Amen, I Hester Christopher of the County of Camden, State of Georgia being weak in body but Sound mind and memory, praise be to God for the same, do this Thirteenth day of January eighteen hundred and Twenty four make and publish this my last Will and Testament in manner following, that is to say—--
[???] presents that after all my just debts and burial expences[sic] have been paid, the rest of property shall be willed in the following manner———————————————
I will and bequeath to J. David Braddock in trust for Hester Braddock his daughter the following property, Lottie my house Servant a Negro Woman and her child Pam[?]. Also I give and bequeath five Silver table[?] spoons, wearing apparel, one gold ring, string beads and two trunks———
I give and bequeath to my beloved Mary Edwards one clock, one set of China, four large spoons, six tea spoons & one ladle[?], & one band box.
And after all my debts are paid, I [will that] the remaining part of my property is to be equality divided among [my] Brother William Braddock, [William] Berry[sic] and Mary Edwards [????] property that will be [William] Berry’s is in trust for his son Richard Berry, the balance of my real and personal estate that is to be divided among them, Sam. Joe, and Mary, and her four children & Mariah. Also one house and lot in the town of St. Marys being part of that [??] one. Also, I give and bequeath to them all the right to a tract of land on Amelia Island left me by my mother, and all the remainder of my estate to be divided among them equally, and Lastly I do make, constitute, and ordain William Berry sole executor of this my last will and testament——————————
[?????] testimony whereof I do hereunto [set] my hand and seal the day and year first written———————————
Signed, sealed, pronounced, )
and declared by the said )
[H]ester Christopher as her ) Esther Christopher
[l]ast will & testament )
in the presence[sic] of us who ) LS [Legal Seal]
at her request and in )
her presence hereunto set )
our names as witnesses )
to the same.—————— )
Samuel Griffin )
[Calvin] Hayes )
[????? Hubbard] )
Note for: Charlotte Bluett Christopher, 1788 - 1832 Index
Her baptismal record in 1790 shows her age as 2.
Note for: Hutto Loudner Braddock, 10 NOV 1825 - 10 OCT 1872 Index
Enlisted in Confederate Army 10/15/1861 in Jacksonville. He was dismounted(?) 6/7/1862. He was wounded in the right arm 6/15/1864 near Marietta, GA and was treated in hospitals in Georgia. Part of his right arm was amputated, and he was discharged soon afterward.