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Capt. David Bradlee was born on 24 Nov 1742 in Dorchester, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, North America to Samuel Bradlee (1707 - 1768) and Mary Andrus (1700 - 1798) and died on 10 Mar 1811 at 69 years old. He is buried in Central Burying Ground in Dorchester, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA. He was married by Rev. Philip Payson on 22 Mar 1764 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, North America to Sarah Watts. She was born in 1745 and died on 16 Feb 1806 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA. She was the daughter of the Honorable Judge Watts ( - ). Capt. David was a Freemason at St. Andrew's Lodge in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, North America. He was a captain in the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War. He was participated in the Boston Tea Party by dressing up like a Mohawk Indian and dumped tea off of the British ships.

Josiah Bradlee I was born on 24 Mar 1754 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA to Samuel Bradlee (1707 - 1768) and Mary Andrus (1700 - 1798) died on 2 Oct 1798in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA. He married first on 26 Nov 1802 in Medford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA to Lucy Hall. She was born on 28 Nov 1782 in Medford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, North America to Ebenezer Hall (1748 - 1831) and Martha Jones (1750 - 1835) and died on 3 Mar 1816 in Medford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA. He married second on 6 Jun 1817 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA to Joanna S. Frothingham. She was born in 1785 in Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA to Isaac Frothingham ( - ) and died on 28 Sep 1869 in Charlestown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA. Josiah was one of Boston's wealthiest shipping merchants. He was co owner of the whaling ship called "Spermo," with Alexander Starbuck ( - ), which sailed in the Pacific Ocean. He was the Founder of Josiah Bradlee & Company, a shipping firm. His real estate was valued at $40,000 at the time of his death.

Thomas Bradlee was born on 4 Dec 1744 in Dorchester, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, North America to Samuel Bradlee (1707 - 1768) and Mary Andrus (1700 - 1798) and died in Oct 1805 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA at 60 years old. He is buried in Central Burying Ground, Tomb #85. He was a Freemason at St. Andrew's Lodge in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, North America. He was a Member of the Massachusetts Charitable Mechanics Association. He participated in the Boston Tea Party by dressing up like a Mohawk Indian and dumped tea off the British ships. He married on 28 Jan 1765 to Margaret Smith. She was born in about 1745 and died on 12 Aug 1821 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA.

Sarah Bradlee was born on 24 Dec 1740 in Dorchester, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, North America to Samuel Bradlee (1707 - 1768) and Mary Andrus (1700 - 1798) and died on 9 Nov 1835 in Medford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA. She married John Fulton (1733 - 1790). The seconded time was in March 1776 at the end of the war where she volunteered to dispatch a letter from John Brooks who was the Mayor of Medford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, North America at the time to Gen. George Washington who was in the frontlines of the war in Charleston. Not only did she execute delivering letter through enemy lines, she came back through enemy lines as well. The third time was during the Siege of Boston where she and her husband helped the American troops by using their own ship to help provide them with wood and fuel. There is a play written about her entitled Sarah Bradlee Fulton, Patriot: A Colonial Drama in Three Acts.

Col. James Swan was an active member of the Daughters of Liberty and dubbed the "Mother of the Boston Tea Party." She took part in the American Revolutionary War three times. The first time was in June 1755 after the Battle of Bunker hill where she acted as a nurse and became in charge a group of woman that she organized to help the wooded soldiers after the battle.

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