16561719, Aug 14
an English cleric. Braddocke was a native of Shropshire, and received his education at St. Catharine's Hall, Cambridge, where he was elected to a fellowship (B.A. 1674, M.A. 1678). On leaving the university, he became chaplain to Sir James Oxenden and to Dr. John Battely, rector of the neighbouring parish of Adisham. In 1694 he was nominated to the perpetual curacy of Folkestone, and later was presented to the vicarage of St. Stephen's. In 1707, Braddocke was made the bishop's chaplain, though he got nothing by the appointment except the title. In 1709 he was collated by Archbishop Tenison to the mastership of Eastbridge hospital in Kent.
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