Bradford William

Bradford 1

, William 1590-1657.
English colonist in America. A signer of the Mayflower Compact and a settler of Plymouth Plantation, he was elected governor for 30 one-year terms and led the colony through its difficult early years.

Bradford 2

, William 1663-1752.
English-born American colonial printer whose press produced the first American Book of Common Prayer (1710), New York City's first newspaper (1725), and numerous other items.
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With: Bradford William Anderson, Sandy Binion, Romain Fruge, Andre Ward, Sally Wilfert.
Bradford William Anderson, representing odd youth, is wildly funny in a slightly perverse song about a boy's series of dead pet dogs; as a "divertissement from God," in "Fred"; and, touchingly, as the motherless child in "When the Earth Stopped Turning."
SPRINGFIELD - Bradford William Fullerton of Springfield died Dec.
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Fullerton - Bradford William Fullerton, 58, of Springfield, died Dec.

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