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1. Orphaned both from parents and grandparents, he and older sister Alice were raised by their uncle Robert Bradford. 2. William Bradford returned to Amsterdam temporarily in 1613, to marry his 16 year old bride, Dorothy May. 3. William Bradford predicted to his friends and family that he would die, and he did the next day, May 9, 1657, at the age of 68.
2. William Bradford was the head of the government of Plymouth. He oversaw the courts, the colony’s finances, corresponded with investors and neighbors, formulated policy with regards to foreigners, Indians, and law, and so had a very active role in the running of the entire Colony.
3. The Mayflower was anchored off Provincetown Harbor at the tip of Cape Cod, and while many of the

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