|d. 16 November 1657||Cambridge Mass||[Cambridge1 567-8]|
|d. bd 10 April 1645||Cambridge Mass|
 Justice --
|d. after 1672|
[Plumb1] mentions Justice Banbury/Bainbridge's will of 1672. [Paige 483] Had a grant of land in August 1634 and resided at the SE corner of Garden and Mason streets. His name appears in records in a variety of forms: Bambridge, Bambrigg, Bainbrick, Banbridge, Banbricke, Banbrook, and Benbricke. He was buried 10 April 1645. She was living and recieved alms from the church in 1670. No account of posterity has been found except the incidental remark in the church record that Jane the first wife of Captain Samuel Green was the `daughter of the aforesaid Justice Bainbrick'.
[Bainbridge1] indicates that GB may have been the son of Anne B (who married Henry Baynbrig); AB was the daughter of Anthony B (who was the Keeper and Ranger of Teesdale Forest 1557) and Elisabeth Lee, daughter of John Lee. AB was the sone of Henry B and the daughter of Sir Thomas Brackbury, Lieut. of the Tower of London. HB was the son of Guy B of Middleton in Teesdale, in Durham, 1513, and Anne, daughter of Ronalph Herwood.. GB was the son of John B. of Shotterton, 1516, and Margery, heiress of the Fitz Maldreds. (Etc. with a big jump back to 1269)
Dewayne E. Perry
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