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Captain James Bradley Home
Capt. James Bradley's modest brick house built before 1820 and maybe as
early as 1810, is characteristic of 18th century Federal houses. His
cemetery is located on a hill 4/10 mile NW of his house on Lovers Lane.

Captain James Bradley Marker


The cemetery of Revolutionary Soldier Capt. James Bradley is located off Hwy
25 near Dixon Springs at 24 Lovers Lane on top of hill behind the Long
residence. The hewned stone wall around the cemetery was damaged by a 5 foot
diameter tree that fell.

The following are buried in the walled enclosure.
Bradley, Capt James 19 Mar 1763 - 14 Feb 1830
Bradley, Hugh H. 10 Sept 1809 - 1 Nov 1869 (1867?)
Bradley, Martha J. 7 July 1813 - 14 June 1886
Shannon, Cornelia E. 6 Apr 1842 - 9 Aug 1871 w/o Wm.
Shanon , Mary B. 11 May 1861 - 121 Sep 1864 d/o W.R. & C.E.
Haynie, Nabella V. 28 June 1849 - 28 Oct 1877 w/o X.B.
Wright, Martha B. 28 Jan 1861 - 23 Aug 1863 d/o J.R. & N.H.

The following are buried approx 30 feet outside the enclosure in woods.
Duffy, James B. 12 Oct 1809 - 22 Aug 1855 b. Monaghan Co. Ireland)
Duffy, Elizabeth J 21 Sept 1821 - 12 July 1896
Duffy, Lt. A.G. 8 Feb 1838 - 8 Feb 1868 Wounded Battle Ft Donelson
s/o J.B. & E.J. b. Danville, Va.
Duffy, Lizzie 21 Apr 1842 - 24 Feb 1910
Duffy, Infant of J.W. & S. B & D 15 Feb 1886

The following are buried approx 75 yards north at the end of barn near fence.
Bradley, Robinson 15 Mar 1812 - 16 Aug 1883
Bradley, Charity d/o C & C 1849 - 3 June 1874

(Names and dates from Smith County Cemeteries- North of the Cumberland River Pg. 56.)


The tomb of Capt James Bradley is DAR marked.

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