John Oxenbridge

John Oxenbridge of Boston, son of Daniel, was a Doctor of Physic.
He was born in 1606, at Daventry Co. Northampton. He matriculated at Lincoln College in Oxford,on 20 June 1623, in his 18th year. He was afterward of Magdalen Hall, and continued there a tutor. He went to Bermuda in 1634 and preached for a few years, then going home again to England. He was ejected on the act of uniformity in 1662, and left for Surinam, then Barbados. He died on 28 Dec. 1674. He had three wives:

1) Jane Butler,  d. 22 Apr. 1655

2) m. 1656, Frances, only d. of Rev. Hezekiah Woodward, vicar of Bray, in Co.
Berks, d. next yr.

3) from her will to have been named Susanna, daughter of Bathshua, wife of Richard Scott, Esq. of Jamaica, was sole executrix and had good estate by the will.  A younger daughter Theodora, m. 21 Nov. 1677, Rev. Peter Thacher of Milton.

Savage, James, 1860-1862. A genealogical dictionary of the first settlers of New England, showing three generations of those who came before May, 1692, on the basis of Farmer's Register.