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Bradstreet Baronets, of Castilla (1759)
... Sir Simon Bradstreet, 1st Baronet (1693–1762) Sir Simon Bradstreet, 2nd Baronet (1728–1773) Sir Samuel Bradstreet, 3rd Baronet (died 1791) Sir Simon Bradstreet, 4th Baronet (1772–1853) Sir John Valentine ...
Bradstreet
... Bradstreet may refer to a number of individuals with this surname or whose names involve this one Anne Bradstreet, early American writer of Puritan prose and poetry Jeff ... Davids, Pennsylvania Dun Bradstreet, a company providing business information and known for its Data Universal Numbering System Inspector Bradstreet, a fictional police ...
Samuel Bradstreet
... Sir Samuel Bradstreet, 3rd Baronet (October 1738 – 2 May 1791) was an Irish politician, barrister and judge ... He was the second son of Sir Simon Bradstreet, 1st Baronet of Kilmainham, Dublin and his wife Ellen Bradstreet, daughter of his uncle Samuel Bradstreet of County KIlkenny. ... In 1773, Bradstreet succeeded his older brother Simon as baronet ...
Bad Planet - Publication History
... Jane befriended comic book artist Tim Bradstreet while making the promotional posters for the Punisher film and pitched the idea to him ... Bradstreet suggested he approach Bradstreet's long-time friend, Eisner Award-nominated Steve Niles with the Bad Planet concept ... Concerned about the interior artwork in the comic, Jane again asked Bradstreet for advice ...
Simon Bradstreet - Massachusetts Bay Colony
... After a brief stay in Boston, Bradstreet made his first residence in Newtowne (later renamed Cambridge), near the Dudleys in what is now Harvard Square ... — Anne Bradstreet Bradstreet was heavily involved in colonial politics ... When the council met for the first time in Boston, Bradstreet was selected to serve as colonial secretary, a post he would hold until 1644 ...

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    —Anne Bradstreet (c. 1612–1672)