Husband: Captain Nathan Brigham
Wife: Mehitable Gould
Captain Nathan Brigham:
Captain Nathan Brigham settled on a part of the Thomas homestead, his house being a garrison house in Queen Anne's War. He was a weaver. He inherited the town-right of his father and drew shares of the public land in this right. He held town offices and was 7 years a selectman and for the last time in 1738; was representative in 1726 and'30. April 5, 1733, he made his will, giving his son Thomas 100 acres where he then resided, a house, 6 acres of meadow in Marlborough and 70 acres in Sutton; also a 16 acre town-right, originally John Rediet Jr.'s. His wife, Mehitable, received 20 pounds for a mourning suit, and Ephraim,who had the homestead, was to support her and pay her funeral expenses. March 26, 1746-7, the heirs signed an agreement dividing his estate.
Married: after 1733
Revised: March 22, 2013
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