Bradford, Moses a Congregational minister, was born in Canterbury, Connecticut, August 6, 1765. He graduated from Dartmouth College in 1785, taught for some time, and in 1790 was ordained over the Church in Francestown, N.H., where he labored successfully for thirty-seven years. From 1830 he labored for a year or two at Colebrook, N.H., infusing life into a dead people. His son, Ebenezer G., settled there. A stroke of paralysis weakened and deranged his mind, and he removed to Montague, Massachusetts, to spend the remainder of his days with one of his sons. Here he died June 14, 1838. See Cong. Quarterly, 1864, page 175.