|Born||March 31, 1774|
|Died||April 22, 1823|
|Occupation||American newspaper publisher and first head of the Deerfield Academy|
Much of Bronson's career was spent in Philadelphia where, as a newspaper editor and publisher, he was also active in community affairs. From 1801 to 1804 he published the daily Gazette of the United States. From 1804 to 1818, he and his partner Elihu Chauncey published a semiweekly newspaper, The United States' Gazette for the Country.
Death and interment
Bronson died at the age of 49 in Philadelphia on April 22, 1823, and was buried at the cemetery of that city's Christ Episcopal Church.