Bridge, Thomas a Congregational minister, was a native of Hackney, England. He came to America while young, and graduated at Harvard College in 1675. After visiting Europe as a merchant he became a minister. He preached in various places at different times, and then was ordained one of the pastors of the First Church in Boston, Massachusetts, May 10, 1705. He died September 26, 1715, aged fifty-eight years. He was distinguished for his piety, diligence, and modesty. See Sprague, Annals of the Amer. Pulpit, 1:163.