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|Full Name||John Woodbridge VI|
|Death Date||March 17, 1695|
|Country||England / United States|
|Born||Stanton Fitzwarren, Wiltshire, England, UK|
|Died||Newbury, Massachusetts, USA|
|Cause of Death||old age|
|Education||University of Oxford|
|Father||John Woodbridge V|
|Mother||Sarah Parker Woodbridge|
|Spouse||Mercy Dudley Woodbridge|
Sarah Woodbridge Kendige
Lucy Woodbridge Sparhawk
Lucy Woodbridge Bradstreet
Dorothy Woodbridge Fryer
Cotton Mather was an admirer of Woodbridge.
Woodbridge was the brother-in-law of Anne Bradstreet through his marriage to her sister, and when he returned to England from New England in 1647, he brought with him some of her writings without her knowledge, and had them published in London, making her the first female from the North American colonies to have her work published. He had strong feelings for Bradstreet's work, and was completely confident that the public would love her poetry. He stated that his only concern over dislike for the publication was likely to come from Bradstreet herself.
Woodbridge was the son-in-law of Thomas Dudley.
Stanton Fitzwarren, Wiltshire, England, UK - Born here, 1613. Grew up here, 1613 - 1631.
Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, UK - Attended university here, 1631 - 1634.
Newbury, Massachusetts, USA - Lived here, 1634 - 1641, and 1663 - 1696. Died here, 1696.
Andover, Massachusetts, USA - Founded this town, 1641. Lived here, 1641 - 1647.
East Cowes, Isle of Wight, UK - Visited here, 1647.
London, England, UK - Lived here, 1647 - 1663.
How Added - Through his sister-in-law Anne Bradstreet.