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The Bradley Family

In 1823 mention is made of "John Bradley's Road beginning at bridge on road and running from Robert Sloat's and John D. Mead to Summit line" This is the third road crossing the line between Jefferson and the Charlotte valley part of Summit. His house was evidently that shown on the 1856 and 1866 maps of Jefferson with the name I. Bradley. Of this road John Bradley was the overseer in every year from 1810 to 1819 as Dist. No. 34 , except Norvil Hughes in '13 and in '16. He served in it in 1821 as Dist. No. 21 and in 1825 as Dist. No. 38. Isaac Bradley was its overseer in 1827 as Dist. 38.

Bradley Records from David Pickett's Bible

Isaac Bradley b. Oct. 15,1802 d. April 19, 1875
Betsey Rifenbark, his wife, b. April 1, 1807, d. Nov. 21, 1874

Ch. Mary b. March 3, 1828 d. Aug. 31, 1913
Hannah b. Jan. 31, 1830 d. Feb. 17, 1912
John b. July 15, 1832 d. 1865 substitute in Civil War,
d. of Lockjaw while in service.
Achsah b. Oct. 16, 1834, d. Jan. 29, 1884
Sarah b. Nov. 18, 1835 d. March, 1924
Eugene DeForest d. Jan. 6, 1833
Jacob b. April 29, 1837 d. May 9, 1908
Jeremiah) d. July 19, 1917
) b. April 26, 1840
Jemima ) d. June 22, 1928
Lana b. Aug. 2, 1842 d. May 15, 1917
Hiram b. July 17, 1845 d. Dec 9, 1915
William H. b. April 18, 1848 d. March 30, 1919

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