William Bradford

1589–1657

William Bradford was one of the early Pilgrim Fathers. Born in England in 1590, he became in 1621 Governor of Plymouth Colony, and continued to hold that office for about thirty years. He died in 1657.

Adapted from The Dictionary of Biography by Charles Morris


Key events during the life of William Bradford:


Year
Event
1590
Birth of William Bradford
1621
Became Governor of Plymouth Colony.
1657
Death of William Bradford.

Other Resources


Story Links
Book Links
Meeting in Secret  in  Stories of the Pilgrims  by  Margaret B. Pumphrey


Image Links


There was joy at setting foot on land once more
 in Massasoit
A Puritan Christmas
A Puritan Christmas
 in Back Matter


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